MADISON, Wis. (11/3/15)--CUNA unveiled three online communities this week that create new spaces for credit union professionals and service providers to connect with peers, solve problems and build knowledge.
The three communities, which were developed through user focus groups, are called the CUNA Compliance Community, CUNA Councils Community and CUNA Service Provider Community.
“We believe the three communities will be the go-to daily resources for their respective audiences,” said Heather Moshier, executive vice president of information technology at San Diego County CU and chair of the CUNA Councils leadership committee.
Added David Rohn, CUNA vice president of CUNA Councils: “The CUNA Communities are a direct result of hearing the needs of our member credit unions and vendors.”
CUNA has tailored each space to serve the specific needs of credit union professionals of all types.
The communities will benefit credit unions and vendors by:
“I am looking forward to accessing all my compliance resources in one place,” said Matt Bailey, director of compliance at Linn Area CU, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. “CUNA members will be able to have the benefits of CompBlog, file sharing, discussion groups and a compliance newsfeed through the CUNA Compliance Community.”
Added Dean Capotosto, vice president of business development at Doxim Inc. and a member of the communities’ focus group: “CUNA is a real thought leader by bringing together so many voices and ideas. Vendors will be able to engage with each other to better serve the credit union market. This is the sort of collaboration that sets credit unions apart from so many other industries.”