eTrain: Recruiting the Next Generation of Board Members
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Presented by Brent Dixon, Filene Research Institute
With only 6% of credit union board members aged 39 or younger, it’s no surprise many credit unions struggle to understand the needs of young consumers in prime borrowing years.

In this session, Filene Research Institute advisor and cooperative board member Brent Dixon will examine research and lead a candid discussion on differentiation through democratic control and how to locate, recruit, and engage the next generation of credit union board members.

Who Should Attend?

  • Board of Directors
  • Supervisory Committee
  • CEO
  • Senior Management

Meet the presenter, Brent Dixon:
When Brent Dixon was a kid, he wanted to be a tractor. That didn't work out, and so he founded The Habdash, a creative studio based in Austin, Texas.

He’s spent the last couple of years doing and teaching design and user-experience, advising on behalf of The Filene Research Institute and founding The Cooperative Trust, a grassroots network of hundreds of young people fighting for the future of socially responsible finance.

He also volunteers with Hackidemia, a mobile invention lab for kids, and sits on the board of directors for The Cooperative Food Empowerment Directive, a network that empowers students to create ethically-sourced, cooperatively-run food enterprises on college campuses. Prior to founding his studio, Brent spent five years as creative director of Trabian, an Indianapolis-based interactive agency.

His work is driven by a fascination for what makes people tick.

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$331 for Non-League Members

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