People Helping People: The Credit Union Difference

Financial Tea in the Morning

May 18 2021 • 15 mins

Security, inclusion, and...savings? Diego and his guests explain why belonging to a credit union is good for you and your money - with Kristin Harrison, director of business development at WebStrategies, Inc., Deb Salazar, chief experience officer at DNCU, and Juan Fernández Ceballos, incoming president and CEO of Credit Union Association of New Mexico.

It’s not a stretch to say that credit unions have more in common with emergency first responders than they do with banks. Like banks, credit unions make loans, receive deposits, and offer many other financial services. Where they differ is in the operational approach. As non-profit organizations, credit unions place member-owner needs over profits, investing in the communities they serve rather than Wall Street.

Financial Tea Hot Sip: You can set up an appointment with a financial advisor at your local credit union. Financial advisors help members create a plan for financial success - no judgment, no strings attached.

Working together to strengthen individual financial well-being; that’s the benefit of belonging.

We want to hear from you... what does it mean to YOU to belong? http://www.financialteainthemorning.com

Thank you to our featured guests:

Kristin Harrison

Director of Business Development

WebStrategies, Inc.



Deb Salazar

Chief Experience Officer

Del Norte Credit Union


Juan Fernández Ceballos

Incoming President and CEO

Credit Union Association of New Mexico


Visit us at http://www.financialteainthemorning.com


Financial Tea in the Morning is brought to you by Del Norte Credit Union.

Produced and Edited by Andrea Klunder at The Creative Impostor Studios and mixed by Edwin R. Ruiz

Recording Engineer: Kabby at Kabby Sound Studios in Santa Fe

Hosted by Diego Muñoz

Theme music by Ricardo Lambert

Cover art by Leonard Cummings

Logo design by Charlie Gonzalez at Axess Multimedia