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Women: A Strategy for Success

  • Nan Morrow Senior Vice President Marketing at Hoosier Hills Credit Union
  • David Pope SVP Technology Services at SAFE Credit Union
  • David Snodgrass President and CEO at Lake Trust Credit Union
  • Tansley Sterns Chief People and Strategy Officer at Canvas Credit Union
  • Jean Theis Chief Relationship Officer at HomeAdvantage

Women: A Strategy for Success is a package of financial services to reduce the headaches of bill paying and budgeting, and create a greater sense of financial independence. The idea aims to help women credit union members to simplify their financial lives and to help credit unions serve members and grow membership.

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