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Testimonials from readers of Directors Newsletter:
Our board of directors likes the format of the Directors Newsletter; as well as
the pertinent articles that are featured each month. It helps keep them informed and
up-to-speed on whats happening in the credit union industry.
St. Agnes Employees Federal Credit Union
The Directors Newsletter is included in every month's packet of materials to
the board of directors. The newsletter connects them to the rest of the credit union
volunteer world. It helps me considerably as a CEO trying to keep busy people in the
Perfect Circle Credit Union
Our credit union values the Directors Newsletter as a must-have credit union
leadership resource tool. We have provided it for years to every director and supervisory
committee member, as well as to our executive management team. It is reviewed monthly as
a regular board meeting communication, and oftentimes an article serves as a topic resource
item on our meeting agenda for strategic issues discussion. It is a great publication well
worth its small subscription cost.
United Educators Credit Union
I find the Directors Newsletter very helpful. When comments regarding programs and
best practices are commented on by both the CEO and board chair, it gives a good balance.
Most publications tend to focus on the average; you should continue to focus on what is
working at the above average level. We need to keep raising the bar.
University of Kentucky Federal Credit Union
The Directors Newsletter provides useful information to enhance our credit union
operations. It provides me with a picture of what other credit unions are doing which
in turn we can apply. Thank you.
PAHO/WHO Federal Credit Union
The Directors Newsletter is a great information resource for all volunteers. And
being a smaller credit union, it is also very affordable - I highly recommend it!
Cutting Edge Federal Credit Union
As our credit union has transitioned to a community chartered credit union
Directors Newsletter is a valued resource. It discusses relevant issues the boards are
facing in this ever-changing and challenging industry.
UFirst Federal Credit Union