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  • NEW CASTLE, Del. (4/2/14)--The Delaware Credit Union League launched its redesigned website Tuesday. "One of the items from our board's strategic plan was to redo our website," said Jane Bailey, league executive vice president. The league worked with Visions Ink for more than a year on the project. "It's much more informative, user-friendly and attractive," Bailey told News Now, adding that the league now can highlight campaigns such as training or its annual conference on its landing page. In addition to the resources for credit unions, the site also includes a section for consumers ...
     
  • MADISON, Wis. (4/2/14)--The Filene Research Institute and the World Council of Credit Unions will unveil the results of their yearlong study on women and credit union leadership during a June 19 colloquium at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. About half of the credit union CEOs in the U.S. are female, but at the larger credit unions, men outnumber women at the executive level. The study addresses women's challenges and opportunities at U.S. and international credit unions. , both in the United States and around the world. One of the sessions includes Melissa Thomas-Hunt, associate professor, University of Virginia Darden School of Business, who will address the hurdles that slow women down on the leadership path ...
 


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