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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion PSCU

PSCU Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

At PSCU, we cultivate a diverse, equitable and inclusive community where differences are embraced and treasured. Our culture is built on the foundation of treating everyone with respect and dignity, and we value diversity – of culture, of background, of perspective, of beliefs, of personality and thought – so, as one, we can achieve the greatest outcome.

PSCU CEO Chuck Fagan

Chuck Fagan President and CEO

“PSCU is built on inclusion and our belief that our employees are our greatest asset – not certain employees, but each and every one of us. We welcome wide-ranging perspectives and value diversity of thought here at PSCU because we know that innovative, forward-thinking ideas come from our passionate team members. Diversity is what makes our culture exceptional, and our inclusive environment serves as a model for how things should be.”

PSCU Business Resource Groups

Our Business Resource Groups (BRGs) provide an avenue for employees to share and to learn about a specific affinity. The BRGs offer the company guidance, education, communication and a celebration of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). More than 30% of PSCU’s workforce is actively involved in one of our BRGs.

Juntos Hispanic and Latinx resource group
Hispanic & Latinx resource group

EST. 2019

Help Juntos members reach their personal and professional development goals, help our communities, and be an inclusion and diversity role model for our credit unions.

PSCUnity resource group
Community of LGBTQ+ employees and their Allies

EST. 2018

Creating a community of LGBTQ+ employees and Allies to foster a respectful and diverse environment, where we support, connect, educate, advocate, and celebrate inclusive practices.

SAGE Susan Adams Gender Equality resource group
SAGE Susan Adams Gender Equality resource group

EST. 2011

Fearlessly leading the change to make gender equality a reality.

Sankofa resource group bringing our future forward
African American resource group

EST. 2017

An empowered network of diverse professionals dedicated to strengthening the knowledge, skills and confidence needed for success in our careers, communities and beyond.

VOT Voice of Tomorrow resource group
Voice of Tomorrow resource group for emerging leaders

EST. 2019

Provide a forum for engaging the talents, interests and ideas of emerging leaders through diversity of thought, developing professional growth, and strengthening PSCU and our communities.

Our Unique Stories

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Sheila P.
VP, Enterprise Program Management

To me, PSCU's DEI program is about educating and being educated! As the only African American VP at PSCU, one of my personal goals is to mentor others and instill confidence in their ability to succeed in whatever path they choose. My fellow BRG colleagues also educate me daily by sharing their perspectives, experiences & culture and they taught me to constantly learn and grow in order to be an inclusive leader.

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Shane H.
Sr. Learning Experience Designer

From senior leadership to my peers, diverse opinions are encouraged and discrimination is not tolerated at PSCU. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, I feel comfortable bringing my authentic self to work. I am an active participant in PSCUnity, one of our BRGs where employees can celebrate their uniqueness and champion diversity, equity and inclusion, such as the addition of pronouns to our signature lines.

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Donna W.
Learning Professional

Diversity, equity and inclusion allows everyone to have a seat at the table, and PSCU's commitment to that concept is evident. Working for this organization gives me the opportunity to fulfill my mission to produce work barrier-breaking, life changing and leaves a legacy. I'm so proud to be part of a company that invests in its people and aligns with my vision.

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Merry P.
SVP, Industry Engagement

The intentionality at which we are embracing and operationalizing DEI within our workplace and energizing others to do the same is one more validation that PSCU was, and still is, the best fit for me to call home. Collaborating with colleagues with different life experiences gives me a deeper and richer understanding and drives to me think and operate more broadly both in my professional and personal life.

Diversity: By the Numbers

PSCU is committed to building a diverse, equitable and inclusive work environment that reflects our incredibly diverse financial institutions and their accountholders. Just one way we measure the success of our DEI strategies is tracking the makeup of our employees over time. We know there is always more to do, but we use these quarterly diversity metrics to evaluate our progress and drive toward a more representative workforce.

Diversity Videos


Commitment to Change

DEI is about more than just responsibility. It is also about accountability, and it starts with each of us making a commitment to change and advancing diversity, equity and inclusion. We all have the power – through one word, one action or one story – to make a difference and influence positive change, and at PSCU, we are making strides to improve accountability as an organization through metrics, culture listening sessions and leadership accountability. We are creating a “racial justice” framework to move PSCU from a reactive posture to a more powerful, proactive and even preventive approach. We are also reviewing our talent ecosystem and talent processes for unconscious bias and inequity and then working with key stakeholders to close gaps, including inserting measurements to monitor positive progress.

Credit Union DEI Collective

The Credit Union Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Collective is an expanding group formed within the Credit Union Movement devoted to furthering DEI, a shared cooperative principle. The CU DEI Collective believes that diversity, equity and inclusion are fundamental to a vibrant, relevant and growing Credit Union Movement – and is good business. PSCU is proud to be a founding member of the DEI Collective, and our Chief Talent Officer, Lynn Heckler, serves as part of the governing body for this organization representing PSCU.

Equal Opportunity Employer Statement
PSCU is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, genetic information, citizenship status or membership in any other group protected by federal, state or local law.