In her previous role as Senior Vice President of Retail Services, Migaki was instrumental in restructuring retail leadership to enable staff to excel through continued expansion in Oregon and adapt to a changing environment due to the pandemic. This included a focus on career path opportunities through developing and expanding employment levels within the retail organization. Migaki’s own promotion reflects iQ’s commitment to developing and advancing the talent of the organization’s leaders.
During his 26-year career at iQ, Migaki experienced the growth of the credit union from $200 million for $1.8 billion in assets. Starting as a Member Services Representative, she has evolved into other leadership roles and positions while developing strong relationships with other leaders at iQ and in the industry. She has championed multiple technology and partnership initiatives and is now spearheading the future of iQ branches to ensure they continue to provide exceptional service to members as the credit union grows. .
Migaki is a 2014 graduate of the Western Credit Union National Association (CUNA) School of Management and regularly serves as a mentor to the CUNA Council in the organization’s Mentor Matching Program. She has been a member of the Northwest Credit Union Association’s Value Creation Task Force since 2019 and is a member of the Digital and Data Council for Allied Solutions.
Passionate about making a positive impact on the community, she regularly volunteers for community service activities, including serving on the iQ Committee for Kids for which she collected more than $50,000 in five years for the March of Dimes. As manager of the Ridgefield branch in 2009, she founded the town’s Easter egg hunt, which continues to this day. She also sits on the board of directors for Elevate Oregon, an organization for youth at risk of Oregon school districts, and was recently nominated for an Iris Award from the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce.
ABOUT iQ CREDIT UNION
iQ Credit Union is a full-service financial institution serving the Pacific Northwest since 1940. With over 93,000 members in Washington and Oregon, the credit union is known for its deep commitment to financial education and community engagement – and for its red and black buffalo plaid colors. iQ helps Wanderers and Explorers achieve their financial goals by offering honest and friendly advice at one of its 15 branches. More information is available at iQCU.com.
SOURCE iQ Credit Union