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Tracie Kenyon, Executive Development Partner for Humanidei.
Tracie Kenyon, Executive Development Partner for Humanidei.

Tracie Kenyon Joins Humanidei as Executive Development Partner

Humanidei — a people operations firm founded to help credit unions build more inclusive cultures — is proud to announce that Tracie Kenyon will join the company as executive development partner.

Kenyon will provide strategic consulting and executive coaching services. This will include coaching current and rising executives and providing strategic planning and leadership development training to boards of directors, executive teams, and entire organizations.

She is a professional certified coach through the International Coaching Federation and holds a coaching certification through the University of Wisconsin (Madison). Kenyon recently retired as president and CEO of Montana’s Credit Unions, the state-level credit union trade association where she provided leadership to Montana’s credit unions for more than two decades.

During her tenure, she represented Montana’s credit unions as the chair of the Filene Research Institute, treasurer of Western CUNA Management School (WCMS), chair of the American Association of Credit Union Leagues (AACUL), and as a member of the National Credit Union Foundation Board of Directors.

“Tracie brings a unique combination of industry experience, business expertise, and communication skills that inspire others,” said Jill Nowacki, president and CEO of Humanidei. “I started my credit union career working under and learning from Tracie and am thrilled our clients will be able to access this talent and emotional intelligence. I look forward to seeing how her contributions continue to strengthen our industry and the people in it.”

Throughout her career, Kenyon worked at four credit unions and two state credit union leagues. Prior to serving Montana’s Credit Unions, she was senior vice president of dues-supported services for the Utah League of Credit Unions and oversaw the legislative efforts for Utah’s credit unions during the Credit Union Membership Access Act of 1998 (HR 1151), as well as the state-level bank attacks that soon followed.

Kenyon’s additional education and certifications include a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Western Oregon University, a master’s degree in professional communication from Westminster College, CAE (Certified Association Executive, American Society of Association Executives), and CUDE (Credit Union Development Educator, National Credit Union Foundation).

“The opportunity to position credit unions as the employer of choice by strengthening the movement through building and retaining top-notch staff is the natural next step in my career, which makes joining the premier talent-development organization in our space extremely exciting,” Kenyon said.  “I’m delighted to bring my innate abilities, learned skills, experience, and education, along with a passion for credit union people and ideals to this role.”

Tracie is now accepting new clients for executive coaching, leadership development, succession, and strategic planning engagements. She can be reached at

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