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BELOIT, Wis. — A push at the Wisconsin Credit Union League’s 2007 state league convention to draw young leaders into the credit union movement inspired First American Credit Union to develop its own future leaders.

“It really opened our eyes. At the convention they had us stand up by those who graduated in the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and by the time we got to the 2000 graduates, no one was standing and it drove home the question of who would carry our industry forward when we’re all gone,” said FACU CEO Tracy Blaske. “We came back and got a group together to brainstorm how we can develop our own future leaders.”

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