Seven Indiana credit union representatives have been selected to be part of ignite, an initiative of the Indiana Credit Union League that is focused on developing innovations that can help credit unions better the financial lives of their members.
“We are celebrating the fifth anniversary of ignite this year,” said League Director Doug True, FORUM CU who is a member of the three-member ignite Leadership Team along with Bob Falk, Purdue FCU and Nan Morrow, Centra CU. “We’re proud of the track record of collaboration being developed by these talented leaders,” he said.
“Under the direction of our Leadership Team, the ignite initiative has thrived in Indiana,” said League President John McKenzie. “The credit union support has been tremendous, as many have shared very talented and innovative employees.”
At the group’s meeting later this month, the igniters will be organized into small working groups, and they will begin developing their 2012 innovations. Sixteen innovations have been developed to date. Several ignite innovations have been adopted by credit unions in Indiana and elsewhere. To promote them, members of the working groups make presentations during the League Convention and at several chapter meetings around the state. A list of innovations is available on the League Web site at http://www.icul.org/content.php?id=285
, and there is an ignite Facebook page as well.
Each of these individuals will serve a two-year term.
Elaine Rinehart, Eli Lilly FCU
Courtney Keeler, FORUM CU
Mike Pence, KEMBA CU
Craig Dauksas, Members Choice FCU
Karen Houser, Natco CU
Catrina Tate, Teachers CU
Raine Lee, Vigo County FCU
These individuals are in the second year of their two-year terms.
Stacy Lengacher, Crane FCU
Amanda Middleton, Finance Center FCU
Bridgetta Bullock, Finance Center FCU
Clinton Miller, General CU
Cindy Crowley, Heritage FCU
Lynette McClusky, Heritage FCU
Brett Rinker, Industrial Centre FCU
Chris Smith, Interra CU
Jackie Hofman, Purdue FCU
Tara Holloway, Teachers CU
About ignite: The initiative is a joint venture between the Indiana Credit Union League and three Indiana credit union representatives who are alumni of the Filene
Research Institute’s i3 group. It is focused on developing innovations that can help credit unions better the financial lives of their members.