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National Young Leaders Committee

Young Leaders Spotlight: Manitoba

2015 T-Shirt and Cell Phone Wallet Orders

NYLC - 2015 T-Shirt and Cell Phone Wallet OrdersThe National Young Leaders Committee is selling “Our Heart Beats For Our Members” t-shirts and cell phone wallets for the remainder of the summer season.  Quantities are limited so be sure to order for your staff and members today!  All orders must be received by September 15 and payment must be received by September 30.  Keep in mind that all profits will go to the charity of choice for CU NextGen 2016 in Saskatoon.

T-Shirt:  $25 each (includes one free cell phone wallet)
Cell Phone Wallet:  $2.50 each or 3 for $5

Click here to download the purchase order form


CU NextGen 2015 was a success again this year with sold-out registration. Designed exclusively for young and emerging credit union leaders, participants had the opportunity to explore the best practices of leadership and the fundamental importance of leading self-first. Attendees left the workshop with a better understanding of their personal leadership strengths, their desired leadership impact and their opportunities for growth. The session included work on personal vision and values, emotional intelligence, the coach approach to leadership and the ability to build a personal leadership action plan. Participants also walked away from NextGen with their individual DiSC® assessments related to their own leadership styles and the opportunity to interface with senior system leaders during the “Human Library.”

For more information on CU NextGen 2015, check out the summary infographic and video. To stay in the loop about future events, engage with the National Young Leaders Committee on social media or via email.

CU NextGen 2015 Summary Infographic

CU NextGen 2015 Summary Infographic 

NYLC Alumni Coast to Coast

The NYLC stems from a long history of young leaders that have made a difference in the Canadian credit union system. 

We wish to celebrate our alumni by showcasing their learning through their journey from joining the NYLC to where they are at today. 

Please ensure to check out each profile to learn more about Canadian credit union leaders that have brought the NYLC to where we are today and who have set the foundation on where we are going tomorrow.
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National Young Leaders Committee

The objectives of the National Young Leaders Committee (NYLC) are: 

  • To focus on developing future leaders, meeting future talent and leadership needs of the credit union system and on realizing the vision of the credit union system becoming the number one employer for young leaders in the financial services sector in Canada.
  • Expose young and emerging leaders to broader system wide issues to increase awareness, understanding and engagement.
  • Provide a voice for young and emerging leaders on credit union issues.
  • Expand professional development, experiential learning, and networking opportunities to all young and emerging members.
  • Help the credit union system realize the benefits of developing highly skilled young and emerging leaders.

Our Vision

Strengthening the Credit Union System by Bridging Generations of Leadership

The National Young Leaders Committee is a bridge between today’s young leaders and the leadership roles that will play a crucial role in the success of Canada’s credit union system of tomorrow. 

We develop tools, resources, and networks to support today’s up-and-coming credit union leaders, equipping them with the skills and competencies they need to serve the credit union system in positions of influence, addressing head-on the challenges and changes facing our industry.

The NYLC will strive to provide today’s young leaders with a collaborative platform to share their perspectives on system challenges and opportunities, ensuring that the next generation of senior leaders leaves their mark on the credit union system of the future.


You can connect with the NYLC through:

Twitter: @NationalYoung

Committee Members
(As of July 1, 2015)

Marlin Froese

Access Credit Union

Kris Babbings

Conexus Credit Union

Cheryl Lambert

Bayview Credit Union

Lesia Gojan Klein (Vice Chair)  

Carpathia Credit Union

Adam Fraser

Coastal Community Credit Union

Brian Bevilacqua

First West Credit Union

Vic Mudhar

First West Credit Union

Robyn Blythe

Libro Credit Union

Brian Aalbers

Libro Credit Union

Benjamin Janzen

Mennonite Savings and Credit Union

Pamela Hills

Mennonite Savings and Credit Union

Mark Gorman

New Brunswick Teachers' Association (NBTA) Credit Union

Devin Selte (Chair)

Servus Credit Union

Ryan Gobolos

Servus Credit Union

Leanne Devliegere

Westoba Credit Union

Ryan McKinley

Vancity Credit Union