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In the second of a two-part series, three more CU executives discuss social justice initiatives and how they impact their CU’s reputation.
By Casey Boggs|June 21, 2021 at 10:00 AM
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Last month, ReputationUs connected with six credit union executives from across the country and asked them five questions regarding social justice, DEI and other community plights and how taking a stance may affect their credit union’s reputation. Their responses were genuine, insightful and encouraging.
Editor’s note: Below you’ll find responses from three of the executives who were interviewed. Last week, CU Times ran responses from the three other executives in part one of this two-part article series.
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