EUREKA, CALIFORNIA – On January 8, 2020, REDWOOD CAPITAL BANCORP (RWCB.OB), the only locally owned and operated community bank holding company in Humboldt County, announced the appointment of Jennifer Harris to the Board of Directors.
John Dalby, President and CEO remarked, “The Board of Directors, senior management and staff are extremely pleased to welcome Jennifer Harris to the Board of Directors. Ms. Harris brings a wealth of experience and expertise and will be a tremendous asset as we further our mission to provide exceptional community banking services in Humboldt County.”
Jennifer Harris stated, “Being a part of a local institution such as Redwood Capital Bank is an honor because of the great impact it has on our community. Redwood Capital Bank provides people and businesses with the means to advance their situations. This is the mark of a healthy community.”
As President and CEO of AmHydro, Ms. Harris has a passion for changing food production throughout the world. She is a native of Northern California and received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego. After graduating, she lived and worked in Frankfurt, Germany before returning to California to work in the San Francisco Financial District. In 2018 Ms. Harris was named Point Loma Nazarene University’s “Alumni of the Year.”
She has over 30 years of experience working in finance and strategy. Jennifer’s broad base of experience has given her the ability to utilize best practices from many different industries.
Ms. Harris is active in community organizations working with youth and homelessness and has served on Boards for various charitable organizations throughout her life. She currently sits on the Executive Committee of the Foundation Advancement Board for Humboldt State University.
Redwood Capital Bank, the company’s wholly owned subsidiary is also pleased to announce the addition of Jamie Anderson to Redwood Capital Bank’s Commercial Lending Team. Jamie Anderson is a Humboldt County native. He was born and raised in Fortuna, graduating from Fortuna High School. Jamie graduated from UC Davis in 1990 with a degree in Organizational Studies.
Mr. Anderson began his professional career with Enterprise Rent-A-Car. He spent 22 years starting as a Management Trainee, with the last 12 years as a Regional Vice President in Denver, Colorado. Jamie and his family moved to Idaho in 2012, where he began working for Collier’s International – one of the world’s largest commercial real estate companies. Jamie was a licensed real estate professional specializing in the sales and leasing of office and investment properties.
Mr. Anderson stated, “I appreciate Redwood Capital Bank’s focus on its customers and employees. It is refreshing and you quickly understand how genuine and honest the culture is here. I like the old-school, personal touch that is the company’s standard.” Jamie will primarily be working out of the Arcata Branch and looks forward to serving our northern Humboldt customers.
For more information regarding Redwood Capital Bancorp, please visit our website at www.redwoodcapitalbank.com, contact John E. Dalby, President & CEO, at (707) 444-9833, or stop by our headquarters and main office at 402 “G” Street, Eureka, California 95501.
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