News & Notes: Here’s What’s Happening Around the Northwest

Peninsula Promoted Kimberly Ingham to Vice President, Member Engagement

Peninsula Credit Union is delighted to announce that Kimberly Ingham has been promoted to the position of Vice President, Member Engagement.

Ms. Ingham has been with Peninsula Credit Union for 22 years. Starting as a Member Service Representative in the Port Orchard branch, she grew to become a branch, then regional manager. For the past five years, Kim has held the title of Assistant Vice President of Branch Operations.

Kim is passionate about service. This includes her church, her family, and advocating for member service and financial education. She is an effective leader, participating in the Kitsap Asset Building Coalition, Kitsap County Chapter of Credit Unions, and the Northwest Credit Union Association. Kim received the designation of Credit Union Development Educator in 2013 and is also a Certified Financial Counselor.

The promotion of Kimberly Ingham to Vice President, Member Engagement demonstrates Peninsula Credit Union’s continued commitment to quality member experience and financial education.

OnPoint Community Credit Union Promotes Angela Edwards

OnPoint Community Credit Union today announced that Angela Edwards has been named manager of the credit union’s Murrayhill branch in Beaverton, Oregon.

As branch manager, Edwards is responsible for all daily operations at the branch, providing leadership to branch staff and developing new business relationships.

Edwards has nearly 20 years of financial services experience and has worked at OnPoint for seven years. She began as a teller and worked up to her most recent role of assistant branch manager at the Murrayhill office.

“With her extensive experience and proven leadership skills, Angela will continue to be an outstanding asset to our members and the Murrayhill branch,” said OnPoint’s President and CEO, Rob Stuart. “Her knowledge of the neighborhood is an invaluable resource as we continue to deepen our presence in Southwest Beaverton.”

In her free time, Edwards enjoys volunteering with the American Legion and the Beaverton School District Clothes Closet “I am excited to lead our team in the community I call home,” said Edwards. “Southwest Beaverton and Murrayhill are thriving and I look forward to strengthening relationships with our members and the broader community.”

Questions about this story? Contact James Pearson: 206.340.4790, jpearson@nwcua.org.

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