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Credit unions are looking seriously at bringing down the average age of their memberships. And there’s a big push to bring financial education to our schools. How can credit unions accomplish both?

Join Tena Lozano, executive director of the Richard Myles Johnson Foundation, to explore ways to create the next generation of financially savvy credit union members.

Who should attend?
Credit union staff or volunteers that plan, teach, or participate in youth financial education, either in the credit union or as community outreach.

Meet the presenter, Tena Lozano:
As Executive Director of the Richard Myles Johnson Foundation, Tena Lozano is responsible for administering and coordinating activities to support the foundation’s goals and objectives, providing youth financial education and continuing education for credit union leaders. The Foundation serves credit unions in California and Nevada.

Tena has more than 20 years’ experience in the credit union movement, including work in public relations at WesCorp and the California & Nevada Credit Union Leagues. She received a bachelor’s degree in communication arts from California Polytechnic University, Pomona.

 
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