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Bond Stewart, Kyle Hernandez, Amanda Maly, and Jodie Stone Join Northrim Team

Dec 21, 2020 | Finance, Right Moves

Right Moves with Northrim team

Northrim Bank is proud to announce new officers hired in Anchroage. Bond Stewart, VP–Loan Officer, Commercial Real Estate; Kyle Hernandez, Assistant Brant Manager, Float Team; Amanda Maly, Consumer Leader; and Jodie Stone, Assistant Branch Manager, West Anchorage Branch.

Northrim Chairman, President, and CEO Joe Schierhorn is pleased to announce the new members of the Northrim Family.

Bond Stewart headshot

Stewart comes to Northrim Bank with thirty-two years of commercial and real estate lending experience throughout Alaska. He holds a bachelor of business management from UAA and is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School. A lifelong Alaskan, Stewart has been a member of Rotary, Chamber, and the Small Business Development Center.

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Kyle Hernandez headshot

Hernandez joins Northrim with nine years of experience in the financial services sector, five of which have been as a manager. He also has fourteen years of experience in retail sales. Hernandez has volunteered in many community events, including with the food bank and financial education events.

Amanda Maly headshot

Maly comes to Northrim with fifteen years of experience in banking, more than ten of those being in consumer and indirect lending. A lifelong Alaskan, Maly has been part of the Get Real Financial Fair in past years.

Jodie Stone headshot

Stone joins Northrim with twenty-two years of banking and leadership experience, working in retail banking and back office branch support. She has participated in the annual Heart Walk and Relay for Life events.

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