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Large Batch of Promotions at Northrim Bank

Apr 19, 2022 | Finance, Right Moves

Northrim Bank opened the third quarter of 2022 with several promotions and a couple of new hires.

Mhay Sy

Mhay Sy is now Senior Vice President, Special Credits and Loan Servicing Manager. Sy joined Northrim in 2007 and has twenty-three years of experience in the banking industry. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the Philippines and is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School. Sy volunteers with Junior Achievement, Habitat for Humanity, and the advisory group for Multicultural Education Concerns Advisory Committee.

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson is promoted to Vice President, Lending Branch Manager at the Kodiak Loan Production office. Anderson started at Northrim in 2020 and has twenty-five years of experience in the financial industry. He holds a bachelor’s degree in speech communication. Anderson is a board member of Kodiak Economic Development Company, Kodiak Community Foundation, and Kodiak Island Borough Board of Equalization.

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Angela Bradford becomes Vice President, Community Development and Loan Compliance Manager. Bradford has been with Northrim since 2014 and has twenty years of experience in banking. She volunteers with Junior Achievement, Cook Inlet Housing Authority, Seeds of Change, Fairview Elementary School, and the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce.

David Byrne

David Byrne is now Vice President, Loan Officer V at the Juneau Financial Center. Byrne joined Northrim in 2020 and has twenty-four years of experience in finance. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history from UAA. Byrne volunteers with the Juneau Rotary, Juneau Chamber of Commerce, the Southeast Conference, and the UAS business advisory board.

Lawrence Gluck

Lawrence Gluck is promoted to Vice President, Loan QA Officer. Gluck started at Northrim in 2015 and has thirty-five years in commercial banking and credit administration. He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey.

Jaime Kissner

Jaime Kissner becomes Vice President, Loan Officer V at the Juneau Financial Center. Kissner has been with Northrim since 2019 and has seventeen years of experience in the industry. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Northwestern State University in Louisiana. Kissner volunteers with the Midnight Suns Baseball Club on their board of directors and as an assistant coach.

Judy Schnese

Judy Schnese is now Vice President, Audit Manager. Schnese started at Northrim in 2009 and has thirty-three years of experience. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire.

Rodlynn Smallwood

Rodlynn Smallwood is promoted to Vice President, Operations Support Manager. Smallwood has been with Northrim since 2006 and has twenty-eight years of experience in the industry. Smallwood is the Food Bank leader with Greater Friendship Baptist church in Anchorage, collaborating with the Food Bank of Alaska for monthly food distribution.

Kendra Loges

Kendra Loges is now Associate Vice President, Electronic Channel Applications Manager. Loges started at Northrim Bank in 2001. She holds a Project Manager Professional certification. Loges received the Northrim Bank President’s Award in 2018.

Stephanie Love is promoted to Associate Vice President, Marketing and Sales Manager. Love has been with Northrim since 2016 and has more than eighteen years of experience in the industry. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Maine. Love volunteers with Campfire and Fairview Elementary School.

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Sarah Maycock becomes Associate Vice President, Electronic Banking Support Manager. Maycock joined Northrim in 2018 and has fourteen years of experience in finance. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.

Ian Sikeo

Ian Sikeo is promoted to Associate Vice President, Branch Manager. Sikeo came to Northrim in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a minor in computer science from Charter College. He served in the US Army and the Alaska National Guard. Sikeo is a member of the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Group and volunteers with Cook Inlet Housing Authority.

Catherine Hsieh becomes Associate Vice President, Senior Accountant – Home Mortgage Lending. Hsieh joined Northrim in 2017. She holds a master’s degree in marketing from Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane and an Advanced Accounting certificate from Santa Clara University in California. Hsieh volunteers with the RAIS program and the Tzu Chi Foundation. She received the Northrim Bank Customer First Service Award in 2018.

Eric Hamilton is also new to Northrim, coming aboard as Associate Vice President, Loan Officer IV – Commercial Real Estate. Hamilton has worked the last twelve years in financial services. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Concordia University in Oregon. Hamilton is a past member of Juneau Rotary and Chamber of Commerce. He also coaches basketball teams at the Boys & Girls Club of Alaska and the ARC Rec league.

Kristen Bush is now a Loan Review Officer. Bush joined Northrim in 2016 and has twenty-one years of experience in the banking industry. She holds an associate’s degree in occupational safety and health from UAA. Bush volunteers at Eagle River schools.

Tze Ming Teoh becomes Associate Vice President, Cybersecurity Program Manager. Teoh started at Northrim in 2020 and has more than ten years of experience in information security and technology risk management. He holds a master’s degree in technology entrepreneurship.

New to Northrim is Casey Campbell, hired as Vice President, Loan Officer IV – Commercial. Campbell has six years lending experience in commercial and real estate lending. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Central Washington University. Campbell is a current board member of Seashare.

Kaulen Pevan is promoted to Loan Officer II at the Wasilla Financial Center. Pevan has been with Northrim since 2019 and has seven years of experience in finance. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a marketing concentration from the University of Saint Mary in Kansas.

Nicole Mariman is now Associate Vice President, Operations Support Assistant Manager. Mariman joined Northrim in 2000 and has twenty-four years of experience in banking.

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