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SELCO Promotes Jessica Redman to Vice President, Cash Management Officer for Commercial & Business Banking

Redman brings 10 years of experience to her new role

(SPRINGFIELD, Ore.) — SELCO Community Credit Union has promoted Jessica Redman to vice president, cash management officer for its Commercial & Business Banking division. In this role, Redman will be responsible for expanding and maintaining SELCO’s business deposit and cash management portfolios, primarily for the Eugene/Springfield market.

Redman has worked at SELCO since 2012 and joined Commercial & Business Banking in 2015. In her tenure at SELCO, she has served as assistant vice president, commercial loan officer; and most recently, assistant vice president, cash management officer for Commercial & Business Banking.

In addition to her promotion, Redman recently passed the Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) exam. The CTP designation is a benchmark for competency in the finance profession and the leading credential in corporate treasury worldwide.

“Jessica consistently goes above and beyond expectations,” said Cristina Lamoureux, vice president, cash management officer and team leader for Commercial & Business Banking. “We are thrilled to have such a determined and motivated banker expanding her role within SELCO and our community. Jessica demonstrates at the highest level her dedication to SELCO’s corporate values and the success of the Commercial & Business Banking team.”

Redman grew up in Bend and has lived in Eugene since graduating from Oregon State University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Finance. Through the years, Redman has been an active community volunteer and currently serves as the Steering Committee Chair for Leadership Eugene Springfield, Advisory Board Chairman for the Alpha Xi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta, and is a member of Springfield Rotary. In her free time, she enjoys playing golf and exploring the Pacific Northwest with her partner, Carlos, and their two corgis.

For more information on SELCO’s Commercial & Business Banking division, visit selco.org/BusinessBanking.

About SELCO Community Credit Union
Founded 86 years ago by a group of fiscally minded teachers, Springfield-based SELCO Community Credit Union today serves more than 150,000 members as one of the largest and longstanding Oregon-based credit unions. A not-for-profit, federally insured, member-driven financial cooperative with more than $2.6 billion in assets, SELCO provides its member-owners with exceptional rates and low fees on a full range of financial products and services, including banking, mortgages, personal and business loans, investments, and insurance. Membership is available to anyone who lives or works in one of the 27 Oregon or eight Washington counties SELCO serves. For more information or to become a member today, stop by one of SELCO’s 15 branches, visit selco.org, or call 800-445-4483.

Contacts
Jacob Berns, SELCO, 541-338-3841, jberns@selco.org
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