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$100K and a dream: College senior plots student-run credit union


A group at George Washington University has been working to open a de novo institution to serve students, but the would-be institution faces a variety of hurdles before it can open its doors.


GFA Federal Credit Union's chief executive to retire in spring


Tina Sbrega, who has been a pioneer in areas including pot banking and credit unions buying banks, will stay on as chair of a subsidiary of the institution.


Community First CEO to retire in 2021 after 35-year career in credit unions


Todd Sheffield has announced his intention to step down from the Santa Rosa, Calif.-based institution, which he has led since 2003.


United Nations FCU lines up new leadership


John Lewis, who is currently general counsel for the New York-based credit union, will take over for CEO William Predmore, who is retiring at the end of the year.


Succession plan in the works at American Southwest Credit Union


Jay Williamson will take over at the Sierra Vista, Ariz.-based institution after Brian Barkdull retires.


Pandemic throws credit union hiring for a loop


While some institutions have held off on staffing up for new projects, many mission-critical positions at the executive level are still being filled. It may take until well into 2021 before normal patterns return.


New leadership in the cockpit at Air Force Federal Credit Union


Ryan Ross will take over as CEO of the San Antonio, Texas-based institution for Bob Glenn, who is retiring.


Longtime CEO of HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union to retire in 2021


Karl Yoneshige has been with the Honolulu-based institution since 1988, including two decades as CEO.


Morgan Stanley data chief can relate to veterans' struggles


Jeff McMillan at Morgan Stanley shares stories of readjusting to civilian life and how he and his company help other veterans.