The Crashers are out to do more than just shake up the status quo–they have real plans aimed at helping credit unions.

Consisting of about 120 young credit union professionals, the Crash Network began in 2010 as way for those under 30 to get more involved with the industry. This year 16 young credit union professionals were selected to crash CUNA's 2011 GAC for the first time and complete a service project designed to drive change either at their credit unions, the industry or both.

Following the event, Brent Dixon, Crash Network founder and young adult adviser with the Filene Research Institute, recently hosted a webinar, "Rehash the Crash," to discuss what's next.

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