Leadership and Compensation

Columbia Credit Union is a cooperative financial institution with strategic leadership from our Board of Directors and audit oversight by our Supervisory Committee. Columbia is a state-chartered credit union regulated by the Washington State Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) at the state level and the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) at the federal level.

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Call for Nomination Applications

December kicks off with our Open Call for Nomination Applications. Members age 18 and older, as of November 30, 2019 (our Voting Date of Record), are eligible to apply for nomination during our Call for Applicants. Three Board Directors positions and one Supervisory Committee position will be filled to serve the membership until the 2023 Annual Meeting. Deadline to apply is 5pm, Dec. 31, 2019.

Credit Union Bylaws

The Bylaws are provided for general information.

Board of Directors

Kelly Love

Chair

​Became CCU Official: 2015; Became Director: 2015; Current Term Expires: 2021; Current Board Committees: Executive, Board Development

Member Since: 1991 

Residency: Vancouver, WA 

Employment Status: Full-time 

Education: Washington State University – BA Humanities; Everett Community College – AA Communications 

Employment History: Chief Communications Officer, Clark College – 2019 – Present, Community-Media Relations, Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center – 2015–2019; CEO/President, Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce – 2010–2015; District Director, U.S. Rep. Brian Baird – 2005–2010; News Reporter/Anchor KGW TV – 1991–2005; News Reporter/Anchor KUTV TV – 1987-1991 

Community/Volunteer Services: Board Member, The Children’s Center – 2010–present; Board Member, Association Washington Business – 2010– present; Board Member, SW WA Workforce Development – 2010–present; Board Member, Leadership Clark County – 2010-present

Carol Van Natta

Vice Chair

​Became CCU Official: 2017; Became Director: 2017; Current Term Expires: 2020; Current Board Committees: Executive, Policy Review

Member Since: 2016

Residency: Camas, WA

Employment Status: Retired 

Education: University of Missouri, Kansas City – MPA Nonprofit Management; Portland State University – BA English

Employment History: Executive Director, PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center Foundation – 2013-2019; Vice President, Oregon State University Foundation, Portland Office – 2008–2013; Vice Chancellor for Advancement, University of Washington, Tacoma – 2002-2008; Director of Development, College of Business, University of Denver – 2000-2002; Director of Development, Schools of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio – 1998-2000; Special Assistant to the President, University of Texas at San Antonio – 1993-1998; Development Officer, Henry W. Bloch School of Business and School of Education, University of Missouri, Kansas City – 1986-1993

Community/Volunteer Services: Board Member, Identity Clark County – 2013-present; Board Member, Association of Fundraising Professionals Foundation – 2013-present; Chair, Campaign for St. Luke Lutheran Church – 2013-present; Past President, Association of Fundraising Professionals Oregon/SW Washington Chapter – 2011-2013; Board Member, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry – 2010-2013

Marci White-Stumpf

Secretary

Became CCU Official: 2015; Became Director: 2015; Current Term Expires: 2021; Current Board Committees: Executive, Financial Performance

Member Since: 2010

Residency: Vancouver, WA

Employment Status: Full-time

Education: Washington State University – BA Business Administration; Clark College – AA General Studies

Employment History: CPA, Peterson & Associates – 2005–present; Office Assistant, First Pacific Associates – 2003–2005; CNA, Woodland Care Center – 1997-2002

Community/Volunteer Services:Finance Committee Member, Northwest Assoc. of Blind Athletes – 2013–present; Volunteer, Clark County Food Bank 2000-present; Volunteer, PTA Truman Elementary – 2011-2013; Board Director, Young Professionals of Vancouver – 2006–2013

Larry Paulson

Treasurer

​Became CCU Official: 2012; Became Director: 2012; Current Term Expires: 2020; Current Board Committees: Executive, Financial Performance

Member Since: 2001

Residency: Vancouver, WA

Employment Status: Retired

Education: Willamette University– BA Economics; Willamette University College of Law – JD Law

Employment History: Executive Director, Port of Vancouver – 1999–2012; Deputy Executive Director, Port of Vancouver – 1997-1998; Shareholder, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt – 1983–1997; Associate, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt – 1979–1983; Officer-Brigadier General, Oregon Air National Guard – 1968–1999

Community/Volunteer Services: Energy Facility Site Evaluation Board – 2014-present; Committee Member, City of Vancouver Review of Fire Districts – 2012-2013; Board Member, City of Vancouver Public Facilities District – 2011-present; Board Member, Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board – 2010-2013; Board Member, United Way of the Columbia Willamette – 2008-present; Board Member, Governor’s Climate Advisory Team – 2007-2009; Task Force Member, Bi-State Task Force for the Columbia River Crossing – 2006-2008

