Columbia Credit union welcomes chief information officer

Joey Rudisill is founder of small business startup

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Joey Rudisill

A former San Diego resident, who has more than 20 years experience working in information technology and IT strategy, has been hired as the senior vice president and chief information officer of Columbia Credit Union.

Joey Rudisill is responsible for information systems management oversight, particularly in the areas of strategic planning, projects, security and standards management.

He is the founder and chief technology officer of XD3V, a company that helps small businesses develop technology strategies and build e-commerce solutions.

Prior to that, Rudisill was the chief information officer and vice president of information technology at First Tech Credit Union in Beaverton, Oregon. He has also been a senior programmer and technology consultant for companies such as Dow Jones and Disney, in New York.

Established in 1952, Columbia Credit Union serves 83,000 members with local consumer, business, mortgage, investment and insurance services. It has $1.19 billion in assets.

Individuals and businesses in Washington State and in the Oregon communities of Clackamas, Marion, Multnomah and Washington counties are eligible for membership.

For more information, call 891-4000 or visit