Katy Slater

Katy Slater is a Senior Vice President at Callahan & Associates. When Katy is not leading the firm’s initiatives to promote a positive culture and live out its value proposition, sheis pushing the movement’s leaders to think more deeply about what it means to be a cooperative in today’s financial services industry.

Through speaking engagements, strategic planning sessions, seminar facilitation, and more, Katy continuously widens the circle around her to ensure she — and those with whom she works — are making a positive difference in the lives of others.

Katy has worked in the financial services industry for 35 years, including a dozen years at GTE Federal Credit Union and another decade at PSCU. Her infectious energy and ability to work collaboratively with employees at all levels make her an effective resource in implementing new systems and ideas at any organization, and her experience with, for, in, and around nearly every facet of the credit union industry lends credibility to her enthusiasm.

Katy values authenticity, honesty, and fun, but a bachelor’s degree in accounting and designations as a Certified Internal Auditor and Certified Fraud Examiner are testament to her ability to work diligently for a higher cause.

A Michigan native, Katy has fond memories of growing up in a small town with a large family that included four siblings and five step-siblings. Today, she makes a hobby of supporting her husband of 30 years and her two “amazing, intelligent, beautiful” daughters. After baking, volunteering, exercising, and more, she resolutely finds time to end every day with a good book.

RECENT POSTS BY KATY SLATER

By Katy Slater | April 20, 2020

Uncertainties shouldn’t dissuade an honest reflection on whether leadership teams have the right tools to tackle the tasks at hand.

By Katy Slater | Jan. 8, 2020

Credit unions have been making decisions based on perceived outcomes rather than purpose. That needs to change.

By Katy Slater | Oct. 14, 2019

Many credit unions talk about mission, vision, and values. But even a guiding light requires people to look up and follow it.

 

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By Katy Slater | Feb. 25, 2019

Doing the right thing is a business model that combines profit, passion, and the pursuit of happiness.

By Katy Slater | Sept. 24, 2018

Challenging the reticent and pushing for actionable insight from naysayers can enliven a stagnant feedback loop and push company culture forward.

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