Jim Doud

Jim Doud
Jim Doud

Jim Doud

Board of Directors

Bio

Jim Doud serves on the Board of Directors for Cascadia Capital Holdings. He is a business consultant and the former executive vice president and chief operating officer of Matthew G. Norton Co.  He is a Director of Ambia Inc., Director of Property Development Corp., current Advisory Board member of Romac Industries, a trustee for Overlake Hospital Medical Center, a trustee emeritus for Western Washington University Foundation, and an advisory board member for Western Washington University’s College of Business.  Jim is also on the Finance Committee for the Performing Arts Center Eastside (PACE). In addition, he has been a Director of Washington Federal Inc., since March 2008 and a Director of First Mutual Bancshares Inc., since 1993.

Jim served as vice chairman of the board of First Mutual Bank and First Mutual Bancshares Inc. prior to its acquisition by Washington Federal. As a board member for First Mutual, he served on the Audit Committee, Nominations and Corporate Governance Committee, Strategic Committee, and as Chair of the Long Range Planning Committee. Doud also served as a Director of Glacier Bay, Inc., a Director of the Brooks Investment Co., a Director and Vice Chairman of Kibble & Prentice, Inc., an Executive Director and Vice Chairman of Pacific North Equipment Company, and former Advisory Board member of Hartung Glass Industries.

During the course of his 50-plus year career, Jim has held executive level positions at several companies, including: Northwest Building Corp., Pelican Seafoods, Alaska Detroit Diesel, and Uniflite, Inc.  His past executive positions include: Executive Director and Chair of Calco Insurance Agents and Brokers, Inc., Washington Physicians Service, Bellingham National Bank, United Way and St. Luke’s Hospital.

Jim earned both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati.  He was a National Institute of Health (NIH) Fellow at UCLA, and advanced to become a Doctoral candidate at UCLA.

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