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  • People in the News

    America’s First Federal Credit Union, Birmingham, Ala., has appointed Audra Weber as the new vice president of human resources and training. Weber has been with America’s First since 2011 and was formerly the assistant vice president of human resources. . .

  • Operation Best Wishes Concludes Another Holiday Run

    For the ninth year in a row, Operation Best Wishes has made sure those serving overseas were able to see and hear from their loved ones.

  • Helminak Lends His Own Speech to Lure the Young: Trailblazer 40 Below

    While he dreamed when he was younger that he’d be a speech writer for others, Chad Helminak, CUDE director of REAL Solutions and outreach at the Wisconsin Credit Union League, has found his own voice through service to the credit union industry.

  • People 12-19-12

    ESL Federal Credit Union, Rochester, N.Y. announced the addition of John Cirella as business banking relationship manager. In his new position, Cirella will be responsible for identifying, developing and managing business banking relationships in the Greater Rochester area.

  • Filene, QUEsocial Offers Credit Unions New Social Business Solution

    QUEsocial’s solution translates Filene’s research on social media into actionable results, provides ROI tools, organizations say.

  • Women to Watch: Shari Storm Shares Leadership Lessons

    For Shari Storm, senior vice president at Verity Credit Union, periodically applying and interviewing for other jobs has helped reinforce that she is exactly where she belongs.

  • Pano Logic Vanishing Act

    The Redwood City, Calif.-based technology vendor Pano Logic, a provider of virtual end user systems to a client list that includes at least three credit unions, had just announced a success story about its partnership with the $3.4 billion Redstone Federal Credit Union of Huntsville, Ala. when the company essentially...

  • How to Spark Morale at Your Credit Union

    This three-step plan promises to ignite a spirit of pride and ownership.

  • Hurricane Sandy: New York Credit Unions Mostly Back in Business

    Most credit unions on Long Island and the Westchester/Rockland areas, but a number of those credit unions are still facing some issues,

  • Hurricane Sandy Swamps The East

    The aftermath is “unthinkable devastation” said New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie when describing the massive destruction left behind by Hurricane Sandy that blasted the East Coast in the evening of Oct. 29. The monster storm caused massive flooding throughout New Jersey, New York and Connecticut, igniting fires that destroyed...

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