2018 Annual Meeting

Join us for our Annual Meeting

Wednesday, March 28, 2018
7:00 p.m. — 8:00 p.m.
Email Cindy Bjur at cindyb@salalcu.org to RSVP and get directions.

2018 nominees

One of the biggest differences between credit unions and banks is that credit unions are owned and run by their members. Instead of stockholders, we have a board of directors and governing committees made up of volunteers who are members of our cooperative.

This year there are open positions on the Board and Supervisory Committee. Here are the nominee biographies.


Salal CU Board of Directors Candidates

Brian Luong  is a finance professional with 15 years of experience in the healthcare industry and extensive expertise with financial analytics and planning. Brian, who also serves on the Salal Asset/Liability Management Committee (ALCO), works at Kaiser Permanente as the executive director of the Financial Planning & Analysis function. He has a B.A. in Business Administration from the University of Washington and an MBA degree from Seattle University.

Jamie Lee is a tax professional specializing in state and local tax.  Jamie works at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance as Tax and Regulatory Reporting Manager. Previously, she held positions at the public accounting firm Grant Thornton LLP, at Expedia.com as State and Local Tax Manager, at Group Health Cooperative as Statutory & Tax reporting manager, and at the Washington State Department of Revenue as senior revenue auditor. Jamie earned a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in accounting from the University of Washington and became a CPA in 1995. Jamie also serves on the Risk Committee and is a former chair of the credit union’s Asset/Liability Management (ALCO) Committee and has served as a member of the Supervisory Committee.

Salal CU Supervisory Committee

Chris Grant is the Executive Director of Cyber Assessment and Resiliency at Kaiser Permanente, as well as the former Chief Information Security Officer for Group Health Cooperative, responsible for cyber security risk assessment, vulnerability and security architecture management for the organization. In this role, Chris provides executive leadership and guidance to enterprise risk functions, as well as business line leadership. An information technology professional for over 20 years, Chris has led teams of technical, security and risk professionals in several industry verticals, including financial services, telecommunications and healthcare. Chris has lived in Puget Sound since 2008, originally from Fargo, North Dakota, where he studied at Concordia College and University of Mary, receiving a Bachelors in Management. In addition to the Supervisory Committee, Chris Grant also serves on the Salal Board of Directors.