CU Times has created with yet another recognition program, dubbed "Women to Watch" -- which is hot on the heels of its popular "Trailblazers 40 Below". We invited CU TimesEditor-in-Chief Sarah Cooke on the show to explain the "Women to Watch" premise that displays the positive impact women continue to have on our industry. Sarah even cites many examples of today's women credit union influencers. I, of course, had to throw all objectivity out the window and nominate my hometown San Diego favorites: SDCCU'sTeresa Halleck and Cabrillo's Robin Lentz. So now it's your turn. If you know an accomplished woman executive at your credit union who is making a tremendous difference, nominate her today. October 19 is the deadline for December 2011 announcements. Enjoy the show!
What you'll learn...
1. What's "Women to Watch" all about?
2. Now you already have the Trailblazer awards, Trailblazer 40 Below. Where did this idea come from? And why?
3. What are you looking for in a candidate?
4. How do you see women positively impacting the CU industry?
5. How have women excelled in this industry?
6. How do you see this program benefiting the CU industry -- along with women dedicated to it?
7. How can women get nominated?
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