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Vincent Siciliano – President and CEO

Portrait - Vincent SicilianoA longtime environmentalist and finance leader, Vince has served as CEO at International Savings Bank of San Diego; president and CEO of the Danielson Trust, a $1.5 billion company providing investment management services; and COO at First National Bank. Under his management as CEO, 1st Pacific Bank of California was named the best-performing de novo bank in California by The Findley Reports, a banking consulting firm. Vince has been a member of the board of governors of the Savings and Community Bankers of America and the National Trade Association for the savings and loan industry, as well as a board member of the California League of Savings Institutions. He serves on the advisory board of the American Sustainable Business Council and is chairman of the board for the Ken Blanchard Center for Faith Walk Leadership.

 

Stephen Rossi – CFO

Portrait - Stephen RossiA San Francisco Bay Area native, Steve has extensive experience in banking and financial management as well as deep roots in the local business community. Before coming to New Resource, he was CFO at Borel Private Bank & Trust Company in San Mateo, Calif. During his tenure there, he worked with the Borel team to build the bank’s assets from $900 million to $1.5 billion. Prior to joining Borel in 2006, Steve worked at Bank of America in San Francisco, holding various senior finance positions. Steve was attracted by New Resource’s mission and enjoys the challenge of growing a young bank.

 

Bill Peterson – EVP, Chief Credit Officer

Portrait - Bill PetersonBill combines a long history in community banking with a deep interest in sustainability. After beginning his career at Bank of America, he spent 18 years in commercial lending and credit administration at several San Francisco Bay Area community banks. He returned to his home state of Michigan to help found First Michigan Bank, a de novo community bank, then moved back to the Bay Area to join New Resource, drawn by the bank’s sustainability mission. He hopes New Resource will have a significant impact on the way people and businesses view the role of banks in the United States.

 

Joanne Marquez – SVP, Operations Officer

Portrait - Joanne MarquezJoanne has built a career in community banking with a sharp focus on customer service. She started at Great Western Savings Bank, where she moved from teller to VP/branch manager during her 20-year tenure. She then moved to Bank of Los Altos, serving as VP/operations manager. Before joining New Resource, Joanne helped to open and oversaw operations for The Private Bank of the Peninsula. She was ready to leave the field but was drawn to New Resource by its sustainability mission—a move she says renewed her love of banking.

 

Robert Holden – SVP, Senior Loan Officer

Portrait - Robert HoldenRob has a career that spans 25 years in banking and finance. Prior to joining New Resource he was executive vice president and chief credit officer at Pan Pacific Bank in Fremont, and before that he served as senior vice president at Bay Area Development Company in Walnut Creek. He has also held high-level executive positions at The Private Bank of the Peninsula, Bank of Los Altos and Pacific Bank. Rob says being at New Resource gives him the opportunity to do what he loves: get involved with the community, build relationships and work with businesses that are transforming the economy.

 

Gary Groff – VP, Commercial Banking

Portrait - Gary GroffIn addition to having more than 10 years of banking experience, Gary has a commitment to socially responsible banking and community service. He started his banking career at Union Bank, where he handled both commercial and community banking. He currently serves on the board of directors for San Francisco Baykeeper and SFMade, and he is an advisor for Pacific Community Ventures and Sustainable Surf. An active outdoorsman, Gary enjoys surfing the cold waters of Northern California. Gary came to New Resource because it allows him to combine his lifelong environmentalism with his banking expertise.

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