A Pew Research Center survey has raised more questions than answers about the gender equality leadership gap.
Chase urges credit unions to go beyond basic collaboration to make a difference in communities served.
When it comes to advancing women in the credit union industry, men must be a part of the conversation.
Only 3% of incoming CEOs in 2013 were women, down from 4.3% in 2012.
Belinda Caillouet of Spokane Teachers Credit Union shares insight into what needs rethinking.
Generally speaking, while women are avid users of technology, they tend to be underrepresented in the field.
It’s a great time for U.S. credit unions. The need for strong financial guidance is acute, awareness of the credit union difference is rising, membership is high and surveys tell us members are overwhelmingly satisfied. Yes, there’s room for improvement, but generally, it’s terrific to be a credit union leader...
These credit union leaders are taking a byte out of the stereotypes and making their mark in the credit union technology space.