Our IMPACT 2021 session replays continue this week with “Co-op CEO Perspectives on P6 Opportunities.”
Join us on Thursday, November 11 from 1-2 pm EST for the second in a series of IMPACT 2021 session replays leading up to the International Cooperative Alliance’s 33rd World Cooperative Congress in December. With cooperative identity high on the agenda of both events, our identity-themed session replays are a great opportunity to gear up for the congress and continue the conversations you began at IMPACT 2021.
During “Co-op CEO Perspectives on P6 Opportunities,” cooperative thought leaders contemplate the possibilities in expanding impact for the members they serve and the communities where they live. The 6th Cooperative Principle calls for purposeful cooperation among co-ops. By working together, co-ops can create an ecosystem of support resources for people that struggle to make ends meet. Collaboration across co-op sectors can help people improve their circumstances in life and generate meaningful and inclusive contributions to community vitality.
Featuring Cathy Davison, Vice President of Finance and Accounting at Roanoke Electric Cooperative; Carla Decker, president and CEO of DC Credit Union; Heather Eddy, Merchandising Manager at Seward Community Co-op; and Casey Fannon, President of National Cooperative Bank.