Max Ault

Director

​Became CCU Official: 2019; Became Director: 2019; Current Term Expires: 2022; Current Board Committees: Board Development

Member Since: 2015

Residency: Camas, WA

Employment Status: Full Time

Education: Washington State University-BA Public Administration; Leadership Clark County-2018

Employment History: Assistant Vice Chancellor for Strategic Partnerships, Washington State University – 2019 – present; Interim President/EVP, Columbia River Economic Development Council – 2014-2019; Operations Manager, Cascade Forest Conservancy – 2013-2014; Special Assistant, Office of the Chancellor, Washington State University Vancouver – 2013

Community/Volunteer Services: Board Member, WSUV Advisory Council – 2018-present; Board Member, Community Outreach & Engagement Committee, The Historic Trust – 2017-present; Board Member, National Board of Advisories, WSU Carson College of Business – 2016-present; Board Member, Cascadia Tech Academy Foundation – 2015-present; Board Member, Innovative Services NW – 2014 – 2016

Julianna Marler

Director

Became CCU Official: 2019; Became Director: 2019; Current Term Expires: 2022; Current Board Committees: Policy Review

Member Since: 1998

Residency: Battle Ground, WA

Employment Status: Full Time

Education: Washington State University – BA Business Administration; Clark College – Associates Degree

Employment History: Chief Executive Officer, Port of Vancouver USA – 2008-present

Community/Volunteer Services: Board member, Association of Washington Businesses – 2019-present; Advisory Council, WSU-Vancouver – 2016-present; Board member, American Association of Port Authorities – 2017-present; Board member, Greater Portland, Inc. – 2016-present; Board member, Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce – 2016-present

Eric Sawyer

Director

​Became CCU Official: 2017; Became Director: 2017; Current Term Expires: 2021; Current Board Committees: Board Development

Member Since: 2015

Residency: Camas, WA

Employment Status: Full Time

Education: Central Washington University, BS Communications

Employment History: Area Manager, BBSI Preferred Payroll – 2009 to present; Mortgage Lending – 2000 to 2009; Business Relations, KNDO NBC – 1996 to 1999

Community/Volunteer Services: Board Chair, Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, 2014 – 2015; Member, Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, 2011 to present; volunteer for Share House, Salvation Army, Mount St. Helens Institute, Gardner School, Humane Society and other Clark County non-profit organizations. Youth baseball coach, 2000 to present.

Al Shauer

Director

​Became CCU Official: 2012; Became Director: 2012; Current Term Expires: 2020; Current Board Committees: Policy Review

Member Since: 1979

Residency: Camas, WA

Employment Status: Retired/Part-time consultant

Education:Washington State University – engineering management; Portland State University – civil engineering; University of CA Berkeley – civil engineering/psychology; Chabot College – civil engineering/psychology

Employment History: President, PointNorth Consulting, Inc. – 2011-present; Senior Partner, MacKay & Sposito, Inc. – 2010-2011; President/CEO, MacKay & Sposito, Inc. – 2002-2010; Senior Vice President, MacKay & Sposito, Inc. – 1985-2002; Office Manager, MacKay & Sposito, Inc. – 1977-1985

Community/Volunteer Services: Board member,MacKay Sposito – 1985-present; Board member, Low Impact Development/Design Implementation Advisory Board, WA State Dept. of Ecology – 2008-2011; Chair and Facilitator, City of Vancouver Stormwater Ordinance Compliance Committee/NPDES Ph. II – 2009-2010; Team member, Clean Water Act/NPDES Ph. II, National Association of Home Builders – 1999-2006; Vice President/Board Member, Building Industry Association of SW WA – 1996-2006; Board member, Responsible Growth Forum of Clark County – 2002-2009

Joseph Vance

Director

​Became CCU Official: 2019; Became Director: 2019; Current Term Expires: 2022; Current Board Committees: Financial Performance

Member Since: 2018

Residency: Ridgefield, WA

Employment Status: Full Time

Education: University of Washington –JD, Law; Brigham Young University-BS, Sociology

Employment History:Partner, Miller Nash Graham & Dunn – 2006-present; Associate/Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine – 1995-2006

Community/Volunteer Services:President, Rotary Foundation of Vancouver – 2017-present; Board member, Ridgefield School District – 2011-present; Board member, Boys & Girls Club of SW Washington – 2011-2015; Board member, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra – 2007-2010

