12/14/2017: Oregon Pacific Bank Adds New Talent to Corporate Team
Oregon Pacific Bank Adds New Talent to Corporate Team
Oregon Pacific Bank is proud to announce the addition of Amber White and Kate Salyers to the Bank’s corporate team. Amber will be assuming the role of Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer as the Bank’s current CFO Joanne Forsberg retires at the end of December after 19 years of service. Kate will be filling the position of Senior Vice President and Credit Administrator to assist with the Bank’s growing lending needs.
“We consider ourselves very lucky to add such talent to our local banking team,” says Ron Green, President and CEO of Oregon Pacific Bank. “Amber and Kate join us with many years of experience and great enthusiasm. Both are looking forward to continuing their careers with a local community based bank, to deliver excellence to their clients through relationship banking and local decision making.”
Amber White is a proud Oregonian, graduating from Oregon State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration in 2006. She joins Oregon Pacific Bank after seven years of experience with Pacific Continental Bank where she recently worked as Vice President and Controller, overseeing the company’s financial and regulatory reporting. Amber has previous experience as the Controller for Citizens Bank in Corvallis and as Staff Accountant for the Eugene office of Moss Adams, LLP, where she earned her CPA license in 2008.
Amber is passionately involved in the banking industry, and has been a member of the Oregon Bankers Association (OBA) Financial Officer and Accounting Roundtable Committees since 2008. Amber enjoys spending time with her family and actively volunteers for the Food for Lane County’s snack pack program.
Kate Salyers earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Economics from the University of Oregon. Prior to joining Oregon Pacific Bank, Kate enjoyed an extensive career at Pacific Continental Bank where she was employed in various positions since 2004, including Commercial Banking Officer, and most recently Senior Vice President and Special Assets Manager. Kate completed the OBA Executive Development Program in 2016 and has been on the OBA’s Lending Committee since 2012.
Kate enjoys spending time with her family and helping the local community. She has been on the board of directors for Eugene Active 20/30 since 2009 and is an MBA Student Mentor and Guest Speaker for the University of Oregon. Kate has also been a Meals on Wheels delivery driver since 2015.