Bob Newcomb has served as President and CEO of SELCO Community Credit Union since 2007. Prior to that, Newcomb held executive management positions at some of the nation’s largest and most progressive credit unions. In all, he has 40 years of experience in the credit union industry.
Newcomb is recognized as a leader in credit union management disciplines, including finance, technology, operations, lending, and strategic planning. He was elected to serve four consecutive terms on the board of the Northwest Credit Union Association and has been appointed to a wide range of regional and national credit union advocacy task forces.
He holds a B.A. from DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana.
Tiffany Washington was named Executive Vice President of Finance & Operations for SELCO Community Credit Union in 2021 after serving as Senior VP of Finance and Member Solutions since 2006. Washington is responsible for overseeing the credit union’s branches and call centers, as well as the finance, accounting, team member experience, marketing, and operations support areas.
Washington began her career at SELCO in 1985 and has been a member of SELCO’s senior management team since 2001, when she was promoted to SELCO’s Vice President of Finance.
Washington holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon and a Master of Business Administration from Northwest Christian University. She is currently a member of the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Mutual Group’s Credit Union Protection Advisory Council, is actively involved in the community, and enjoys volunteering with Food for Lane County and her church.
Craig Carpenter has worked for SELCO Community Credit Union since 2003 and serves as its Senior Vice President of Lending & Business Banking. Carpenter is responsible for maximizing SELCO’s organizational performance. He develops both short-term and long-term plans and visions for all facets of lending in accordance with SELCO’s operational and strategic objectives. Carpenter oversees the credit union’s consumer lending, commercial and business banking, and mortgage areas. He also serves as the Credit Manager for SELCO.
Carpenter has 36 years of experience in the banking industry. Prior to joining SELCO, he was a Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer for Washington Mutual Bank. He also held multiple managerial and commercial lending positions at Western Bank and West One Bank.
He currently serves on the Junction City Revolving Loan Fund Committee and the Southern Willamette Valley Prison Advisory Committee.
Carpenter is a graduate of Eastern Oregon University.
Kirk Letourneau was promoted to Senior Vice President of Information Services and Technology in 2021. He previously served as VP of Information Services & Technology for 12 years before being elevated to his current role. In 2006, Letourneau joined the credit union as the Director of Information Services. Letourneau oversees SELCO’s information technology, including the core banking platform, member-facing electronic services, application development, voice and data communications, internal IT infrastructure, office automation, project management, and information security.
Prior to SELCO, Letourneau was the Information Systems Manager for the Oregon Department of Corrections Health Services Division and held multiple managerial positions at InfoGroup Northwest.
Letourneau is a graduate of Oregon State University. He serves as a director on the Board of Managers for Inova LLC, a collaborative Credit Union Service Organization, and was previously a board member for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lane County, a nonprofit dedicated to advocating for children who have been removed from their homes by the state.
Steve McIntire was elevated to Senior Vice President of Enterprise Risk & General Counsel for SELCO Community Credit Union in 2021 after serving as VP of Administration and General Counsel since 2006. McIntire oversees the credit union’s legal (including litigation matters), collections, financial investigations, enterprise risk, vendor management, administration and administrative oversight to internal audit. He also serves as Chief Operating Officer of SELCO Group Inc. (SELCO’s wholly-owned insurance subsidiary) and oversees SELCO Investment and Retirement Services.
Prior to SELCO, McIntire was in private practice for five years specializing in creditors’ rights and family law. McIntire received a Bachelor of Science from Linfield College and his Juris Doctor from the University of Oregon School of Law. McIntire enjoys volunteering and has served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), for which he advocates for children who have been removed from their homes by the state. He also served on the Eugene Citizen Review Board (Police Oversight) and the Police Commission.