Employee Resource Groups

Association-Supported. Employee-Led.

The Credit Union Association of New Mexico is committed to creating new networking and educational opportunities for members through statewide employee resource groups. Check out our evolving series of affinity groups designed to help credit union professionals engage, network, and learn from each other.

CUadvocate
Dedicated to advancing advocacy efforts on both a statewide and national level
Our CUadvocate committee helps communicate how potential legislation and regulatory actions can affect NM credit unions. The group proactively advocates for initiatives that will help meet the changing needs of a credit union’s membership. To learn more about this steering committee, please email melia@cuanm.org.

CUgrow 
Dedicated to creating new educational and training opportunities
CUANM hosts several employee training opportunities each year. These education-based gatherings provide new opportunities and new revenue streams for member credit unions. To learn more about this steering committee, please email melissa@cuanm.org.

CUheroes 
Dedicated to veterans and first responders
We are in the process of creating this employee resource group. If you would like to serve on this steering committee, please email juan@cuanm.org.

CUshine 
Dedicated to supporting LGBTQ+ employees and allies
CUshine is the country’s first statewide credit union employee resource group for LGBTQ+/allies. The group’s kick-off event, Let’s CUshine!, in April 2022 welcomed 100+ attendees and was sponsored by CUNA Mutual Group. To learn more about this steering committee, please email juan@cuanm.org.

Global Women’s Leadership Network
Dedicated to supporting women from all walks of life, expertise, and professional levels
CUANM partners with the NM Sister Society to host periodic events that provide women with the opportunity and resources to make a measurable difference in the lives of each other, in the lives of credit union members, and their communities. To learn more about this steering committee, please email amy@cuanm.org.