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TVFCU’s Tiffany Wolf to Represent Tennessee at Crash the GAC

Applications to Crash the Governmental Affairs Conference flood The Cooperative Trust every fall. Of the applicants, The Cooperative Trust selects a limited number of crashers.

This year the GAC delegation includes 58 talented credit union professionals from across the country, including Tiffany Wolf, community engagement liaison at Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union in Chattanooga, Tenn.

Young professionals have been Crashing the GAC since 2009. The program allows young professionals to experience the credit union movement first-hand. The event will run concurrently to GAC, March 3-7, with many crashers participating in their state’s Hike the Hill sessions.

“I’ve heard wonderful things about the GAC from people who’ve been there,” said Wolf. “I’m genuinely excited about the chance to connect with credit union professionals from all corners of the country. It’ll be the perfect opportunity to learn, share ideas and advocate together – to see the credit union movement from a whole new perspective! I can’t wait!”

Wolf started working in the credit union movement at MyUSA Credit Union in her home state of Ohio. She has been in her current role in TVFCU’s Marketing Department for nearly two years.

“I’m incredibly humbled to have been picked for this opportunity and love that I’m able to represent Tennessee,” said Wolf.

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