Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union has announced a new virtual education series called Link, beginning Jan. 14. The series replaces and expands on Alloya Corporate FCU’s existing monthly webinar series, Connection, and intends to provide participants with “an enhanced, more engaging and more sophisticated virtual education experience.”
Each month, two complimentary hour-long sessions will be presented in a new and user-friendly virtual event platform, featuring industry experts and acclaimed speakers external to the credit union movement, according to Alloya Corporate FCU.
Topics will extend beyond traditional credit union themes to engage a wider range of interests and audience members, with digital technologies, change management, diversity, equity and inclusion and leadership among the topics slated for the first quarter of the 2021. CPE credits will be offered for each of the first-quarter sessions, and most other sessions throughout the year, according to Alloya Corporate FCU.
First up in the new series is a program titled “Technology Reigns,” which is set for 2 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 14. The program will be presented by Mark Sievewright and Guillermo Kopp, co-authors of the book, “Digital Life.” It will provide participants with specific and actionable advice to help credit unions remain relevant and competitive in a world where technology is king.
Interested participants can obtain more information and register for the “Technology Reigns” webinar on the Alloya Corporate FCU website. The first quarter lineup of 2021 Link events can also be accessed on the Alloya Corporate FCU website.