Todd Harris, President/Chief Executive Officer
Todd Harris is the CEO and President of Tech CU. An industry veteran, Harris has more than 25 years’ experience in financial services, including in the banking, credit union and leasing company sectors. He also has extensive expertise in economic theory, ALM, Fed policy, financial markets, risk management and product development.
Prior to becoming CEO, Harris served Tech CU as CFO and COO and was instrumental in leading a variety of key initiatives aimed at improving the member experience. These include the implementation of both online and mobile banking systems, streamlining the lending process and creating a successful channel strategy. Throughout his career, Harris has focused on ensuring his companies deliver maximum value to their members and customers. He is currently on the Tech CU and Joint Venture Silicon Valley Board of Directors.
Before joining Tech CU, Harris was CFO at Alliance Credit Union, where he successfully steered the company through the 2008 recession and back to profitability. Prior to Alliance, he was CFO for Pentech Financial Services. He also spent 12 years at Silicon Valley Bank, where he held the position of SVP Finance and Strategic Planning.
Harris has focused his career on achieving results, while team-building and motivating those around him to achieve common corporate goals.
Education: BS in Business Administration with a focus on Finance from San Jose State University.
Richard Hanz, SVP/Chief Financial Officer
Richard Hanz has over 25 years of experience in the financial services industry. Prior to his current role, Hanz served as SVP, Treasury and Strategic Planning for Tech CU. Earlier in his career, he served as AVP, Treasury and FP&A for Alliance Credit Union and Director of Treasury and FP&A for KeyPoint Credit Union. He also worked at Fireside Bank as a manager of financial planning and began his career as a branch manager for World Savings.
Education: BA in Economics from San Jose State University; MBA from University of Phoenix
Joe Anzalone, EVP/Chief Commercial Banking Officer
A 25-year Silicon Valley veteran, Joe Anzalone has broad expertise in operating, advising and financing emerging-growth technology companies. Prior to joining Tech CU, Anzalone served as the Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer at New Resource Bank in San Francisco where he was responsible for both the product and services strategy and market development. He also founded Allegiant Ventures, a technology venture fund, and was president and COO of MediaG3, a broadband wireless provider. In addition to his expertise with early-stage companies, Mr. Anzalone's substantial banking experience includes 15 years at Silicon Valley Bank in a variety of executive positions, and a stint as SVP at Legacy Bank, a community bank in Campbell, California.
Education: BS in Commerce with a specialty in Finance from Santa Clara University.
Jeannine Jacobsen, EVP/Chief Operating Officer
Jeannine Jacobsen has over 25 years of Banking experience, with over 20 focused in Human Resources. Prior to joining Tech CU, she served as Senior HR Manager at Cisco Systems where she supported senior executives, particularly with talent management, employee engagement and organizational development. Her areas of expertise include compensation, reward and recognition strategies, and organizational change management.
Earlier in her career, she held positions at SiRF Technology, Lucas Film, LTD. and Silicon Valley Bank. Jeannine is a Certified Compensation Professional and Credit Union Enterprise Risk Management Expert (CUERM). She completed the Bootcamp for Experienced Leaders at UC Berkeley’s Center for Executive Education.
Education: BS in Business Administration from San Jose State University.
Mike Floyd, EVP/Chief Credit Officer
With more than 30 years of banking experience, Mike Floyd has broad expertise in commercial banking and credit risk mitigation. Prior to joining Tech CU, Floyd served as Senior Vice President and Chief Credit officer at Montecito Bank & Trust, where he implemented wholesale changes to the bank’s credit risk management framework — ensuring the bank would remain profitable throughout the economic downturn. Earlier in his career, Floyd held senior leadership positions at Los Padres Bank and Santa Barbara Bank and Trust.
Floyd is currently on the faculty of the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington, where he serves as a Bank Simulation Instructor.
Education: Bachelor’s in Economics from University of California San Diego; Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington.