During high school, Louise Bourcier was already banking on a successful career. At just 17-years-old, Bourcier started as the administrative assistant to the President of a start-up bank in Washington. She spent the next four years ensuring the day-to-day operations went smoothly and acting as an effective problem solver for the new bank.
Bourcier has been at First National since 2005, directing the bank’s BusinessManager program and the new Fannie Mae Multifamily loan program.
There’s nothing fishy about lifelong Alaskan David Byrne. He was born and raised in Anchorage and has spent the last eight years in banking. Prior to that he managed a ﬂy ﬁshing lodge and worked as a full-time guide. After he returned from the wilds of Alaska, he completed a banking management trainee program in 1999 and has worked in banking throughout the state ever since.
Byrne, a graduate of the University of Alaska Anchorage, works in the corporate lending department as a loan officer. Whether it’s finding his way upstream or helping customers navigate the in and outs of business loans, Byrne is your guide.
Commerical Loan Officer Jason Criqui has deep roots in the banking business. His family owns a small agriculture bank in rural Kansas where he started working as a teller at 16-years-old. His banking career has flourished ever since.
In 2004, Criqui moved to Juneau where he worked as a commercial loan officer. A year later, he moved to Anchorage and joined the team at First National.
After 20-years in the retail industry, Siri Hill was shopping for something new for her career. By the time Hill started at First National in 2005, she had experience in both banking and retail sales.
Hill spent time as a management associate and worked as a sales assistant in a bank investment department prior to coming to First National in 2005.
From officer of the law to officer of the loan, Steve Brown will bowl you over. After spending four years in law enforcement, Brown decided in 1994 to be a banker. He began as a teller, and within a few months received his first promotion. After a year-and-a-half, Brown was working as a loan officer.
Brown came to First National in 2005 and works as a Commercial Lender. Brown is the reigning Alaska Bowler of the Year and carries a 225 average.
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