Public Service Credit Union’s greiving chosen for Filene i3 Program
Public Service Credit Union is proud to announce Ben Greiving, Chief of Staff & General Counsel, chosen for Filene Research Institute’s i3 Program
DENVER, CO (December 27, 2017) — Public Service Credit Union (PSCU) is proud to announce Ben Greiving, PSCU Chief of Staff & General Counsel, is one of 16 credit union professionals chosen to take part in the distinguished Filene Research Institute’s i3 (Ideas, Innovation, Implementation) Program.
Each year, the i3 Program selects “next generation leaders” from within the national credit union community to find innovative solutions to the industry’s “most flummoxing problems.” Originating in 2004, the program has produced 150 concepts helping credit unions troubleshoot tough issues such as student loan debt, will preparation, and developing healthy financial habits in millennials.
Greiving was nominated to the two-year i3 program after completing a lengthy tryout process that included an essay and a team innovation project. “I look forward to the next two years of innovation with this team,” said Greiving. “This is a chance to really think outside the box and generate unique solutions that will benefit the credit union movement.”
Greiving has served PSCU for more than 7 years as a legal, compliance, ERM, strategic planning, and project management professional. A practicing attorney with a JD from the Florida State University College of Law, Greiving also graduated with high honors from Western CUNA Management School in 2016.
About Canvas Credit Union
Canvas Credit Union is a safe and insured financial institution with over $4.2 billion in assets and nearly 298,000 members. Canvas provides a full array of financial products and services, including savings, checking, loans, mortgages, and online and mobile options. Serving Colorado communities for more than 84 years, Canvas currently has 33 branches. Internally, Canvas is well recognized for its culture and has been certified by the Great Place to Work® Institute for four consecutive years.