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Leaders from three credit unions share insights gleaned from launching and supporting employee resource groups.
Two years after launching a DEI-focused internal initiative, the Washington state cooperative created a fund to donate $5 million over five years to Black-led nonprofits.
The veteran CEO guides DEI at a billion-dollar credit union.
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The ANATOMY series is a quarterly, multi-feature profile that explores the strategies and analyzes the performance of an exemplary credit union.
This session explores the 5 Key Pillars of DEI: Community Development, Board Governance, Management, Brand, and Culture.
Nusenda Credit Union works with community partners to identify and support borrowers shut out of traditional lending.
Kenia Calderon Ceron is forging a deeper relationship between Iowa’s biggest financial cooperative and the state’s growing Latino population.
A reworked strategic plan and employee resource committees have helped Verity Credit Union fast-track efforts to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Credit unions share insights about programs and strategies aimed at helping marginalized members and communities.
Bill Bynum, CEO of Hope Credit Union, makes the case for focusing on America’s poorest communities every day — not just during a crisis.
Success is often measured in promotions, project leadership, and recognition, but to be successful, one needs to be known.
The mid-Michigan credit union is refining hiring practices and tapping employees to help build a workplace where people feel included and heard.
Credit unions need diverse, knowledgeable, representative boards that are able to act inclusively, collaboratively, and with strategic vision.
Can market forces balance racial inequities?
Join a panel of credit union executives as they share strategies to ensure cooperative boards fully represent their diverse memberships.
Based on August traffic (and our editorial instincts), here are the top articles and blogs that appeared on CreditUnions.com.
Leaders at cooperatives across the country share how core principles are driving strategic thinking in their shops.
This Raleigh-based cooperative is “woke” in Wake (and Durham) counties.
Dozens of credit unions and related organizations pledge to help the industry meet the diversity, equity, and inclusion challenge.
Leaders today must consider what “concern for community” means for fairness in hiring, upward mobility, and inclusiveness in the workplace.
A Pacific Northwest credit union shares lessons it learned during its eight-year journey taking a holistic view of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Based on July traffic (and our editorial instincts), here are the top articles and blogs that appeared on CreditUnions.com.
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.
At Veridian Credit Union, Angela Weekley is nearing a decade of building bridges between cooperative and community.
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.
Esmi Rivera helps Notre Dame FCU spread financial wellness and opportunity one member engagement and workshop at a time.