The CUInsight Experience podcast: Renée Sattiewhite – Let’s be clear (#52)

first_imgWelcome to episode 52 of The CUInsight Experience podcast. Hosted by Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com. In this episode Randy welcomes Renée Sattiewhite to the show. Renée is the President and CEO of the African-American Credit Union Coalition. Randy and Renée both attended the 20th SACCA Congress in Mombasa, Kenya, where they got to spend a little time together. Listen as they talk about everything that’s going on at the African American Credit Union Coalition, some of the ideas they have come up with, and the opportunities that exist.Renée speaks about why the AACUC attends conferences even when they are far away, their partnership with ACCOSCA, and how mission-driven the SOCCO’s are in Africa. She also talks about the mission of AACUC, DEI, and how the credit union movement can move forward in the coming years.She also discusses the events that the AACUC organizes, her inspiration to take the position as CEO, and what they are doing to get more young leaders involved with the credit union movement. She believes that to lead in credit unions today, you must show the three characteristics of the titans in the industry, integrity, purpose, and a heart for service and leadership.Renée talks about the line between ego and confidence, young leaders needing balance, and the advice she has been given over the years that she still uses today. Don’t miss this exciting conversation, Renee has seen it all and is ready to share with us. Get your pen and paper ready because Renée drops nuggets of great information through the whole episode. Enjoy!Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, StitcherHow to find Renée:Renée Sattiewhite, President and CEO of the African-American Credit Union [email protected] | Twitter | Facebook | Vimeo Show notes from this episode:Check out the inspiring work Renée and the AACUC are doing for credit unions here.Also check out Renée’s company Sattiewhite Training Productions Inc.Shout-out: George OmbadoShout-out: Bert J. Hash Jr.Shout-out: Sheilah MontgomeryShout-out: To the DE network far and wide. Become one. You won’t regret it.Shout-out: Maureen and Betty Rose at ACCOSCAShout-out: Lynette Smith, Maurice Smith, Adrian JohnsonShout-out: Jill NowackiMovie mentioned: HarrietShout-out: Chuck Fagan and PSCUCredit unions mentioned and appreciated: SECU, SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union, Local Government Federal Credit Union, MECU, Together Credit UnionShout-out: Doug Leighton and VISAShout-out: CUNA – Lauren Williams, Jamar Jemison, Ron JoossCredit union mentioned: United Nations FCUShout-out: Filene – You can listen to the podcast Renée mentioned here.Shout-out: Bill Cheney and Crissy CheneyShout-out: Maurice Smith and the 8th Cooperative Principles article he wrote earlier this year.Shout-out: Hubert Hoosman, Pete Crear, Michael HaleShout-out: United Way of Greater Atlanta VIP ProgramShout-out: Shirley Jenkins, Rita Haynes, Helen Godfrey-SmithShout-out: Bill PorterShout-out: Marsha MajorsShout-out: Lois KitschShout-out: Bob Trunzo and CUNA Mutual GroupShout-out: Mark Meyer, Gigi Hyland, Hannibal BrumskineShout-out: Jim Blaine, Chairman Rodney HoodShout-out: Timothy AndersonCheck out Renée’s line of motivational posters: Sattiewhite Must Do’sShout-out: Merry PeteukAlbum mentioned: Wild and Peaceful by Teena MarieBook mentioned: Sowing Seeds: Life Lessons from My Father by Maurice R. SmithBook mentioned: The Purpose Driven Life by Rick WarrenBook mentioned: The Prayer of Jabez by Bruce H. WilkinsonBook mentioned: The Secret by Rhonda ByrneShout-out: Ed Presnell, Adam Lee, Cathie MahonShout-out: Tracey JacksonCheck out the AACUC Reaching Towards the Future internship program.Previous guests mentioned in this episode: George Ombado, Lynette Smith, Maurice Smith, Adrian Johnson, Jill Nowacki (episodes 4, 18 & 37), Chuck Fagan, Doug Leighton, Bill Cheney,  Lois Kitsch, Bob Trunzo, Gigi HylandYou can find all past episodes of The CUInsight Experience here. In This Episode:[01:37] – Welcome to the show, Renee![02:26] – Renee talks about why they need to participate in events even when they are halfway around the world and their partnership with ACCOSCA.[03:39] – They discuss how mission-driven the credit unions are in Africa.[05:50] – What is the mission statement for the AACUC? Why was the organization set up?[07:16] – Renee speaks about walking a mile in her and things forward in the credit union industry.[12:11] – She says that credit unions need to embrace the eighth cooperative principle for the industry to stay relevant.[13:33] – What inspired you to take the position at AACUC?[17:49] – The inspiration has to become more humble, more of service, and to get out her way and listen more.[23:21] – Renee speaks about what needs to be done to get the young leaders into the credit union movement.[24:59] – She believes that young leaders need to find balance on the four quadrants; personal and professional life, mental and physical stability.[26:45] – How do you draw the line between ego and confidence?[27:13] – Let’s be clear, and by when and give up the need to be right are things the people around her hear all the time.[28:28] – What piece of advice were you given that you go back to all of the time?[31:26] – How do you keep your message fresh?[32:28] – When she has a day off, she likes to crochet and shop.[34:01] – She was suspended from school two times once in second grade and once in sixth grade.[35:10] – Renee tells us she does a daily devotional every day before she goes to work.[36:02] – What is your favorite album?[36:55] – What is your favorite book or the one you give out to people a lot?[39:02] – The opinion of others has become less important to her, and her health and family are most important.[41:19] – Maurice Smith is who she thinks about when she hears the word success.[45:52] – Her final thoughts are about Reaching Toward the Future Internship Program with Tracy Jackson. 16SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Randall Smith Randall Smith is the co-founder of CUInsight.com, the host of The CUInsight Experience podcast, and a bit of a wanderlust.As one of the co-founders of CUInsight.com he … Web: www.CUInsight.com Detailslast_img read more

