The gamification market is projected to grow to $30.7B by 2025 and financial institutions have an opportunity to get in the game.
All the way from Florida, Megan Jackson brings her sunny personality to the Filene team as our Incubation Manager.
Megan joins Filene with a long standing passion for the credit union industry. Starting as a teller at CFE Federal Credit Union while she returned to school she continued to build her career and later became the Assistant Manager of Member Services, Manager of Member Services and finally the Regional Director of Youth Outreach focusing on building her credit union’s future by engaging youth.
After crashing the GAC with Filene’s Cooperative Trust and joining i3 in 2017, her interest in Filene was piqued. But she found her true calling once she heard about the expansion of Filene’s incubation program at big.bright.minds. Megan was ready to make a difference on a national level.
In her role, Megan is most excited to help build a community of credit unions willing to test ideas and programs that will make real change for the cooperative finance industry. Processes are her jam and she looks forward to using her skills to help streamline our incubation process.
When you meet Megan don’t forget to ask her which year she won “Fastest Pizza Maker” at the Pizza Hut Olympics, the latest outdoor adventures her dog (Officer) and fiancé (Jack) are enjoying, and whether or not she was finally able to use her antique sled during the Wisconsin winter.
The Latest from Megan
FinTech Catalyst Incubator: Spartacus
In this report we analyze the desirability and feasibility of Spartacus and if it can help consumers protect their privacy and prevent identity theft.
FinTech Catalyst Incubator: Finhabits
Through a partnership with CMFG Ventures, Filene Research Institute continues the work of the FinTech Catalyst Incubator to test promising...
FinTech Catalyst Incubator: Steady
Filene's FinTech Catalyst Incubator analyzes Steady to see if it can create a positive influence on the member’s and credit union’s financial health.