MADISON, Wis.—CUES is pleased to honor Black History Month 2023 by providing content and updated resources on cues.org and CUmanagement.com that celebrate diversity and honor and educate on the legacy of Black Americans.
- CUES staff share their suggestions for learning about Black history and culture in Celebrate Black History Month With These Recommendations from CUES Staff.
- Hear from DEI: Catalyst for Change Award winner GreenState Credit Union on CUES podcast episode 139, Committed To Closing Racial And Language Gaps.
- Read Diversity Insight: Partnering To Nurture BIPOC, Women-Owned Small Businesses And Nonprofits to learn about providing flexible working capital loans to these organizations.
- The article Diversity Insight: Kinecta FCU’s Partnership With Spicy Green Book Supports Overall DEI Initiative covers Kinecta FCU’s impressive internal and community-based equity efforts.
- Discover the Goals of a New CU Diversity Executive, February’s Diversity Insight column, available February 3 at CUmanagement.com.
- CUES podcast episode 127, All Is Not Yet Rosy for Top Black Female Leaders, features leaders Kimberly Wright and Andrea Brown discussing the challenges that women in general, and Black women in particular, face in their rise to leadership and beyond.
- CUES Black Professional Network offers easy access to recommended CUES supplier members, service providers, event speakers and more.
- CUES DEI Resource Center features tools, content, and partner organizations that support DEI in the industry.
“We’re also pleased CUES’ eCornell DEI Certificate program is heading into its third year. This intensive online course helps credit union leaders guide their institutions to a better tomorrow,” said CUES interim CEO, Jerry Saalsaa. “Registrants of this intensive course learn directly from Michelle M. Duguid, Associate Professor, Associate Dean of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging at the Johnson Graduate School of Management, and take a deep dive into the processes that impact the ways people interact with each other.”
Learn more about the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Cornell Certificate Program, which starts March 15, at content.cues.org/ecornell-dei.
Learn more about CUES at cues.org.
CUES is the leading talent development solutions provider for credit unions in North America. We educate, develop and support credit union CEOs, executives, directors, and emerging leaders through partnerships with premier business schools, live and online events, digital learning, networking, and premium content. With over 41,000 members and growing, we measure success one leader at a time.
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