Jamaican extradition enquiry report released

first_img Share Share 19 Views   no discussions Share Tweetcenter_img Sharing is caring! NewsRegional Jamaican extradition enquiry report released by: – June 16, 2011 By Latonya LintonChristopher “dudus” Coke. Photo credit: guardian.co.ukKINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — The report of the Commission of Enquiry into the extradition of Christopher “Dudus” Coke was tabled in Jamaica’s House of Representatives on Tuesday by Prime Minister Bruce Golding.It contains four main recommendations to the government, including that the portfolios of Minister of Justice and Attorney General be separated.“We have considered the quality and amount of work that is done by the Attorney General’s Department, and the quality and volume of work done by the Ministry of Justice, and we recommend that these departments be headed by two different people,” the reported stated.It further stated that the Attorney General should not have to be a Minister or a member of either house of Parliament, but may attend Cabinet meetings at the invitation of the Prime Minister.The report also recommended that Cabinet should be informed of any amendments or memoranda affecting constitutional rights, and that Commissioners involved in enquiries should be given the powers of a Supreme Court Judge, for the purpose of being able to cite persons for contempt.“We think the behaviour of counsel would be very different, if the Commissioners were to be given the right to cite them for contempt. We therefore recommend an amendment to the Enquiries Act, to give Commissioners the power to commit for contempt,” the report said.The document also recommended that the Enquiries Act should provide that commissioners can state a case for the opinion of the Supreme Court, in matters of law.In specific relation to the Coke Enquiry, the report noted that, although late in signing the Authority to Proceed, Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Senator Dorothy Lightbourne, acted reasonably when she did.The document also stated that the supply of Christopher Coke’s telephone records to United States government agencies was a breach of his constitutional rightsThe Commission of Enquiry was appointed by the Governor General Sir Patrick Allen on October 19, 2010, on the advice of Golding. The Commissioners were chairman, Emil George QC, Anthony Irons OJ and Donald Scharshmidt QC.The prime minister, Lightbourne, Minister of National Security Dwight Nelson and opposition spokesman, Peter Phillips were grilled for several days by attorneys appearing at the enquiry.The Enquiry was initially scheduled to end on February 28, but was twice extended by the governor-general at the request of the Commissioners. It was established to examine the handling of the extradition of Coke to the United States, on drugs and gun running charges, in 2010.Caribbean News Nowlast_img read more

Padraic Maher to captain hurlers in 2018

first_imgIt’s been confirmed that Thurles Sarsfields’ Padraic Maher will retain his captaincy of the Tipperary hurlers in 2018.The two-time All-Ireland winner was first appointed to the role last November.He succeded Brendan Maher, who lifted both the Munster Cup and the Liam McCarthy in 2016, when Padraic was the team’s vice-captain. He was awarded his fifth All-Star last week, having previously earned the award in in 2009, 2011, 2014 and 2016.last_img