LEVERAGING DATA & TALENT TO IMPROVE MEMBERS LIVES
That data transformation doesn’t have to feel overwhelming or expensive to be impactful.
That data transformation is only limited by an enterprise's dreams.
That to fulfill a credit union's mission to serve its members, it needs to leverage its data.
THRIVE is on a mission to simplify a data transformation process that will help credit unions to quickly and easily harness their data so that they can identify new revenue sources, lessen member friction, increase talent productivity and ultimately improve members lives.
We accomplish this by filling enterprise knowledge gaps, developing member-centric strategies, and deliver results in 90 days or less.
We believe that credit unions can leverage their data and talent to identify new revenue sources, reduce member friction, increase talent productivity that will improve members' lives
in 90 days or less.
Founder & CEO
Anne Legg is a recognized, award-winning industry expert, author, educator, member-centric data strategist who holds an MBA thesis on the credit union business model. She is the author of Big Data/Big Climb: A credit union playbook for leveraging data and talent to achieve revolutionary member relationships.
She is the founder and CEO of THRIVE Strategic Services where she has guided over 600 credit union leaders on a mission to simplify their data transformation and identify new revenue sources, lessen member friction, increase talent productivity to truly change member lives.
Anne has received numerous awards including;
CUNA MBDC Professional of the Year
Credit Union Executive Society Rising 100
CO-OP ThinkPrize semi-finalist
She has also been named “A Woman To Watch” By the Credit Union Times
Anne has been a lead instructor at the CUNA Marketing School and has acted as the subject matter expert for CUNA’s Credit Union marketing curriculum. Anne has also been an author for CUNA’s Environmental Scan, The Credit Union industry’s leading strategic planning guide.
Her work has been published and presented at both the 2012 and 2014 International Cooperative Summit,
Making her the only Credit Union professional in the United States to do so.
In 2019, she climbed the tallest freestanding mountain on the planet, Mt Kilimanjaro.