May 29 2019
Research Event / Seattle, WA / Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Research Event | Center for Emerging Technology

The Future of Trust: How Technology Will Make it or Break it for your Credit Union

Thank you for attending the Future of Trust. We hope these presentations help you put technology to good use for your members. Check out a recap of the event here.

Filene Hosts
Taylor C. Nelms
Taylor C. Nelms
Senior Director, Research
Filene Research Institute
Bill Maurer
Bill Maurer
Dean, School of Social Sciences; Professor, Department of Anthropology and School of Law; Director, Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion
University of California, Irvine
Speakers
Nathan Schneider
Nathan Schneider
Journalist and Assistant Professor of Media Studies
University of Colorado, Boulder
Lana Swartz
Lana Swartz
Assistant Professor of Media Studies
University of Virginia
Eric Bulmash
Eric Bulmash
Manager, Community Business & Investment
Vancity Credit Union
Jonathan Donner
Jonathan Donner
Senior Director of Research
Caribou Digital
Seth Garz
Seth Garz
Program Officer for Research in Financial Services for the Poor
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Chris Hopen
Chris Hopen
CEO & Co-Founder
Switch
Brian Knollenberg
Brian Knollenberg
VP of Member Insights and Strategy
BECU
Paul Love
Paul Love
CISO
CO-OP Financial Services
Katie Macc
Katie Macc
President & Cofounder
Juntos
Shazia Manus
Shazia Manus
Chief Strategy & Business Development Officer at AdvantEdge Analytics
CUNA Mutual Group
Jing Wang
Jing Wang
Assistant Professor of Interactive Media & Business
NYU Shanghai
Melissa K. Wrapp
Melissa K. Wrapp
PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology
University of California, Irvine
Meg Young
Meg Young
PhD student
University of Washington iSchool

Center for Emerging Technology

Led by Filene Fellow Bill Maurer, the Center for Emerging Technology looks far into the future to connect credit unions with the most impactful technology and drive forward-thinking business decisions.

Filene's i³

(Ideas, Innovation, Implementation) claims more than 150 concepts focusing on product, service, and business model innovations to help credit unions build operational efficiency, generate loans, mobilize savings, reach communities, and strengthen membership.