COVID-19: Impacts to CUs, their Members and the Communities they Serve
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In the second of our webcast series, Credit Union Times will continue to address the ongoing effects COVID-19 has had on the Credit Union community. The frontline employees are a major concern for credit union executives right now. What steps have been taken to protect branch employees from possible infection? How did credit unions mobilize its remote workforce? How are credit unions financially caring for employees?
Join CU Times editor in chief Michael Odgen as he moderates a roundtable discussion with credit union executives from around the country for an open and direct discussion about the immediate and shifting impacts and changes happening in their credit unions. Including:
- Adapting current operations to re-evaluating how future operations are run
- Impact on employees and how to protect them
- How the lending landscape has shifted dramatically
- A complete picture of what COVID-19 has meant for CUs
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|Michael Ogden| Editor-in-Chief | Credit Union Times
Michael’s career stretches back 25 years from his time as a radio and TV journalist in Ohio and Wisconsin, to public and government relations work in the technology world, and finally stepped inside the credit union industry as a social media and digital media expert.
Michael is the Executive Editor for CU Times where he leads a team of financial journalists bringing the latest news and insights for credit union leaders and executives.
|Todd Pearson| Southwest Region President | Alaska USA FCU
Todd has worked in the credit union industry for 23 years. From 1997-2002 he worked for the Arizona Credit Union League as their Vice President of the League Services Corporation providing lending and member service programs to affiliated credit unions within the state of Arizona.
|Doug Marshall | Executive Vice President and Chief Digital & Product Officer | BECU
Doug joined BECU in 2013. He leads BECU’s product and digital division, where he’s focused on identifying emerging market trends, digital and data strategies, as well as ensuring BECU’s products and services perform well for our members.