E.C. Harrison

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A New Board For A Changing Membership

Backed by a changing FOM and new BOD, One Detroit Credit Union targets programs to bring hope to Detroit’s abandoned neighborhoods.

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Local Cooperatives Thrive With VSECU

The Vermont cooperative relies on a little-known state statute to make direct investments in cooperatives to bolster local economies and create a better world.

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The New Rules For Credit Union Innovation In 2020

Five industry leaders share how they keep innovation at the forefront in a challenging, changing environment.

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Cybersecurity Awareness Is More Important Than Ever

A host of new threats and vulnerabilities have arisen with the move to remote working. For this Cybersecurity Awareness Month, credit union security experts share seven tips on how to stay safe.

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How To Increase Diversity And Inclusion In Credit Union Land

Thirty-three years after the first Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, discrimination, immigration, and equal pay continue to fuel policies at credit unions, but more can be done.

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CEOs Take On The Role Of Chief Equity Officer

Leaders today must consider what “concern for community” means for fairness in hiring, upward mobility, and inclusiveness in the workplace.

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5 Ways To Transform DEI Talk Into Tangible Action

After holding frank discussions with employees and communities about diversity, equity, and inclusion, these credit unions are forming DEI councils, launching targeted charities, and more.

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Credit Unions Overcome PPP ‘Nightmare’

Portal crashes. Controversies. Confusion. Despite a shaky start, the Paycheck Protection Program is providing badly needed capital to more than 4.3 million small businesses nationwide.

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Analytics Offer A Smarter Approach To Collections And Underwriting

A new approach to debt collection at WSECU is cutting contact center costs by $8,000 a month and identifying borrowers that need early intervention.

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The New Normal: A Hectic Day In The Life Of A Business Lender

Sixty-hour work weeks, constant virtual meetings, and imminent deadlines. The world of business lending is busier than ever before, but in many ways the work also is more rewarding.

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