A Pacific Continental employee since 1988, Mitch brings 30-plus years of banking experience to his role as executive vice president, chief banking officer. During his career with PCB, Mitch has received multiple promotions in progressively responsible leadership roles. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from Southern Oregon University and is a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking. A life-long community volunteer, Mitch currently serves on the board of directors for the Oregon Bankers Association; additionally, he currently serves on the Advisory Board of Northwest Christian University’s Center for Leadership and Ethics. In addition to his volunteer activities, Mitch is a frequent guest speaker for business and marketing classes at the University of Oregon.
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