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Courtney Moran

A Financial Literacy Architect

'Building relationships is a win-win for everyone.'
Forging lasting partnerships that guarantee access to financial literacy across Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas is Courtney Moran’s passion.
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Create Awareness of Your CU

Remove barriers and improve members’ financial well-being.
‘We are not the best at creating awareness about who we are and what we do.’
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Off the Record

What’s Your Financial Literacy Story?

Ongoing education and social responsibility are the drivers of financial empowerment.
Break out the #FinancialLiteracyMonth hashtag and tell us how you’re helping members.
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CUNA Honors Financial Education Leaders

Nine CUs nab first-place 2013 Desjardins Awards for Youth and Adult Financial Education.
Winners are a testament to CUs’ commitment to provide financial literacy.
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Teach Early and Often

How one CU grooms youth into fully engaged members.
Redwood CU retains 80% of its young members after they leave for college.
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CU Hero

The Teller Who Rose to the Top

She now works to keep her CU ahead of the competition.
Anabela Pereira was a 19-year-old teller when she first started working at Pioneer Valley CU.
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CU Takes Financial Education to the Big Screen

Carter FCU partners with local movie theater to promote financial literacy.
“Carter’s Fun Facts About Money” are filmed on location in the communities the CU serves.
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Online Resources Create Board Leaders

CU trainers need to be directors’ navigators.
Advances in technology make it easier for board members to become the expert leaders their CUs need them to be.
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‘Exposure is Everything’ for Financial Success

Entrepreneurial family says financial literacy set them on the right path.
The McNeill family of Miami is a living example of financial literacy leading to financial empowerment.
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Profile: Angela Weekley

Veridian CU’s community inclusion manager aims to tackle her community’s most pressing financial needs.
Establishing personal connections and relationships is crucial when working with nontraditional communities.
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