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Serving the military community
Whether it’s raising money for honor flights or creating supportive employee resource groups, credit unions have a long history of commitment to servicemembers. In this episode of the CUNA News Podcast, leaders from Black Hills Federal Credit Union, GCS Credit Union, and VyStar Credit Union share how they serve their local military community.
Learning from the military
In this episode of the CUNA News Podcast, six veterans share the lessons they learned in the military that have been useful in their credit union careers
Putting the team first
In this episode of the CUNA News Podcast, Senior Editor Ron Jooss catches up with 2022 Credit Union Rock Star Raul Cordero, a data architect and integrations lead at $927 million asset Tropical Financial Credit Union in Miramar, Fla. In this interview, he shares his thoughts on how being a good teammate and leader is a fundamental skill for IT people because technology supports every aspect of the organization.
Sponsored: The power of fintech partnerships
Reseda Group Chief Technology Officer Ben Maxim shares how credit unions can benefit with the right fintech partnerships, how to identify the right partnerships, and current fintech trends.
Serving our nation's finest
Credit Union Magazine Rock Stars Keith Stone, of Finest Federal Credit Union in New York City, and Wendy Tariff, of Police Credit Union of Connecticut in Hartford, join the podcast to discuss running credit unions for police departments, advocating for small credit unions, and serving people who serve.
Sponsored: How to protect members from identity fraud
In this episode of the CUNA News Podcast, sponsored by Fiserv, Patti Reid, Vice President of Product, walks listeners through the threat of identity fraud, the impact of fraud on consumers, best practices in reducing account takeover, and how credit unions can protect their members.
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