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Political Strategist to Keynote the 2017 Oklahoma GAC
Friday, January 20, 2017 6:30 AM

Marc Nuttle

At the upcoming Oklahoma Governmental Affairs Conference, March 21-22, in Oklahoma City, political strategist and foreign trade policy expert Marc Nuttle will provide an insightful keynote address.

Oklahoma credit unions are invited to attend this annual event to discover a wealth of information about current and upcoming legislation and regulations, as well as how to play a more proactive role in the legislative future of the Oklahoma credit union movement.

Oklahoma Governmental Affairs Conference
March 21-22, 2017
Early Bird Deadline: Register by Feb. 10 to secure discounted rates.
Credit Union House of Oklahoma
631 E Hill Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
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Marc Nuttle is nationally recognized for his expertise on political strategy and public policy development. His involvement in five presidential races and assorted other campaigns has taken him to all 50 states.

Nuttle is also recognized internationally as an expert on foreign trade policy. He has advised policy makers on both the federal and state levels, and was active in the recent presidential political cycle, advising candidates on international economics, sovereign debt, and its impact on economic development, especially on small business enterprises.

He has worked in China and Ukraine on banking, the Federal Reserve, and stock exchange projects and is currently analyzing the reform measures for the World Bank, the IMF, and the Asian Pacific Bank.

Credit union members who have donated $100 or more to OCUPAC are also invited to the Century Club Dinner at 21C Hotel in downtown Oklahoma City. If you'd like to attend and haven't yet made your contribution, please download the OCUPAC donation form or email Matt Blubaugh at for more information. Credit unions may also donate online here.

If you have any questions regarding the conference, contact Brandon Walker at 469-385-6426 or