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A common thread weaving its way through credit union governance discussions of late is the suggestion that a board must look like its membership.

The premise is that a board must reflect the diversity of its membership (a mix of races, age ranges, ethnic backgrounds, professional experience, etc.) in order to properly represent unique member-owner interests.


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