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Brad is actively involved in the Cedar Rapids community. Brad serves on the Eastern Iowa Board for the Variety Club of Iowa, the United Way Accountability Review Team, and is a member of the Metro North Rotary (past President). He also dedicates his time as a classroom volunteer with Junior Achievement, a lunch buddy through Big Brothers Big Sisters, and a coach and board member in the Cedar Rapids Blue Devil softball organization.
Brooke is actively engaged in the Cedar Rapids community. She serves as a lunch buddy with Big Brothers Big Sisters. She also volunteers at Metro Catholic Outreach food pantry, Meals on Wheels with Horizons, and participates in the United Way Day of Caring.
Dave is actively involved in the community. He is currently volunteers his time as a Junior Achievement classroom instructor, Board Member for Matthew 25, Cedar Rapids Sunrise Rotarian and OneWalk Corporate Committee Member for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). He is a 2006 graduate of Leadership for Five Seasons and a 2007 Corridor Business Journal Forty Under 40 honoree.
As a lifelong learner, James recently became the first in the state of Iowa to earn his Certified Diversity Professional (CDP®) credential within the banking industry. James is one of 27 professionals in Iowa with this designation. In addition, he has completed the Graduate School of Banking in Boulder, Colorado, Iowa School of Banking, Iowa Banker’s Commercial Lending School, American Bankers Association (ABA) Commercial Lending School, and the Leadership Institute. He is also a graduate of the University of Iowa where he earned his BBA and MBA.
Born and raised in Cedar Rapids, James is very active in giving back to the community. He currently serves on the board of directors for Theatre Cedar Rapids (Chair), Cedar Rapids Economic Alliance Policy Board, Kid’s First Iowa, and Catherine McAuley Center. He also serves on the board of trustees for United Way and Junior Achievement, as well as serves as a commissioner of the Downtown Cedar Rapids SSMID. James teaches finance at the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business. He also teaches at the Iowa School of Banking, Iowa Banker’s Consumer Credit School, and Iowa Commercial Banking School. He volunteers for St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish and Knights of Columbus.
Throughout his career, Jamie has actively served the Cedar Rapids community. He currently serves as Board Vice President for His Hands Free Medical Clinic, Vice Chair of Stonebridge Church Elder Board, and Advisory Board Member for Kirkwood’s Financial Services. Jamie is also a member of Rotary West, Serve the City organization and Risk Management Association (RMA). Jamie has also served as past president of the Linn County Bankers Association (1998) and past chairman of the Priority One – Priority Business Committee (2002-2003). He is also a past recipient of the Iowa Financial Services Advocate of the Year award (1997).
Josh is actively involved in the Cedar Rapids community. Josh serves as a board member of the Young Parents Network, a classroom volunteer for Junior Achievement, and is a member of Metro North Rotary. Josh is also a member of the National Association of Government Guaranteed Landers (NAGGL), a program designed to expand his SBA knowledge and provide exceptional service to his clients.
Throughout his career, Josh has been actively involved in the Cedar Rapids community. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library (Chair), the Cedar Rapids Economic Alliance’s Community Development Innovation Council, Board of Directors for Horizons: A Family Service Alliance (Past Chair) and is an advisory committee member of Neighborhood Finance Corporation.
Larry is actively involved in the Cedar Rapids community. He currently serves as a Board Member of the Entrepreneurial Development Center (past President) and serves on the Large Investor Council of the Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance (past Chair). He also serves on the Board of Trustees for the United Way of East Central Iowa. In addition, Larry is an active member of the Rotary Club of Cedar Rapids (past president), and serves on the Board of Trustees at Brucemore National Historic site.
Logan is involved in the Cedar Rapids community by participating in the networking group, 'Breakfast of Champions' and dedicating his time to various opportunities throughout Cedar Rapids.
Sue is actively engaged in the Cedar Rapids community. She was appointed to serve on the City of Cedar Rapids Board of Adjustment, where she is able to use her construction and real estate market knowledge to serve our city stakeholders. Sue has served as the chair of both the United Way of East Central Iowa’s Young Leaders Society and the Women’s Leadership Society. She has also served on the Board of Leadership for Five Seasons for six years and as the Treasurer of Jane Boyd Community House for three years. In addition, Sue has been recognized as a Corridor Business Journal Forty Under 40 honoree, and most recently as a 2016 Waypoint Woman of Achievement.
Ted has been active within his community, serving on the board of directors for the Riverview Center in Dubuque, as well as the budget committee for United Way of Dubuque. He also held board seats and volunteered for local youth football and baseball programs in the Dubuque area.
Teresa is active in the community. She serves on the executive planning committee for the American Heart Association’s Heart Ball. Teresa also serves on the board of 100+ Who Care.
Theresa is actively involved in the community. She serves as a board member for the Cedar Rapids Home Builder’s Association, and as Treasurer for both the Prairie Music Association and Shueyville United Methodist Church. Theresa volunteers for United Way, the College Community School District, for Junior Achievement as a Classroom volunteer, and for the Make-A-Wish Cedar Rapids Golf Benefit, which she has also helped to coordinate.