Join us on Tuesday, December 12 at 1:15 PM ET!
Inclusiv Town Hall Series:
Reflections on 2023 and the Road Ahead in 2024
Inclusiv invites you to our final Town Hall call of 2024, Tuesday, December 12 at 1:15 PM ET, which will be an overview of the successes and developments of the past year, along with goals and priorities for the year ahead. Join our experts to get up-to-date and mobilized for a new year of success.
Inclusiv members, including Board members Diane Sandoval-Griego and Ed Sivak, will reflect on experiences this year with key federal programs, Capital resources, advocacy, additional climate resiliency resources and the evolving needs of their members, among other areas. We will also be looking ahead to opportunities like our larger-than-ever deposit fund, climate resiliency resources, and our 2024 Annual Conference.
With our 50th year approaching, Inclusiv looks forward to working with you to build an equitable economy for our low income communities and communities of color. Let's shake things up in 2024!
This session is part of the monthly Inclusiv Town Hall webinar series. If you are registered for this series, you'll already have access to the next Town Hall session.
Inclusiv Board of Directors | Chief of Financial Empowerment, Guadalupe CU
Diane Sandoval-Griego is the Chief of Financial Empowerment at Guadalupe Credit Union, where she has worked for 17 years. She is very passionate about identifying needs in the communities of her home state of New Mexico, which is ranked 3rd highest for poverty in the US. GCU’s reach covers seven counties in Northern New Mexico and strives to provide access to fair financial services to the unbanked and the underbanked. Diane implemented the Financial Coaching department at GCU, providing financial solutions to community members and GCU employees. She became a National Credit Union Foundation Development Education Program graduate in 2017, and was nominated as CUNA’s Credit Union Hero of the Year for 2019. Read more
Corresponding Secretary, Inclusiv Board of Directors | Executive Vice President – Policy and Communications, Hope CU
Ed Sivak is the Chief Policy and Communications Officer for Hope Credit Union (HOPE). As a member of HOPE’s executive team, Sivak leads the teams that drive the organization’s policy and advocacy agenda; and its communications with members, community partners, investors, media and other stakeholders. Since 2016, Sivak has been an active member of the Inclusiv Government Affairs Committee, and has been a presenter at several Inclusiv conferences, on topics such as Advocacy, Communications and Impact. He served as part of the leadership team in support of the recent Juntos Avanzamos designation of HOPE’s branches in Arkansas and Tennessee. Read more