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Our January content centers around the many ways credit unions foster members’ financial well-being for all. Here’s how credit union leaders throughout the country tell their story of financial well-being:
PODCAST: Financial well-being roundtable
SkyPoint Federal Credit Union’s Cassandre Cassamajor, Carolinas Telco Federal Credit Union’s Autumn Solomon, and Meritrust Credit Union’s Chris Wolgamott explain the importance of financial education and how their credit unions improve members’ financial lives.
High-stakes financial well-being
Cassamajor, Solomon, and Wolgamott discuss the importance of being vigilant and proactive while ensuring members’ financial well-being.
Share the financial well-being story
Cassamajor, Solomon, and Wolgamott explore the community aspect of credit unions’ financial well-being efforts, including the importance of storytelling and finding others who understand your passion for serving members.
‘We don't wait for people to walk in the door’
INOVA Federal Credit Union employees are accessible to everyone in Elkhart, Ind., meeting people in the community and helping them on their journey to financial freedom.
Financial well-being: ‘A hallmark of membership’
Improving members’ financial health provides a strong and defensible market position, according to a white paper from the Councils, powered by America’s Credit Unions.
Culture, community, and climate
Meet Kaua'i Federal Credit Union Director of Community Impact Hazelmae Overturf, and learn how the $147 million asset credit union in Lihue, Hawaii, is creating an economic resiliency center to boost islanders’ economic resilience.
‘Everything we do is to better the community’
Stepping Stones Community Federal Credit Union CEO Blanche Jackson explains how the $4.6 million asset credit union in Wilmington, Del., offers incarcerated individuals savings accounts and financial education to prepare for their release.
Award-winning effort boosts members’ life skills
Birmingham (Ala.) City Credit Union CEO Carrie Player explains how financial education and a relationship-based mindset sparked the $10 million asset credit union’s 2023 Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award.