Aaron Passman

Aaron Passman is the editorial director at Callahan & Associates, overseeing the company’s online and print publications. He spent more than a decade as a journalist before joining Callahan, and his extensive experience covering the credit union industry includes serving as a reporter and editor for Credit Union Journal and overseeing its 2020 merger into American Banker. Aaron holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas and lives near Kansas City with his family.

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