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Class Of Development Educators Graduate

MADISON, Wis.-Forty-two CU professionals are the newest graduates of the Credit Union Development Education (DE) Training sponsored by the National CU Foundation.

The week-long program includes group exercises and team projects, in addition to individual education in cooperative principles and credit union philosophy.

Graduates in the 2011 Spring class include: Latonya Allen, Government Printing Office FCU; Taylor Carstens, Peoples Trust FCU; Angie Cayot, Southwest Bridge Corporate FCU; Cathy Cline, Southeastern Ohio CU; Chantea' Coger, Winston-Salem Firemens CU; Paricia Coleman, Keesler FCU; Dianah Darkwah, Ghana Co-Operative Credit Union; Meghann Dawson, CUNA; Betty DeWeese, Telco Plus CU; Ryan Dold, Missouri CU Association; Holly Fearing, CUNA Mutual; Sandra Gladney, American Airlines FCU; Cassandra Grayson, League of Southeastern Credit Unions; Brianne Gutoski, CUNA: Jennifer Hamrick, State ECU; George Hofheimer, Filene Research Institute; Heidi Knudson, Altana FCU; Patrick Livingston, Coastal FCU; Tim Loveless, Missouri CU Association; Lee Mabry, State ECU; Jeremy Martin, Navigator CU; Kelli Martin, Chesterfield FCU; Brandon McAdams, Coastal FCU; Amy McLard, Missouri CU Association; Mark Meyer, Filene Research Institute; Tara Neiswonger, Education First CU; Zach Poole, Singing River FCU; Tish Pruitt, American Airlines FCU; Alana Robertson, Mississippi Telco FCU; Olivia Ruiz, New Mexico Educators FCU; Adam Schwartz, National Cooperative Business Association; Sarah Dale Simpkins, Mississippi CU Association; Barb Stanek, Missouri CU Association; Troy Stang, Northwest CU Association; Lynn Storum, NCUA; Beth Troost, Michigan CU League; Vivian Valencia, Verity CU; Darren Westendorf, CUNA Mutual Group; Michelle Williams, MECU of Baltimore; Daniel Winters, Co-Operative Credit Union; Molly Wright, Guadalupe CU, and Willie Yao Ahli, Ghana Co-Operative Credit Union Association.

The next DE Training will be held at the Lowell Center in Madison, Wis. on April 18-25, 2012. For info: cude@ncuf.coop.

 

Royal CU. CU Campus Resources Partner

EAU CLAIRE, Wis.-Royal CU said last week it signed with CU Campus Resources to offer private student loans.

CU Campus Resources uses technology provided by Cology, Inc., to provide core processing system and back-office support for the program. CU Campus Resources said it offers a complete suite of private education loan products and services that participating credit unions can make available to their members. The program offers turn-key solutions that can be customized to a CU's unique member attributes and college campuses they serve.

 

Voice-Guided ATMs Installed

PITTSFIELD, Mass.-Greylock Federal Credit Union is upgrading its ATM fleet to give the machines both physical access and communication-related elements for the visually impaired and those who have mobility handicaps.

The text-to-speech technology will allow Greylock members to plug in their headphones and listen to step-by-step instructions for conducting transactions privately.

Greylock said the new voice-guidance software will go live when the credit union's ATM service provider begins support of the new technology later this year.

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