Two local residents have been promoted by Columbia Credit Union.
William Fulk, of Camas, is executive vice president/chief operating officer, and Lindsey Salvestrin, of Washougal, is senior vice president/service delivery-project management.
Fulk’s responsibilities include overseeing day-to-day operations, managing the credit union’s loan portfolio and monitoring its performance related to compliance, internal controls and safety/soundness. He had served as the senior vice president/chief lending officer at Columbia since 2010.
Fulk has 26 years of financial industry experience. That includes working as a chief lending officer at a Colorado credit union prior to moving to Washington.
Salvestrin’s duties include coordinating corporate projects and directing all aspects of credit union member service, training, support services and e-commerce departments. She has worked for Columbia for 12 years — starting as a financial service representative at the branch level.
Over time, Salvestrin advanced to the operational side of the credit union to manage departments and corporate projects. She served most recently as vice president/corporate project manager.
Columbia Credit Union, established in 1952, has $816 million in assets, 12 Clark County locations and more than 70,000 members. Individuals and businesses in Washington are eligible for membership. For more information, call 891-4000 or visit www.columbiacu.org.