E.C. Harrison

E.C. Harrison is a freelance writer for  Callahan & Associates. With more than 25 years of experience in writing and editing, he has spent most of his career helping readers understand the latest developments in technology, financial services, and government affairs. He has previously served as a newspaper writer and editor, magazine editor, book editor, speechwriter, and digital marketing manager.

E.C. has received numerous awards for public service, news writing, technology research papers, and marketing/advertising material. A native of South Carolina, he holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of South Carolina, where he specialized in creative writing and minored in news-editorial journalism.

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By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 12, 2022

VSECU is one of a few financial institutions that serves the needs of cannabis businesses in Vermont. By doing so, the credit union addresses an area of financial exclusion within its field of membership.

By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 12, 2022

As a values-based organization, VSECU takes seriously the cooperative principle of concern for community. This is evident in the community programs it supports, which range from securing better fuel prices to fighting food insecurity.

By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 12, 2022

Leaders at VSECU discuss culture, environmental impact, the growth of green lending, and cooperative finance at the Vermont cooperative.

 

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By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 10, 2022

From lending off the grid to feeding appetites and wallets — and much more in between — VSECU supports quality of life for members, business, and communities across the state of Vermont.

By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 10, 2022

Five graphs that dive into the financial performance of the Green Mountain State cooperative.

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