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Susan NewtonLongtime CUNA Executive Vice President Susan Newton will leave the national trade organization over the next few months, according to a CUNA communiqué emailed to league presidents Tuesday.

“As we looked at the future needs of the association, we’ve made a decision we must redesign the roles of the engagement division,” the CUNA email read. “We’ve met with Susan Newton and she will stay at CUNA, redirecting her focus to several initiatives for the next few months, and then will leave CUNA to pursue other opportunities within the credit union system. Susan has played an important role in our evolution and our success and she has been a critical contributor to the success of CUNA; most notably with our league partners as their executive director of AACUL.”

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