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Ted Goldwyn is a freelance writer for Callahan & Associates. He specializes in marketing, communications, and thought leadership for the credit union and financial services industry. Prior to starting his freelance writing career, Ted has more than 18 years of experience in financial services management. He served for more than eight years as director of business services at Corning Credit Union in Corning, NY, and for nearly 10 years as vice president and product manager for small business services at The Bank of New York in New York City. Ted holds a Bachelor of Science degree in applied economics and management from Cornell University. He also holds a Master of Business Administration degree in finance and international business from New York University’s Stern School of Business. He lives in the Finger Lakes Region of New York state with his wife, three children, and two dogs.
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