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Serving the underserved
Cathie Mahon shares Inclusiv’s vision of financial inclusion for all.
GAC speaker preview, part 2
This episode features pre-conference interviews with additional speakers who will address the 2021 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie shares his thoughts on the 2020 election and the future of the Republican Party. Former Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel talks about next steps for the Democratic Party and opportunities for bipartisanship. Former Food and Drug Administration commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb discusses the pandemic and health-care policy.
Sponsored: Next-gen member expectations
Jamie Cosgrove, head of financial services at Podium, explores what the modern member expects from financial institutions, including the importance of a mobile-first, cashless transaction experience.
GAC speaker preview, part 1
This episode features pre-conference interviews with some of the thought leaders who will share their expertise at GAC: Author, speaker, and social-change agent Kevin Carroll on advancing sports and play as a vehicle for creativity and change; former U.S. national security advisor H.R. McMaster on leadership, resilience, and strategy; and award-winning journalist, documentarian, and author Soledad O'Brien on the current social, political, and media landscape.
Barb Lowman, president of CUNA Strategic Services (CSS), shares what credit unions should know about CSS, including how it works with providers and the changes CSS has made to serve credit unions effectively during the pandemic.
Dig deep to discover 'the best thing'
The moments that have the biggest impact on your life don't always show up on a resume, says Antonio Neves, speaker, author, and host of “The Best Thing” podcast.
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Please make the podcast more conversational and less question and answer. The host should be having a conversation with the guest and not just reading off questions! This is an interesting podcast but I cringe every time he host awkwardly asks a question with no follow up to what the guest just went on about