RAPID CITY, S.C.—Phillip Love is president/CEO of Midwest Business Solutions, a CUSO that provides underwriting and portfolio management services for commercial and agricultural loans through credit unions in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and parts of Montana, Minnesota, Wyoming, and Iowa. Below, Mr. Love shares his perspective on leadership and management as part of CUToday.info’s The Corner.
Caroline Willard isExecutive Vice President, Markets and Strategy, for CO-OP Financial Services, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (www.co-opfs.org), where she is responsible for strategic planning, product development, marketing and market research, and the company’s push into emerging technologies. Below, Ms. Willard shares her thoughts on leadership and management as part of CUToday.info’s The Corner.
MADISON, Wis.—Bill Klewin is well-known to many in credit unions for leading the development of LOANLINER and as a frequent speaker to credit union conferences. Klewin is now retiring as lending products compliance leader, and shares his thoughts here as part of CUToday.info’s The Corner.
ONTARIO, Calif.—Diana Dykstra is president and CEO of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues. Here, Ms. Dykstra shares her thoughts on leadership and management as part of CUToday.info’s The Corner.
ONTARIO, Calif.—Tony Boutelle is CEO of CU Direct, which provides a host of lending solutions to credit unions, including its network of more than 1,100 auto dealers.
Below, Mr. Boutelle shares his thoughts on leadership and management as part of CUToday.info’s ‘The Corner.’
Kathy Garner, CEO of Catalyst Corporate, FCU offers her thoughts in response to five questions posed by CUToday.info as part of “The Corner,” which offers different perspectives on leadership and management.
Mark Hein, CEO of SWBC, responds to five questions from CUToday.info about management and leadership as part of 'The Corner.'
CUNA Mutual Group CEO Bob Trunzo shares his thoughts on leadership and management as part of CUToday.info's 'The Corner.'
RALEIGH-DURHAM, N.C.—Every time a credit union CEO retires, he or she takes with them what is often called “unarticulated knowledge,” wisdom gathered over a career that can’t be found in textbooks or management courses. CUToday.info has launched a video series that aims to capture some of that wisdom and other lessons learned.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—Randy Karnes, CEO of CU*Answers, shares his thoughts on leadership and management as part of CUToday.info’s series “The Corner.”