This episode continues to explore the findings of CUNA's "Women in Credit Union Leadership" issue brief through discussions with three female CEOs in the credit union movement:
Madry, Teubner, and Kenyon share their thoughts on how the research findings reflect their experiences as female credit union leaders.
As the CEO of a small credit union, Madry has a firsthand perspective on why the environment at a small credit union provides leadership opportunities for women.
Teubner had experience in the banking industry before joining the credit union movement, allowing her to speak to the differences in leadership opportunities between the two.
League CEO Kenyon has a big-picture view of female leadership in credit unions—and on credit union boards—in her state.
Listen to a previous episode on the "Women in Credit Union Leadership" issue brief featuring Mike Schenk, chief economist and deputy chief advocacy officer for CUNA, and Samira Salem, vice president of diversity, equity, and inclusion for CUNA.
In this episode:
1:24: Interview with Karen Madry
11:32: Interview with Stephanie Teubner
17:33: Interview with Tracie Kenyon