MICUH: Season 1, Episode 22
Marvin & Robert Cashman
In this episode, we welcome Marvin Cashman who shares his extensive history of Metro Credit Union, which was started by his father George. He's joined by son, Robert, the current CEO of Metro Credit Union, who to discuss the Cashman family legacy of service within the credit union movement.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 21
Bill reflects on nearly a half a century of service to the credit union industry, taken up with early work to organize credit unions and working with several leagues and CUNA. Bill describes some of his most memorable credit union moments and offers his prespective on the future of the movement.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 20
If you've seen any of our previous episodes you have heard Dave Chatfield's name, repeatedly. When asked who has most influenced your credit union career, many of you are quick to answer David Chatfield. We're excited to include in Season 1 our interview with Dave, covering a few of the highlights of his 40 year credit union career that saw him crisscross the United States in the spirit of cooperation.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 19
Rosi shares with us her perspective on the evolution of women in leadership positions at the credit union, state, and national level. Covering both the challenges and some of the most rewarding moments of her credit union career.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 18
Mike discusses the credit crisis of 1979, how it impacted credit unions and how lessons learned during that time are still relevant today.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 17
Dan reflects on his time as president of CUNA, including the fight for HR1151, the importance of political advocacy, the establishment of Credit Union House in DC, as well as his deep appreciation of the league system.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 16
Chip Filson: Part 2
We finish up our segment with Chip Filson as he discusses Ed Callahan's career, the creation of Callahan & Associates and their credit union directory; as well as some insight into the current credit union era and how it might be remembered.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 15
Chip Filson: Part 1
Today is our 15th episode of the first season of Moments in Credit Union History. We're pleased to welcome Chip Filson to our program. As expected, we had a lot to talk about, and split our session into two parts. In this first part, Chip gives an overview on the "Era of Deregulation."
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 14
Brad discusses his career within the credit union movement including as Chairman of the Save Our Sharedrafts Campaign in 1979.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 13
Dennis share his journey learning about credit unions as a 22-year old elected state legislator from Mississippi, to credit union CEO, to the NCUA Board appointed by President Clinton and NCUA Chairmanship appointed by President George W. Bush. In 2017 Dennis was recognized as the Most Influential Credit Union Leader of the past 25 years by CU Times magazine.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 12
Caroline discusses her journey through the credit union movement including how the failure of thrifts led her to credit unions, her work on the Credit Union Improvement Act (CURIA) , Check 21, and the importance of 360 degree advocacy.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 11
Carroll reflects back on a 30+ year career in the credit union movement, including his time at the Colorado Credit Union League.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 10
Walter Laskos & Joe Keller: Operation Best Wishes
Walt and Joe share the some of the stories behind Operation Best Wishes, a program started in 2004 which allowed family members of military personnel overseas to record video messages from home during the holiday season.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 9
Tom talks about the long history of the Illinois Credit Union League, shares some terrific artifacts from their archives and discusses the vision for the future of credit unions in the Illinois area.
MICUH: Season 1 Episode 8
Sarah Canepa Bang
In no other financial services environment could you have customers of one organization welcomed into another organization. Shared branching offers credit unions the unique ability to provide expansive branch access without expanding their individual branch operations. Hear a bit about how it all started as we chat with Sarah Canepa Bang in today's episode of Moments in Credit Union History:
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 7
John shares his perspective on the credit union difference and why after 25 years at American Airlines he embarked on a "second career: as a credit union CEO.
MICUH: Season 1 Episode 6
Bill shares stories of his mother, Louise Herring; the Ohio CU pioneer considered by many the “mother of credit unions,” who helped charter 500 credit unions and attended Estes Park Convention in 1934 where CUNA was formed.
MICUH: Season 1 Episode 5
Don Davidson, longtime CUNA Mutual employee discusses the most significant milestones of his 37 year career.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 4
Dick Ensweiler Part 3 of 3
In our final segment with Dick we learn about the creation of the Juntos Avanzamos designation for credit unions.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 3
Dick Ensweiler Part 2 of 3
In 1984, the USPS created a commemorative postage stamp to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Federal Credit Union Act. The story of how that stamp came to be is here:
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 2
Dick Ensweiler, Part 1 of 3
Hear about Dick's first days of a 50+ year career in the credit union movement.
MICUH: Season 1, Episode 1
Ann Naiman, League of Southeastern Credit Union
Ann discusses the ways credit unions in LSCU have met the challenges of COVID