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Tiffany Niederwerfer – CUNA Marketing; (608) 231-4284; firstname.lastname@example.org
MADISON, Wis., and WASHINGTON (September 26,2019) – The editorial team of Credit Union Magazine has announced the 2019 recipients of the Credit Union Rock Stars award.
This year 50 credit union professionals and volunteers representing 30 states joined the exclusive ranks of Credit Union Rock Stars.
The Credit Union Rock Stars program recognizes outstanding credit union professionals and volunteers from a wide range of disciplines who use their unique strengths to advance the mission of their credit union. Winners were selected for their exceptional creativity, innovation and passion.
“Our 50 Credit Union Rock Stars are changing the lives of their members, staff and communities each day,” said Ann Hayes Peterson, vice president of publishing at CUNA and editor-in-chief of Credit Union Magazine. “They do so not only with their product innovations and concern for members’ financial well-being, but also with their servant leadership.”
“Every credit union professional can learn from the leadership and creativity exhibited by this year’s class of Credit Union Rock Stars,” said Vincent Brennan, president, Credit Union Solutions, Fiserv. “Their stories and achievements portray a bright future for the credit union movement and set a high bar for those of us who have the privilege of supporting it.”
Sponsored by Fiserv, Credit Union Rock Stars will be profiled in the Fall issue of Credit Union Magazine.
Check out the
the winners and read their stories at news.cuna.org/rockstar.
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