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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
It is the Credit Union's shared belief that employees should be able to enjoy a workplace free from all forms of discrimination. All decisions will be made without discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, national origin, disability, age, height, weight, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other classification.

At MSUFCU, we build, protect, and support an inclusive environment where all are welcome and all have an equal opportunity for success. We create an equitable environment of inclusion where everyone is empowered to bring their full, authentic selves, as meaningful contributors, where diversity, equity, and inclusion are interwoven in all aspects of our work. To support this invaluable work, we added the position of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Director to work alongside the Chief Community Development Officer.
Amanda Denney • Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the Credit Union serves as the lead role in collaborating with the executive team, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council, employees across all levels, Affinity Groups, and our communities to identify programs and initiatives that will be valuable and impactful to the Credit Union, all of its employees, and community members.
Whitney Anderson-Harrell • Chief Community Development Officer

As part of our diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, we offer Affinity Groups (AGs). Founded by and for employees, AGs provide social events, mentorship relationships, and professional opportunities for employees in all departments. By working alongside Human Resources and our executive team, AGs aim to create positive change and further supplement our rich and progressive culture.
CU Pride
CU Pride is centered around enabling members of the LGBTQIA+ community to be seen and heard for who they are, both as employees and as members of MSUFCU.

Recently, CU Pride has:

• Introduced pronouns to employee email signatures and intranet profiles
• Donated $500 to Salus Center in honor of Pride Month
• Created an LGBTQIA+ webinar series
• Expanded inclusive language throughout internal and external channels
• Developed a resource list pertaining to the complex intersection of race and sexuality.
African American Affinity Group (AAAG)
The African American Affinity Group has positively impacted all of us at MSUFCU through:

• Racial justice forums
• A resource list for navigating conversations about race
• A partnership with the CU Book Club to discuss White Fragility by Robin Di'Angelo
• An installation of the Age Alive paper butterfly garden exhibit at our Headquarters
• Support of Lansing's Historical Black Colleges and Universities Tour
CU Parent Support
The CU Parent Support Resource Group offers a community through which current and future parents can find resources, support, and strong relationships.

Recently, CU Parent Support has met virtually to provide each other tips for working parents dealing with online and virtual learning for their children.
LAAAG - Latine Arriba y Adelante
Added in December 2020, the mission of the LAAAG is to allow employees from Hispanic backgrounds to come together to share their experiences with each other and allies. Goals for this group include charitable outreach and education about Hispanic culture to ensure banking needs are being met.
CU Prime
Added in January 2021, this AG allows employees that are 50 years of age and older to connect. The mission of CU Prime includes education and information sharing on the aging population, advocacy for older members, and helping to bridge technological skill gaps for older employees. Their goals include partnering with the Tri-County Office of Aging to share valuable resources and volunteering at local nursing homes.
CU Capable
CU Capable's mission is to provide resources, information, and support for Credit Union employees, their families, and allies who may be living with disabilities. We will be a source of encouragement, support, and education in being an advocate for those living with a disability.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council
The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council was established in 2020. This internal council offers cross-organizational membership with representation from a diverse range of employees and team members. They provide effective mechanisms for managing and initiating future diversity and inclusion programs within the Credit Union.