CUNA Digital Marketing School to Empower Credit Unions with AI, Innovative Strategies


CUNA Digital Marketing School, an event designed to help credit unions stay ahead in an ever-changing digital landscape, will offer a unique learning environment featuring industry experts and experienced digital marketers from the credit union sector.

“Digital marketing continues to evolve at an incredible pace, with AI playing a significant role in transforming the way marketers operate,” said Ariel Bilskey, senior director of learning strategy at CUNA. “CUNA Digital Marketing School provides credit unions with the tools and insights necessary to thrive in this new era, ensuring they can effectively engage with their members and leverage cutting-edge advertising tactics.”

Attendees of the June 6-8 school in Phoenix (also available online) can expect to learn about digital strategy and execution, the impact of AI on marketing, website reporting and tracking, SEO and digital advertising channels.

Notable keynote speakers at the event include digital marketing innovator C.J. Johnson and Instagram expert Jenn Herman. Johnson’s session, “AI-Enhanced Impact Storytelling: Transforming Digital Marketing for America’s Credit Unions,” will reveal the future of advertising through powerful storytelling, while Herman’s sessions focus on optimizing Instagram for credit union success.

CUNA Marketing & Business Development Council endorses the school. Also, view a previous-attendee’s testimonial here.

To register or learn more about CUNA Digital Marketing School, visit


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Credit Union National Association (CUNA) is the only national association that advocates on behalf of all of America’s credit unions, which are owned by 130 million consumer members. CUNA, along with its network of affiliated state credit union leagues, delivers unwavering advocacy, continuous professional growth and operational confidence to protect the best interests of all credit unions. For more information about CUNA, visit To find your nearest credit union, visit

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