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About AACUC

The African-American Credit Union Coalition (AACUC) was created to increase the strength of the global credit union community.  We are a non-profit organization of African-American professionals and volunteers in the credit union industry.

Our Mission

"To increase diversity within the credit

union community through advocacy

and professional development."

 

AACUC Statement on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

The African-American Credit Union Coalition (AACUC) recognizes the differences and distinctions of each individual, group, or organization that are represented in society and within the credit union movement.  In alignment with the AACUC’s history and goals, we define diversity in our mission to express the inclusion, advocacy, and support of African-Americans throughout the credit union community and at large.   Notwithstanding, the AACUC welcomes the membership of all individuals, groups and organizations in furtherance of its mission to strengthen the global credit union movement. 

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We are here to help you drive change.

Together, we will shape the future.

 

 

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770.761.2769

866.782.2282 Toll Free 

EMAIL:

info@aacuc.org

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6/8/2021 - So we invited a very upbeat and energetic AACUC President/CEO Renée Sattiewhite on the show to share her thoughts on this NY Times feature -- and what it means to her organization, as well as credit unions. Renée also talked about how this feature story came about, thanks to a nomination by Kevin Paasch, president of MemberWealth Management and general agent for MassMutual Life Insurance.

In addition, Renée shared the success of the first "1-to-1Woman Mentoring Program" -- a pilot mentorship program that teams up white credit union executive women leaders with young black women professionals looking for a path to the C-suite, as well. According to Renée, the executives learned just as much from the young professionals. So both parties greatly benefited and the inaugural "1-to-1Woman Mentoring Program" is slated for bigger and better things to come.

Lastly, Renée lists all the other programs and events (2021 Virtual Annual Conference) on the launch pad for AACUC this year. Exciting times for this organization and it seems it's just getting started. Check out our conversation and let us know your thoughts. And enjoy the entire interview below for all the details.