CU Times Names the Latest 2013 Industry Woman to Watch

CU Times shines the spotlight on influential, forward-thinking women reshaping the future of the credit union community

 Washington D.C., March 27, 2013—Credit Union Times today announced its latest Women to Watch honoree for 2013.

Launched in 2011, Women to Watch recognizes women challenging the status quo and pushing creative solutions to address what ails their credit union or the industry as a whole. 2013 first quarter Women to Watch are Rebecca Lytle-Reynolds, Senior Vice President of Lending, San Francisco Federal Credit Union; April Clobes, Executive Vice President/COO MSU Federal Credit Union; and Wanda Chambers, Senior Vice President of Payment Services, Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union.

“Influential, strong, forward-thinking women have shaped the world for centuries,” Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Sarah Snell Cooke said. “We needed to recognize women and their accomplishments within the credit union industry for the future.”

Nominations are taken throughout the year and narrowed down to an elite 10 recognized on and in Credit Union Times. The W2W microsite features news, opinions, links to blogs, and recommended reads for aspiring Women to Watch.

2012 honorees are:

We changed things up in 2012 and looked also to those who support the industry. So our “10th” honorees were featured separately in a special focus report entitled Women to Watch Industry Supporters.

Nominations for 2013 are open at and will be accepted throughout the year.

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