Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions welcomes Six I-CUDEs as Class of 2022

New International Credit Union Development Educators come from five different countries

MADISON, WI (May 10, 2022) — Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions (WFCU) on May 10 welcomed six new members to the International Credit Union Development Educators’ (I-CUDEs) global family as the Class of 2022.

A diverse group of professionals from across the international credit union movement qualified for the unique designation after completing the four criteria required for I-CUDE status.

The I-CUDE Class of 2022 is comprised of:

  • Katrina Grant D’Aguilar, Jamaica (CaribDE)
  • Kevin Lashley, Barbados (CaribDE)
  • Angela Prestil, USA (NCUF)
  • Anne Owuor, Kenya (Africa DE)
  • Patrick Kiage, Kenya (Africa DE)
  • Paul Norgrove, U.K. (DEEU)

Each of the six designees will be recognized during a July 18 celebration event at the 2022 World Credit Union Conference in Glasgow, Scotland.

WFCU coordinates the I-CUDE application and review process in partnership with the seven active CUDE programs worldwide. Inclusion to become an I-CUDE requires each applicant to complete their home country’s DE program, in addition to three other criteria.

Credit Union Development Educators commit themselves to living the cooperative principles embedded in the global credit union movement and within each country that is home to credit unions.

For more information on the application process and timeline, visit

About Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions (WFCU)

Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions is committed to elevating awareness and encouraging the global credit union community to support Maui’s credit unions and member communities. WFCU will stay up to date on the Maui wildfires and provide updates to its champions and peers worldwide. World Council of Credit Unions is the global trade association and development platform for credit unions. World Council promotes the sustainable development of credit unions and other financial cooperatives around the world to empower people through access to high quality and affordable financial services. World Council advocates on behalf of the global credit union system before international organizations and works with national governments to improve legislation and regulation. Its technical assistance programs introduce new tools and technologies to strengthen credit unions' financial performance and increase their outreach. World Council has implemented 300+ technical assistance programs in 90 countries. Worldwide, 87,914 credit unions in 118 countries serve 393 million people. Learn more about World Council's impact around the world at  


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