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Northrim Bank Announces New Officers

Nov 25, 2020 | Finance, Right Moves

Right Moves - Blake Rod, Ian Sikeo and Kevin Anderson

Northrim Bank announced the promotion of Blake Rod to AVP – Branch Manager at the Lake Otis Community Branch, Ian Sikeo to Assistant Branch Manager at the Eastside Community Branch, and Kevin Anderson to Corporate Training Manager.

Rod has been with Northrim Bank since 2018. He holds a bachelor’s in business management from Minnesota State University Mankato. Rod is the coordinator for Northrim’s School Business Partnership at Fairview Elementary School in Anchorage.

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 Northrim Bank announced the promotion of Ian Sikeo to Assistant Branch Manager at the Eastside Community Branch

Sikeo joined Northrim in 2010 and has worked as Lead Teller, Universal Banker, and Branch Supervisor before being promoted to Assistant Branch Manager. He holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a minor in computer science from Charter College. Sikeo was awarded the Northrim Customer First Service Award in 2020 and has received the US Army Good Conduct Medal. He served in the US Army and US Army National Guard.

Northrim Bank announced the promotion of Kevin Anderson to Corporate Training Manager

Anderson came to Northrim Bank in 2019 and has six years of experience in the financial industry. He holds a bachelor’s in psychology from UAA.

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