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Sister Societies

Sister Societies partnership

Sister Societies are forming in the Cornerstone region. What are Sister Societies? They are local Global Women Leadership Network chapters (part of the World Council of Credit Unions) established around the world to further the Network’s global mission of making a local impact. Chapter members do this by convening credit union leaders (men and women), discussing credit union issues, exchanging ideas, networking with neighboring credit union leaders, and sharing lessons learned. Sister Societies also provide an opportunity to talk through important issues impacting women leaders in credit unions.

The Sister Society initiative within the Cornerstone region is part of the League’s International Relationship Committee, chaired by Nancy Croix-Stroud, president/CEO of First Class American Credit Union. The Cornerstone Sister Society leadership team includes the following credit union presidents/CEOs:  

  • Nancy Croix-Stroud – First Class American Credit Union (North Texas)
  • Lily Newfarmer – Tarrant County Credit Union (North Texas)
  • Melanie Kennedy – Southwest Financial Credit Union (North Texas)
  • Mary Beth Spuck – Resource One Credit Union (North Texas)
  • Kenneth Harrington– MemberSource Credit Union (South East Texas)
  • Jo Betsy Tyler – First Central Credit Union Central (South Texas)
  • Gina Wilson – Oklahoma Central Credit Union (Oklahoma)
  • Tammy Passafiume – Diamond Lakes Federal Credit Union (Arkansas)

Upcoming Meetings

North Texas Sister Society Meeting

October 21
1–3:30 p.m.
Neighborhood Credit Union
13651 Montfort Drive
Dallas, TX 75240

Light refreshments will be served. RSVP to Nancy Croix Stroud at 871-222-6280 or nancy@fcacu.org.

Cash donations will be accepted for two complimentary memberships to the Global Women’s Leadership Network

Tulsa Sister Society Meeting

November 5
6:00 p.m. Networking
6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Presentation
Tulsa Federal Credit Union
9323 E 21st St.
Tulsa, OK 74129

Attendees are asked to bring canned fruit, peanut butter, or other nonperishable food items to be donated to the Eastern Oklahoma Food Bank.

To attend, RSVP to Cynthia Campbell at ccampbell@balancepro.org.

Oklahoma City Sister Society Meeting

November 6
5:30 p.m. Networking
6:00 p.m. Dinner and Meeting
Credit Union House
631 E Hill St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Special Guest Speaker: Susan Walton
RSVP to Kelly Weaver at 405-602-1159 or kelly.weaver@okcu.org.

Questions?

For more information regarding Sister Societies, including how you can get involved and volunteer in an existing or new chapter, please contact one of the following leaders:

Nancy Croix-Stroud
First Class American CU

Mary Beth Spuck
Resource One CU

Lily NewFarmer
Tarrant County’s CU

Kenny Harrington
MemberSource CU

Gina Wilson
Oklahoma Central CU

Tammy Passafiume
Diamond Lakes FCU