Diverse, inspirational speaker lineup announced for EXCEL 19, the Annual Meeting & Convention


EXCEL 19, the New York Credit Union Association’s Annual Meeting & Convention, will again include a diverse lineup inspiring featured speakers who tell powerful stories and share insightful knowledge.

This year’s speakers include:

star3 Dr. Kevin ElkoNerves of Steel. Dr. Elko has worked with some of the biggest names in sports and business. He has consulted with various successful NFL teams, and worked with seven BCS National Championship football teams. In this session, Dr. Elko will teach attendees how to be mentally tough when times call for it, and how to stay determined and focused on the things that are truly important.

star3 Jason DorseyCrossing the Generational Divide at Work. Dorsey wrote his first bestselling book at just 18 years old. He has been featured on over 200 TV shows, including 60 Minutes, 20/20, The Today Show, and more. EXCEL 19 attendees will leave this session with specific actions that will drive key outcomes such as communication, trust, innovation, recruiting, retention and more.

star3 Brett Culp Superhero Leadership: How Everyday People can Have an Extraordinary Impact. Culp is an acclaimed filmmaker and social entrepreneur whose work has inspired audiences around the world. With his uplifting documentary film “Legends of the Knight,” Culp pioneered a ground-breaking approach to community building and relationship-driven engagement. Culp’s message impacts audiences on a personal level, motivating them to find the best within themselves and bring it to their world.

EXCEL 19 will be held June 13-16 at the Sagamore Resort on Lake George. The New York credit union movement’s premier event features a wide range of learning, motivational, networking and social events for credit union professionals and volunteers, as well as their guests. There are also numerous fundraising opportunities to benefit a variety of important causes.

To learn more and register, visit the EXCEL 19 website.

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