Submitted by Olympia Federal Savings

Olympia Federal Savings (OlyFed) is pleased to announce the promotions of three team members.

Josh Deck. Photo courtesy: Olympia Federal Savings

Josh Deck, is now Executive Vice President (EVP) and Chief Operating Officer (COO). Deck joined OlyFed in 2011 as the bank’s Risk & Compliance Officer and in 2015 he was promoted to Senior Vice President.

Prior to his work at OlyFed Deck was a commissioned bank examiner with extensive knowledge in compliance and regulatory management. As EVP/COO, Deck will oversee management of the bank’s operations and set the comprehensive goals for the performance and growth of the organization.

Mike Bowen. Photo courtesy: Olympia Federal Savings

Mike Bowen, was promoted to Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) and is now a member of the bank’s executive team. Bowen joined OlyFed in 2017 and he leads the organization’s IT and digital banking teams.

With more than 15 years of experience managing business critical technology systems, Bowen has been recognized with several awards for his commitment to life-long learning and collaborative teamwork.

Leanne Marty, Corporate Secretary, was named Vice President and officially joins the bank’s senior leadership team. Marty joined OlyFed in 2014 as Executive Assistant and was promoted to Corporate Secretary in 2019.

Leanne Marty. Photo courtesy: Olympia Federal Savings

Fondly nicknamed by her colleagues as the “Chief Excitement Officer,” Marty is the past recipient of the Employee of the Quarter Award and the Kris Fischer Excellence in Customer Service Award.

“I am so excited we are able to provide these incredible people and professionals with growth opportunities, which will help our customers, community and organization thrive long into the future,” Lori Drummond, OlyFed President and CEO said. “We are fortunate to have so many talented and caring people on our team and Josh, Mike and Leanne bring an extensive set of skills and expertise to help further carryout our mission to improve the overall quality of life for our friends and neighbors that bank with us.”

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