Credit union board diversity is a cornerstone to building a stronger industry.
Filene Research Institute looks at board diversity.
Credit union volunteers are more diverse today than they were in 1990, but still have room for improvement.
Studies indicate that companies with female board members experience stronger performance.
WOCCU's Global Women's Leadership Network launches initiative to get more women on credit union boards.
A common thread weaving its way through credit union governance discussions of late is the suggestion that a board must look like its membership. This is a false assumption that has caused many boards a great deal of anxiety not to mention pursuit of a misguided end.
Board diversity is important to credit union growth, a new CUNA report says. More in this print preview from next week's print edition of Credit Union Times.