Meet Our Distinguished Board of Directors
As with any credit union, the people on our board of directors are unpaid volunteers. They work long hours for the greater good - to help members achieve financial wellness. We're honored to have these individuals leading the KaiPerm Northwest Credit Union cause. They help represent every member when it comes to making important, forward-thinking decisions that affect the entire credit union. If you wish to volunteer your time on one of the many credit union committees or apply for any open positions on our board, please email Maria Zarate: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alex Lamb - Chair
Alex was introduced to member-owned banking while in elementary school. When he started working for Kaiser Permanente as an on-call, he joined the credit union. Of his decision to serve on the board, he says, "I have been pleased that the credit union is able to keep up with the times, while remaining true to the ethics of the credit union movement: providing service to members who are owners of the credit union."
Mark Moisan - Vice Chair
Mark joined the board in 2003. "I am proud to be affiliated with a strong, member-focused credit union that has a sincere commitment to its cooperative mission. It is an enriching experience to serve on the board and a privilege that members have entrusted us with their confidence."
Bill Borok - Treasurer/Secretary
Bill works for Kaiser Permanente in the Eye Care Services as a practicing optometrist and an optometry chief. He's been a credit union member since 2004.
Pete worked for Kaiser Permanente for 34 years; 19 years with the medical group in Southern California, and the balance of time with the health plan of the Northwest. His last position at Kaiser Permanente was the director of Eye Care Services. He joined the credit union in 1986, and joined the board a year later. He has been on the board ever since. "When a position on the board became available, I applied. The rest is history."
Tyler was initially introduced to KaiPerm Credit Union through his wife, a former Kaiser Permanente employee. "When it was brought (or When Steve VanHee brought it) to my attention that a board position was open, I felt that my experience working with public utility boards could add to the strong leadership that already existed. I am a huge believer in the value of being a member and want to look for ways to enhance that value while maintaining fiscal responsibility." Tyler is currently the Engineering Manager for the City of Hillsboro Water Department.
Chris was introduced to KaiPerm Credit Union by a good friend and former board member (Bill Butcher). "When I was asked to join as a board member of the Credit Union I was excited. I have had nothing but great experiences working within Kaiser Permanente and being a board member is just one additional way that I can give back to the organization. KaiPerm is yet another example of quality products and services that Kaiser Permanente provides its members." Chris currently works as a Project Manager for Expansion/Internalization for Kaiser Westside Medical Center.