SCUCE: Glass Ceilings Are Meant to be Broken

Glass ceilings are meant to be broken. Just ask Sarah Thomas.

Sarah Thomas made her many marks on the history books as the first woman to officiate a major college football game, then the first woman to officiate a bowl game, and if that wasn’t enough, she’s the first to officiate a Big Ten game. In 2015, Thomas was hired as the first full-time female official in NFL history. But you may best remember her from February 2021 when she officiated during the Super Bowl – and yes, she’s the first and only woman to do this!

When you register for and attend the Southeast Credit Union Conference and Expo (SCUCE) on June 16-18 in Orlando, Fla., you’ll have the chance to hear Thomas as the keynote speaker!

SCUCE is the experience you’ve been waiting for all year. Get inspired with everything SCUCE has to offer: power-house keynote speakers, a variety of hot topic breakout sessions, best practices from industry experts, roundtables, a security awareness workshop, a chance to celebrate our credit union award winners, a foundation golf tournament, a focus on advocacy and more. You won’t want to miss the annual dinner party and silent auction that will transport you to places you have only dreamed of traveling. You will leave fully armed with all you have learned to empower your credit union’s growth and other goals.

Attend this year’s SCUCE to see for yourself:
SCUCE 2021
June 16-18, 2021
Hilton Bonnet Creek
Orlando, Fla.

For hotel information and room registration, meeting registration and other important SCUCE information, click the appropriate hyperlink.

Join us for SCUCE and hear from Sarah Thomas- the NFL’s first female official, the first female to officiate the Super Bowl in 2021 and named by Sports Illustrated as one of the 100 Most Influential NFL Figures of all time. She has an unforgettable story of inspiration to share with all of us, only at SCUCE.




Written by
Ann Naiman
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