MARLBOROUGH, Mass. (10/21/14)--The Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island credit union leagues have launched Commitment to Cooperation, a program to honor leaders who have dedicated significant years of service to their credit unions.
"We believe it is important to recognize these longtime leaders for their contributions to the system, as well as show our up-and-coming leaders what is possible with cooperation," leagues President/CEO Paul Gentile said in announcing the program (Daily CU Scan Oct. 15).
"At the annual convention and annually in our publications, we will publish the names of individuals as they achieve credit union service milestones," Gentile added. "We will also profile many of these leaders throughout the year in our various publications."
The program includes the collection and cataloguing of the names of individuals who have reached milestones in service. To accomplish this, the league is asking member credit unions to send the names of individuals who have been volunteers or employees for more than 20 years. To facilitate this process, the .league has set up a website where that data can be entered.
To access the website, use the resource link.