The Cornerstone League Podcast is now available

Cornerstone league launches new podcast to provide credit union news, resources, and explore trends

PLANO, TEXAS (September 20, 2021) — The Cornerstone League has announced the launch of a new podcast, The Cornerstone League Podcast.

Available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts, The Cornerstone League Podcast aims to provide credit union professionals with resources to advance credit unions’ success across the Cornerstone region. This podcast series is dedicated to topics at the heart of the credit union industry to help credit union professionals build a better tomorrow for their organization, members, and the communities they serve.

“Our hope is that this new platform can provide vital information to our members which can help guide credit union leaders in their everyday operations and in their short- and long-term goal setting,” Vice President of Marketing and Communications Sylvia Lawson said. “Providing relevant and timely information to our members is part of the Cornerstone League’s value proposition and something in which we take great pride.”

In the inaugural episode, President/CEO Caroline Willard and Executive Vice President/Chief Advocacy Officer Jim Phelps share stories of resilience and discuss Cornerstone’s advocacy wins for 2021.

“I have great hope that this podcast will continue to build our Cornerstone community, serve as a great resource to our members, and help shape the trajectory of our industry,” Cornerstone League President and CEO Caroline Willard said. “Our team works hard to ensure that our members are equipped with critical industry news and resources to help them thrive.”

Scheduled as a monthly podcast, The Cornerstone League Podcast guests will discuss legislation and regulation affecting the credit union industry, professional development opportunities, credit union resources, and emerging trends.

Listen now on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.

About Cornerstone League
Cornerstone League is a regional credit union trade association, serving approximately 400 credit unions in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Cornerstone exists to advance the success of credit unions in the region through legislative and grassroots advocacy; regulatory and compliance support; training, educational, and networking opportunities; essential communications related to news and information affecting the credit union industry; and other products and services that establish Cornerstone as the essential partner for credit unions. For more information, visit


Tanya Dittberner
Director of Communications and Media Relations
Cornerstone League
800-442-5762, ext. 6626 (toll free)

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