Supervisory Committee

Dick Thompson

Supervisory Committee Chair

Became CCU Official: 2014; Current Term Expires: 2022

Member Since: 2004

Residency: Woodland, WA

Employment Status: Retired

Education: University of Washington – B.S. Business Administration; Clark College – General Studies

Employment History: Owner, Thompson Financial Services, – 2000 – 2017; Owner, Thompson & Associates, CPAs – 1976 – 2017

Community/Volunteer Services: Major Gifts and Finance Committees, Columbia Land Trust – 2006 – 2019; Board Member, Committee Member and Past Treasurer, Vancouver Rotary Foundation – 1997 – present; District Audit Chairman, Rotary District 5100 – 2012–2014; Board Member and Disaster Chairman, Red Cross – 1975-2005; Member, American Legion/Voiture 40 et 8 – 1977-present; Lifetime/Active Member of numerous Fisheries/Environmental Groups

Tony Jackson

Supervisory Committee Vice Chair

Became CCU Official: 2013; Current Term Expires: 2022

Member Since: 2001

Residency: Battle Ground, WA

Employment Status: Full-time

Education: Washington State University – B.A. business administration; Andrews University – MBA business administration

Employment History: Controller, CareOregon, Inc. – 2018 – present, Controller, FamilyCare, Inc. – 2012 – 2018; Senior Financial Analyst, FamilyCare, Inc. – 2011-2012; Accountant III, The Regence Group – 2004-2011

Community/Volunteer Services: Treasurer, Meadow Glade SDA Church – 2006-2009

Judith Chipman

Supervisory Committee Member

Became CCU Official: 2006; Current Term Expires: 2021

Member Since: 1984 

Residency: Vancouver, WA 

Employment Status: Retired 

Education: Institute of Supply Mgmt. – certification purchasing management 

Employment History: Business Manager, Supply Chain, Bonneville Power – 2001-2017; Director of Procurement, Vanalco Inc. – 1994-2001 

Community/Volunteer Services: Committee Member, Institute for Supply Management (ISM) regional leadership workshops – 2003-2006; President, Northwest Supply Management Association (N.S.M.A.) – 2005-2006; Board of Directors, N.S.M.A. – 1996-2000, 2005-06; Portland State University mentoring program for Supply and Logistics students – 2004-2005; Co-Chairman, Western Energy Institute Utility Supply Conference – 2004; Conference Co-Chairman, ISM Western Regional Conference – 2002-2003; Committee Member, Clark County Regional Development Council – 2000- 2001; Former volunteer for Blue Birds, Relay for Life, American Cancer Society, Race for the Cure and American Diabetes Association fundraising.

Dave Dumas

Supervisory Committee Member

Became CCU Official: 2013; Current Term Expires: 2021

Member Since: 2013 

Residency: Vancouver, WA 

Employment Status: Full-time 

Employment History: Realtor/Managing Broker, Keller Williams – 2008- present; Realtor/Associate Broker, John L. Scott – 2001-2008; Owner/CEO, The Ultimate Group – 1997-2001; Owner, D & H Development – 1994-1998 

Community/Volunteer Services: Board Member, Community Housing Resource Center – 2009- Present; Board Member, Daybreak – 2007-2010; Board Member, SWIFT – 2004-2008

Paul Montague

Supervisory Committee Member

Became CCU Official: 2009; Current Term Expires: 2020

Member Since: 2000

Residency: Vancouver, WA

Employment Status: Full-time

Education: North Carolina State University – BA Economics; University of Southern California – MA Communications Management

Employment History: Owner, Paul Montague Tax Preparation, LLC 2016-present; Executive Director, Responsive Leadership Institute – 2014-present; Executive Director, Battle Ground Chamber of Commerce – 2014-2016; Executive Director, Identity Clark County – 2011-2014; Membership Services Director, Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce – 2005-2011; Insurance agent & Registered Representative, NW Financial Group – 2002-2004; Key Account Executive, Siemens Carrier Networks – 1999-2002

Community/Volunteer Services: Board of Director, Columbia Credit Union 2009 – 2017; Board Director/Chair, Fort Vancouver Regional Library Foundation – 2009-2015, then 2017-present; Board Director/President, Greater Clark County Rotary Club – 2008-2014; Board Director/Treasurer, Greater Clark County Rotary Foundation – 2013-2015; Sponsorship Chair, Vancouver Relay for Life – 2007-2011; Member at Large, Bicycle Advisory Committee – 2008-2010

Leadership Compensation

Email the Board of Directors at BoardMembers@ColumbiaCU.org.