|L-R: Vons Employees FCU CEO Steve Weakley and Board Chairman Jan Faller|
CEO: BE A POSITIVE FORCE FOR OTHERS
updated 10/15/13 10:02 AM
Vons Employees FCU in Column
At a credit union, "you can make a difference every day" in the lives of people you serve, according to Vons Employees FCU CEO Steve Weakley.
His personal philosophy echoes this sentiment as he shares his credit union perspective within the Leader 2 Leader column in the October/November edition of Credit Union Digest—a helpful and relevant resource for peers and rising leaders in the industry.
"We all make a choice on how we live our lives," Weakley said. "Whatever happens, (we should) try to be a positive force in the world."
Readers can explore the first credit union experience, personal philosophy, leadership advice, educational background, biggest challenge, and other insightful responses of both Weakley and Vons Employees FCU Board Chairman Jan Faller in the column.
Click here to read the rest of their story on Page 5 inside the latest edition of Credit Union Digest!
Vons Employees FCU—based in El Monte, CA—serves 41,000 members and has $407 million in assets.
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