11/08/2017: Eugene Local, Cris Noah, Joins Oregon Pacific Bank’s Board of Directors
Eugene Local, Cris Noah, Joins Oregon Pacific Bank’s Board of Directors
Oregon Pacific Bank is pleased to announce that Cris Noah has been welcomed as the newest member of the Bank’s Board of Directors. Cris will be Oregon Pacific Bank’s eleventh board member, bringing with her a unique set of skills and expertise to add to the board’s collective base of knowledge.
“We are thrilled to have Cris join us as our newest Board Member” says Ron Green, President and CEO of Oregon Pacific Bank. “We look forward to Cris’ help in growing our professional banking services in the Eugene and Springfield area, as well as her contributions to the Bank’s strategic planning and financial risk management processes. She brings with her a high level of professional expertise that will further aid us in meeting the needs of the Lane County community.”
Cris was born and raised in Eugene where she received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Oregon, with an emphasis in marketing and accounting. Throughout her high school and college years, Cris gained experience within the banking industry. After graduation, her career path led her to become a Certified Public Accountant, where she would spend some time working for a CPA firm before moving into the medical industry. Cris spent a significant part of her career with the Oregon Medical Group as Controller, Director of Finance and CFO, before being promoted to Chief Executive Officer where she was heavily involved in the organizations strategic planning, growth, and development.
As of June 2016, Cris retired from her position of CEO at the Oregon Medical Group. In her retirement, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, skiing, and playing tennis. Passionate about helping her local community, some of her previous commitments include the position of executive committee member of the United Way Health Care committee, helping to expand access to care for thousands of Lane County residents, and a previous member of the United Way 2016 HealthCare Investment Committee.
“I am eager be a part of Oregon Pacific Bank’s Board of Directors,” says Cris. “I am proud to support community based business thriving in our local cities.”