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Danielle Brown, CUDE

National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF)

Danielle Brown
13185 NW Westlawn Terrace
Portland, OR 97229

Email: danielle.brown@frontier.com
Phone: 971.295.6800

Presentations:

  • Financial Literacy: An Opportunity to Serve and Grow Your Youth Membership
  • Leveraging Financial Education & Charitable Causes in Your Community
  • Financial Literacy Made Easy with Biz Kid$
  • Credit Union History and Philosophy
  • Credit Union Social Responsibility

Speaker Fees:

  • A voluntary donation to NCUF and travel expenses.

Speaker Biography:

Danielle Brown has contracted with the National Credit Union Foundation where she serves as the Biz Kid$ Program Coordinator. She is responsible for advancing the funding, use, and integration of Biz Kid$ within the credit union movement. Most recently, Danielle served as Vice President of Member Relations for the Northwest Credit Union Association, the recently merged association of the Oregon and Washington Credit Union Leagues where she also served as the Executive Director of the Oregon Credit Union Foundation. Prior to the merger, Danielle was Senior Vice President of Operations for the Credit Union Association of Oregon.

Ms. Brown served on the Executive Committees of the National Credit Union Foundation Board of Directors and the State Credit Union Foundation Network. Danielle is a past instructor of credit union courses at Mt. Hood Community College and is one of a limited number of credit union professionals in the country and abroad to have earned the Credit Union Development Educator (CUDE) designation. She is a former board member of the Oregon Jump$tart Coalition, Credit Union Women’s Association, and Financial Women International.

Prior to her work at the association, Danielle was a Compliance Officer at Unitus Community Credit Union. She started her credit union career as Assistant Manager at Portland Onized Federal Credit Union. Danielle holds degrees in finance and management from Portland State University.