Four outstanding cooperative leaders will receive the cooperative community’s highest honor on May 2, 2018, when they are inducted into the Cooperative Hall of Fame.
The inductees are Paul Bradley, founder and president of ROC USA; Rudy Hanley, retired president and CEO of SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union; Marilyn Scholl, manager of CDS Consulting Co-op; and Rosemary Mahoney, a veteran cooperative business consultant.
These cooperative leaders will be recognized at the annual Cooperative Hall of Fame dinner and induction ceremony at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., on the evening of May 2, 2018. In conjunction with the ceremony, a public forum on cooperative development and leadership will be held in the afternoon.
“This year’s Hall of Fame inductees reflect the very best co-op values. Their life stories inspire us. Their demonstrated commitment to co-op principles and their achievements have strengthened co-ops and made a real and lasting difference in the lives of people and the viability of communities,” said Rich Larochelle, chair of the Cooperative Development Foundation, which manages the Hall of Fame.
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