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This profile was last updated on 12/9/13  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Employment History


  • MBA
    Gonzaga University
  • undergraduate degree
    Brigham Young University
  • Pacific Coast Banking School
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Spokane How's Business, 9 Dec 2013 [cached]
In his new role as chief lending officer, Before replaces Scott Adkins, former STCU vice president of lending. Adkins recently accepted the position of president/chief executive officer of Seattle-based School Employees Credit Union of Washington.
Scott Adkins New CEO at ..., 3 Oct 2013 [cached]
Scott Adkins New CEO at SECU Washington
The $950 millionSchool Employees Credit Union of Washington has chosen Scott Adkins to replace the retiring Sandra Kurack as the Seattle-based credit union's president/CEO.
Adkins currently is vice president of lending at the $1.8 billion Spokane Teachers Credit Union, where he has spent the past 11 of his 25 years in the financial services industry.
Adkins will join SECU in November, the announcement said. He also teaches banking and finance courses as an adjunct at Gonzaga University's Graduate School of Business and has earned the CCE designation from CUES, his new employer said.
"Scott is completely aligned with SECU's culture, and will provide excellent leadership as we move ahead," said Board Chairman Rich Rutkowski.
"It is a distinct honor to join the SECU team and to follow one of the credit union industry's most admired and respected leaders, Sandy Kurack," Adkins said in the announcement.
Spokane How's Business, 23 Sept 2013 [cached]
Construction of the credit union branch will begin within 18 months at the corner of Ramsey Road and West Appleway Avenue, said Scott Adkins, STCU Vice President of Lending.
In addition, Adkins noted, it's across Ramsey Road from the Salvation Army Kroc Center, which hosts some STCU Money Camp events for kids.
School Employees Credit Union of Washington announces Scott Adkins as their new CEO | O'Rourke Consulting [cached]
School Employees Credit Union of Washington announces Scott Adkins as their new CEO | read more » School Employees Credit Union of Washington announces Scott Adkins as their new CEO | O'Rourke Consulting
School Employees Credit Union of Washington announces Scott Adkins as their new CEO Posted on October 2, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO, CA The School Employees Credit Union of Washington Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Scott Adkins as the organization's next President/Chief Executive Officer. Scott will replace Sandra Kurack who has served as the organization's leader for the past 20 years and will retire in the coming months.
SECU Board Chairman Rich Rutkowski noted that Scott will take over a credit union with a very strong balance sheet, owing to the great leadership of Sandy, and the dedicated staff.
"Scott is completely aligned with SECU's culture, and will provide excellent leadership as we move ahead. Scott Adkins will join the School Employees Credit Union of Washington organization in November.
Scott Adkins currently serves as the Vice President of Lending at Spokane Teachers Credit Union, a $1.8 billion credit union located in Spokane, WA. Scott has 25 years of banking leadership experience including 11 years at STCU, as well as previous positions with consumer finance and community banking organizations. He received his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University and his MBA from Gonzaga University. In his spare time, Scott serves as adjunct faculty at Gonzaga's Graduate School of Business where he teaches banking and finance courses. Scott is a graduate of Pacific Coast Banking School and received his Certified Chief Executive designation through the Credit Union Executives Society (CUES). Scott and his wife Beth have seven children and one grandchild.
STCU: Stay with or sell your home? Know when to move, 3 April 2012 [cached]
Step one is getting a solid estimate of the value of your home, suggests Scott Adkins, STCU's vice president of lending.
Start by looking at the tax appraisal on your house, says Adkins, a member of the Spokane/Kootenai County Real Estate Research Committee, which tracks sales statistics.
"If you're upside down, then that may end the conversation about moving," Adkins says.
"A house that's a half-million dollars has a much smaller pool of potential buyers in today's market than a $125,000 home," Adkins says.
Adkins has been there. Early in the recession, his family found their dream home in Spokane Valley and decided to move, knowing full well that their rural West Plains home might be difficult to sell.
It worked out OK. The buyer liked the shop and the 40 acres of alfalfa. Still, Adkins would have lost money on the deal if he hadn't built the house himself, saving thousands of dollars in the process.
"After months of making payments on two houses, I was ready to take less than I had thought it was worth," he says.
As financial investments, Adkins says, the house he bought and the house he sold both have lots of "upside potential. But one of the lessons of the recession is that the real value of a home shouldn't be measured in dollars and cents.
We love the house we bought," Adkins says. "That's what matters."
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