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Join a Sister Society and make a big impact locally
Thursday, January 10, 2019 7:00 AM

The Cornerstone Credit Union League will implement Sister Societies throughout the Cornerstone region in 2019. Sister Societies are Global Women chapters (a World Council of Credit Unions Program) established around the world to further the network’s global mission by making a local impact. The purpose is to convene credit union leaders (open to men and women), discuss credit union issues, exchange ideas, and network with neighboring credit union professionals.

UFCU names new SVP – community impact
Thursday, January 10, 2019 6:55 AM

University Federal Credit Union, Austin's largest locally owned financial institution, announced Heather McKissick as senior vice president of community impact. In this newly created role, she will lead credit union strategic relationship development, community engagement, social purpose, advocacy, and marketing. She will focus on strengthening the UFCU brand and establishing collaborative opportunities for positive community impact.

UFCU names new EVP – member experience
Thursday, January 10, 2019 6:50 AM

University Federal Credit Union, Austin’s largest locally owned financial institution, has named Michael Crowl as executive vice president of member experience. In this newly created role, he will lead UFCU teams in executing on the organization’s overarching mission to connect in meaningful ways with members, simplify how members interact with UFCU, and empower them to achieve financial health. He will provide executive level oversight of all lending, retail operations, insurance services, wealth management, digital banking, and payments functions.

Government shutdown could inhibit credit quality
Thursday, January 10, 2019 6:45 AM

While serving their members, credit unions may feel the economic strain from what has become the second-longest government closure in U.S. history.