Kane began his Red Canoe career in 1972 as a loan interviewer.
Financial center will bring convenient financial services to more than 21,000 BECU members in Burien, Washington.
Rivermark promoted Nick Hodson, Rob Mills, and Seth Schaefer to C-level positions in finance, technology and experience, respectively. Columbia welcomed Joey Rudisill as SVP and CIO.
The episode touched on a number of topics around the credit union’s philanthropic work.
The Oregon and Southwest Washington Chapter of Junior Achievement is seeking volunteers in Gresham, Portland and Beaverton, OR.
The project is part of the Steamboat Square development.
The credit union added two new managers and a community development officer to its team.
Romero was recognized in mid-October, while Lower Valley Credit Union took home honorable mention during the recent National Federation Conference. Rivermark Community CU supported the next generation of business leaders.
For the first time in more than a decade, Oregon’s seat on the FHLB Board of Directors will be occupied by a credit union representative. OnPoint’s Rob Stuart joins BECU’s Benson Porter on the board in January.
The Northwest CUDE-certified universe grew by four recently as part of a 40 person training was held with the Foundation.
Nearly 2,000 Spokane-area students will learn about finances in real-world simulations this fall and next spring.
Olney takes over for Kathie Philp, a long time credit union advocate. We talked to him about his journey from Board Member to CEO, and his outlook on advocacy.
The prize-linked savings program has saved Northwest credit union members more than $2.6 million so far. Here’s what the program could mean for your members.
Advantis CU Sends $10K to Doernbecher; iQ CU staff volunteers on holiday; Red Canoe CU’s Jacobson wins MAXX Leaderboard contest.
Financial reality fairs were held across the Northwest to celebrate International Credit Union Day, while Spokane credit unions broke out tools for a playground build. Some Oregon fairs also featured a Proclamation from Gov. Kate Brown recognizing credit unions’ contributions to the state.
Employees partnered with Community Action Team on Columbus Day.
The four separate events were held in Corvallis, North Albany, and Keizer serving more than 1,400 vehicles and shredding more than 28 tons of sensitive materials.
The credit union fully-funded 100 percent of the 29 teacher project requests posted, where funds for each project range from $ 200 to $ 3,342 for books, tablets, field trips and more.