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Camille Snell and Jessica Johnson Promoted to Vice President


Baker Boyer is pleased to announce the promotions of Camille Snell and Jessica Johnson to Vice President.

“Seeing the growth of these individuals is a testament to our culture of nurturing talent within the bank and our commitment to the communities we serve,” remarked Mark Kajita, Baker Boyer President and CEO.

Camille Snell

Camille Snell, Trust Advisor, has been promoted to Vice President. Camille started her career at Baker Boyer in 2011 as a business associate. She transitioned to trust associate and then in 2016 was promoted to Trust Advisor. As a Trust Advisor, she works with clients and their professional advisors to provide recommendations to meet their goals both now and in the future. Camille has a Bachelor of Business Administration with concentrations in Accounting and Marketing from Pacific Lutheran University. She has also attained the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor designation from the Institute of Certified Bankers. Camille is an officer of the Yakima Estate Planning Council. She is also a member of the board of directors of the Yakima YWCA. As a native of Yakima, Camille is proud to call it home and to help advise her community. She enjoys baking and spending time with her family.

 Jessica Johnson

Jessica Johnson, Business Advisor, has been promoted to Vice President. Jessica joined the Baker Boyer team in 2016 and has nearly 13 years of experience in the banking industry. She provides a wealth of commercial lending, relationship management, and credit experience. Jessica was born and raised in Yakima. With the skills she has developed in the last decade, she looks forward to investing her time and resources into the growth and success of businesses throughout the valley. Jessica enjoys volunteering and often represents Baker Boyer at a variety of local community events. In addition, she is an advocate for women in banking. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband and two children.