Credit Union Roundtable is a monthly, hour-long talk/interview show devoted to helping America’s consumers become better-informed managers of their finances and savings.
Discussions and interviews on Credit Union Roundtable aim to foster this initiative in several ways:
- • Through educational explanations of financial products and services, how they work and how they can be best optimized for value;
- • Through expert discussions of the economy and financial services marketplace;
- • By increasing public understanding and awareness of credit unions, and how their cooperative values and principles influence their business practices, giving those who use credit unions a unique and distinct banking experience; and finally,
- • By conversations with credit union and community leaders about the value of collaboration, financial education and social responsibility.
The program is sponsored through the generous support of the Credit Unions of Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. It is hosted by Walter Laskos and presented over the Better Values - Better Banking Media Network reaching more than 4.5 million consumers through radio, a wide-assortment of podcast apps, credit union websites and a diverse range of social media channels.
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AUGUST 2020 (Episode ELEVEN)
Susan Toalson, VP of Credit Union Awareness Engagement, Credit Union Awareness, provides details on a credit union-focused national campaign to raise consumer awareness; it’s called Open Your Eyes.
Tim Draper, SVP Marketing, Navigant Credit Union shares his views on the Open Your Eyes campaign through the state of Rhode Island.
Maria Porto, AVP, Partner Relations, Hanscom Federal Credit Union, offers financial guidance for those impacted by an inability to make ends meet because of COVID-19 shutdowns.
Julie Baron, President/CEO, Make A Wish New Hampshire and Brian Hughes, President/CEO HRCU and Chairman of the NH Credit Union Social Responsibility Committee discuss a recent contribution milestone achieved by the Credit Unions of New Hampshire.
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Teo Janiga, a freshman at the Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center, and the winner of Rhode Island Lt. Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge talks about his business that coaches grandparents on how to virtually connect with loved ones via FaceTime, Skype, Zoom and other platforms to reduce social isolation and loneliness.
Michael Ostrowski, President/CEO at Arrha Credit Union, discusses the meaning of “local” when it comes to credit unions and doing your banking.
Blanche Jackson, CEO at Stepping Stones Community Federal Credit Union in Wilmington, Delaware, gives us a peak at what it’s like to serve members who call the inner city their home.
Finally, we’ll learn how credit unions across the nation work cooperatively to support the National Credit Union Foundation; its executive director, Gigi Hyland, will share the foundation’s philosophy and its efforts to support credit unions and their members in times of need.
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