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Riley Clubb Joins Baker Boyer Board of Directors

Riley Clubb portrait

A Walla Walla tech entrepreneur with roots in the wine and banking industries, Clubb is a sixth-generation member of the Bank’s founding family. “Riley’s vision, entrepreneurial experience, technical expertise and passion for Eastern Washington and Baker Boyer are unwavering. We are very fortunate to have his talents on our board,” said CEO Mark Kajita.

Baker Boyer is a family-owned bank, which allows them to make decisions for the long-term and that benefit the communities they serve and their clients. Having family members involved in the Board and operations, helps them have a true understanding of client’s needs and carry on the values of the Bank. 

Clubb is a 2009 graduate of Whitman College and 2017 graduate of MIT Sloan School of Management. He is co-founder of an agtech startup Harvust, which provides HR software to farms and ag businesses for labor management. 

His affinity for enterprising solutions was a hallmark of his term as a Walla Walla City Councilman. During his term that ran through 2021, he explored the area’s affordable housing crisis and developed possible solutions. His passion for the resulting Common Root Housing Trust continues today. 

Clubb has been a member of the banks Continuity and Advisory Committee since 2017 and spent two years as an investment analyst with the Bank starting in 2013. Before that he worked at his family’s world-renowned L’Ecole No 41 winery, among others.