Barbara Kamm, President/Chief Executive OfficerBarbara Kamm has had a long and accomplished career in banking, starting at First Interstate Bank in Los Angeles where she ran credit training for the bank's branch system. She next headed commercial lending at Marine National Bank, a de novo bank in Irvine, CA, and opened and managed the Orange County office of National Bank of Long Beach. Ms. Kamm joined Silicon Valley Bank in Southern California and became the regional manager there before moving to Northern California as the bank's Chief Administrative Officer.
During her 10 years with Silicon Valley Bank, Ms. Kamm worked with many entrepreneurs, start-up businesses, venture capitalists, and industry associations to meet the financial needs of the technology community. Most recently she operated her own Bay Area-based consulting firm to provide strategic, organizational and financial advice to young tech companies and financial institutions. Among her clients was New Resource Bank of San Francisco, where she advised the Board through a CEO transition.
Education: BA, Stanford University; MBA, Thunderbird School of Global Management; Pacific Coast Banking School.
Todd Harris, EVP/Chief Financial Officer, Chief Administrative OfficerTodd Harris comes to Tech CU with over 20 years of experience in the finance arena. Prior to joining Tech CU, he was Chief Financial Officer at Alliance Credit Union. Here, he successfully steered the company through the recent economic downturn towards profitability. Before Alliance, Mr. Harris was CFO for Pentech Financial Services. During his time at Pentech, he was instrumental in turning the company around to post positive operating income, and raising $15 million in subordinated debt. He also spent over a decade at Silicon Valley Bank, where he held the position of Senior Vice President of Finance and Strategic Planning.
Mr. Harris brings diverse experience in financial services — operating under various economic conditions. He 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.
Joe Anzalone, EVP/Chief Banking OfficerA 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.
Al Cadman, EVP/Chief Credit OfficerAl Cadman joins Tech CU with over 30 years of experience in the financial services industry with a broad knowledge of commercial lending including: middle market commercial, agribusiness, technology, SBA, commercial real estate, letters of credit, and trade finance. Prior to joining Tech CU, he was Chief Lending Officer at Community Bank of the Bay where he managed the credit operation of the bank's San Jose Loan Production Office. Al worked for 25 years at Bank of America where his responsibilities included the management of the bank's commercial credit activities in the Bay Area and Central Valley. Al has also held both senior lending and credit positions at Greater Bay Bank and Wells Fargo Bank.
Education: BS and MBA, both from Santa Clara University.
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