Leadership, salary and education gaps still remain for women.
As the industry continues to debate the future of small credit unions, the women who head them are moving forward with innovations and collaborations to ensure their survival.
You don't have time to do everything, only time to do what matters. What matters to you and your credit union team?
While the credit union industry pats itself on the back for its high percentage of female leadership, there's still room for improvement.
From marketing to C-suite recruitment efforts, despite all the research about women, reaching them remains a puzzle for some organizations.
The CEO of a $3.5M credit union in Montana says the OSCUI helped her shop develop a safe and sound business plan.
A $20M Texas credit union said the cooperative spirit should encourage all credit unions to fund OSCUI programs.
The leader of a $13M Texas credit union tells how the NCUA's OSCUI saved his shop.
The general manager of a $16M New Jersey credit union responds to criticism of the NCUA's small credit union programs.
Does the NCUA's Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives really help small credit unions?