- Tune in to hear Del Norte Credit Union spill the tea on the growing popularity behind the global credit union movement
- Gain a deeper understanding of financial cooperatives as host and knowledgeable guests demystify credit union membership
- Taste a Financial Tea “Hot Sip” at end of each episode – an actionable takeaway to strengthen your financial fitness today
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Season 1 Preview
Discover how Financial Tea in the Morning captures the passion, grit and difference that financial cooperatives are making every day and find out how Del Norte Credit Union is improving lives in New Mexico.
Episode 1: People Helping People
Security, inclusion, and…savings? Diego and his guests explain why belonging to a credit union is good for you and your money.
Episode 2: Global Vision, Local Focus
Credit unions are local where it matters, no matter where in the world they’re based. Diego and his guests explore this credit union commitment to community…
Episode 3: Relationship Banking In A Digital World
Diego and his guests discuss the innovative interactive technologies that credit unions use to enhance member experience and strengthen relationships…
Episode 4: Breaking The Cycles Of Debt Through Financial Fitness
For better or worse, our views and habits about money are shaped by the environments in which we grew up…
Episode 5: Mission, Vision, Values: Making an Impact...
In addition to the personalized financial expertise that members receive, credit unions also offer meaningful career opportunities and advancement to their employees.
Episode 6: The Future of Credit Unions Post-COVID
What will banking and belonging look like in a post-pandemic world? That’s the question Diego posed to all of his guests for this season’s finale.
Diego MunozFormer AVP, Communication & Branding, Del Norte Credit Union
Diego Munoz, former Associate Vice President of Communication and Branding at Del Norte Credit Union is your host for season 1 of Financial Tea In The Morning.
— Deb Salazar, DNCU
“We operate probably just like a bank, but deep down inside, at the core who we are, it’s really about people helping people.”