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We pick up here where we left off last time learning about the Cooperative Trust community and the Crash experience – if those last few words meant nothing to you, please go back to part 1 and take a listen now. We explain all about this young professional community and these unique event opportunities for them in that episode! If you’re ready for Part 2, here we go! In this episode, we highlight the ways we are stronger when we gather together. When we work in cooperation. When we develop our talent and our ideas collectively, and when we grow networks of innovative big thinkers to build a community of support and well-being for all. We start with Michael, a former crasher, now new CEO of his credit union – about how the Crash experience set the stage for where he is today – to be in the right place at the right time with the right people for it all to fall together, circuitous as his route may have been. Then we turn it over to some of our 2019 Crashers themselves. Literally from Alaska to Hawaii and every state between. Jordan tells us how this experience made for a huge jump in his career. Kaydie confirms for us that today’s young professionals do want to collaborate to solve challenges and gives a personal story about how her credit union inspired her career by first making her feel valued as a member. Ashley talks about how Crashing has completely transformed everything she thought she knew about the credit union movement and Manny says that by being connected with others in his generation he knows his peers will be there for him with understanding and empathy no matter what he’s facing. These are just a few examples of the power of this network and the connections that continue outward and onward from Crash events that bring people together. Come help us celebrate 30 years of Filene Research Institute at our big.bright.minds annual event on Nov 19 -20 in Durham. Visit to register today. APPLY for CRASH the GAC 2020 at

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