Katy Slater

Katy Slater, Senior Vice President for Callahan & Associates, is passionate about the cooperative movement. She has over 25 years’ of experience working with the nation’s largest credit unions and CUSO suppliers providing strategic direction and leadership. She has been connecting with audiences on the national platform through insightful and informative speaking engagements for more than two decades.

Katy has held senior management positions in finance/auditing, operations, product development and marketing, giving her a keen ability to understand all angles of the industry. She is a proven strategic leader with a demonstrated ability to develop success strategies as well as implement strategic vision.

Katy holds a B.S. in Accounting from the University of South Florida, has earned her Certified Internal Auditor and Certified Fraud Examiner designations, and is a 5-time recipient of the Excellence in Management award while at GTE Federal Credit Union.

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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