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Lighthouse Volunteer Election Bios

Board of Directors

The responsibility of the Board of Directors include but are not limited to: establish policies governing the operation of the credit union, fill vacancies on committees approve an annual operating budget, designate those persons or positions authorized to execute or certify documents or records on behalf of the credit union and review the supervisory committee’s annual report.

Board of Director Positions

Cristhian Canseco – Cristhian is an Account Manager for ESCO Group LLC, a NW Portland company that was established over 100 years ago in 1913. He has been a LHCCU board member since October 2015, a board member for LULAC Council 47013 since May 2019 and a council member for St Johns the Evangelist church since June 2018. Cristhian has lived in Vancouver for more than 25 years and is a graduate of Washington State University Vancouver Campus in 2011, when he received a Business Administration degree with a minor in Finance and Spanish. 

Stacey Graham – Stacey has served as President of the Humane Society for Southwest Washington (HSSW) since 2013. A native of the Pacific Northwest, Graham’s career spans 40 years leading for-profit and nonprofit organizations. She has worked in marketing and communications for Georgia-Pacific, as a partner in Atlanta advertising agency Warren Clark & Graham and then as VP of Marketing & Fundraising for United Way of the Columbia-Willamette. For eight years, Stacey worked for First Independent Bank, starting in marketing and ending as Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Vice-President in  charge of retail, and private banking, trust and brokerage services, as well as marketing, human resources, community investment, training, and community investment.

Alan Hamilton – Alan Hamilton is the President of Clark County Food Bank (Vancouver, WA) where he loves the opportunity to serve the community and reach out to the truly pressing needs that exist.  Previously he served in community investment at a bank, project management, leadership development, and as a pastor.  More important, he is married to Stacy for 34 years and has 3 wonderful children.

Supervisory Committee

The supervisory committee serves three primary purposes: Quality control monitoring, ensuring that the management and board of the credit union establish practices and procedures to properly safeguard members’ assets; hire internal and external auditors to verify the accuracy and reliability of accounting data and review and investigate members’ complaints.

Supervisory Committee Positions

No open Supervisory Committee positions