Credit Union Times has come up with all sorts of successful extracurricular activities lately, a couple of those being: "Trailblazers 40 Below" and "Women to Watch". Most recently the publication created a new program called "Not for CEOs", which aims to attract a younger audience to engage in industry issues. Ironically, the name "Not for CEOs" doesn't exclude industry CEOs, as they are encouraged to join in on the conversation to provide their expertise to the younger generations.
This quarterly forum will occur at various industry trade shows throughout the year for a panel discussion with credit union experts of all ages. We invited Credit Union Times' Editor-in-Chief Sarah Cooke to provide us with the who, what, why, when, where, and how of "Not for CEOs". What we received was an in-depth conversation on how to encourage the younger generations to get more involved with industry issues to ensure a solid future for credit unions. Good stuff from Sarah. Check it out!
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"Not for CEOs"
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