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In This Week’s Leaguer

Posted: Jul 21, 2021 | Author:
#ilovemycreditunion  Karen Hart Legacy Society  NCUA  We for She 

Wonderful things are happening among credit unions nationally and in the Cornerstone region. Check out the great articles in this week’s Leaguer.

If you’re ready to be part of something big to advance awareness of credit unions, you’re ready for the #ilovemycreditunion social media initiative on July 30. Join us in sharing inspiring, positive, high-energy posts about why we love our credit unions.

The Cornerstone Foundation’s Karen Hart Legacy Society is designed to preserve and strengthen what past generations have built to ensure tomorrow’s credit union movement is secure for those who follow. Which giving opportunity will you choose to sustain our cooperative community?

The NCUA is rolling out “Phase 1” of its plan to resume onsite operations in some areas of the country, while maintaining heightened safeguards in credit unions and in their own facilities. Check out what this means for your operation.

The Global Women’s Leadership Network has released what it calls the “We for She” Pink Paper that aims to understand the challenges women face globally in advancing to leadership positions in the credit union movement. Download the paper for excellent insights.

In regional news, credit unions continue to inspire us with their expansion of opportunities for members and staff alike. A+FCU announces a new chief digital strategy officer; FivePoint CU announces an internal promotion of a talented branch manager; TTCU partners with Zogo to teach their members about money; and Capitol CU celebrates a new location in the upscale Domain area of north Austin.

Thank you for reading and for your membership. We are here to serve and appreciate your feedback. Have a productive week.

Caroline Willard
President/CEO
Cornerstone League

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