Wayne-Kent A. Bradshaw is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company and the Bank. He joined the Company in February of 2009 as the President and Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Bradshaw was elected to serve as a director of both the Company and the Bank in September 2012. Mr. Bradshaw was the Regional President for Community and External Affairs of Washington Mutual Bank from 2003 to 2009. He was President and Chief Executive Officer of the Los Angeles-based Family Savings Bank from 1989 until 2002 and Chief Deputy Superintendent for the State Banking Department from 1981 to 1983. Mr. Bradshaw has served on many community and educational boards. He most recently served on the Board of California State University Northridge, Northridge Hospital Medical Center and California Community Reinvestment Corporation.
Mr. Bradshaw has over 44 years of experience in financial management and banking. Mr. Bradshaw has the proven ability to plan and implement programs which optimize opportunities to accelerate profitable growth in highly competitive environments. He has extensive experience in community banking, commercial banking and as a bank regulator.
Kellogg Chan served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Universal Bank, f.s.b from 1994 to 1995 and President and Chief Executive Officer of East-West Bank from 1976 to 1992. Mr. Chan is retired and has been a member of the Board since 1993.
Mr. Chan has extensive experience in the thrift industry through a wide variety of economic and interest rate cycles. He has served in executive management positions in thrift institutions and has experienced a diversity of corporate cultures. His extensive executive management experience includes strategic planning and implementation, and the development, implementation and evaluation of internal control structures, particularly in the thrift industry.
Robert C. Davidson, Jr. is the retired Chairman and CEO of Surface Protection Industries, a paint and specialty coatings manufacturing company he founded in 1978, which became one of the top African American-owned manufacturing companies in California. Previously, he co-founded and served as Vice President of Urban National Corporation, a private venture capital corporation that was focused specifically on investing in minority-controlled businesses. Mr. Davidson currently serves on the boards of Morehouse College (Chairman), Art Center College of Design (Chairman), Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. (a publicly traded professional service company), Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the University Of Chicago Graduate School Of Business Advisory Council.
Mr. Davidson has extensive entrepreneurial experience in developing and managing small and medium sized businesses. He has hands-on experience in marketing and sales, human resources and strategic planning and implementation. He has a long history with and extensive knowledge of the Company and of the markets and communities in which the Company operates.
Daniel A. Medina began working for Needham & Company, LLC., a New York based investment bank in October 2009. Prior to working for Needham & Company, LLC., Mr. Medina was Managing Director of Capital Knowledge, LLC, a consulting firm that provided financial advisory services. He had been with Capital Knowledge, LLC and its predecessor since April 1, 2000.
Mr. Medina has extensive experience in analyzing and valuing financial institutions and assessing their strengths and weaknesses. He also has extensive knowledge of the capital markets and mergers and acquisitions, specifically within the financial services industry.
A. Odell Maddox is Manager of Maddox Co., a real estate property management and sales company, and has served in that capacity since 1986. Mr. Maddox has worked in property management, real estate brokerage and investment businesses for over 36 years.
Mr. Maddox has extensive experience in real estate in Los Angeles, as well as significant experience in real estate lending and loan workouts. He has extensive entrepreneurial experience developing and managing small and medium-sized businesses. Mr. Maddox has a long history with and knowledge of the Company and the communities and markets in which the Company operates.
Virgil Roberts has been Managing Partner of Bobbitt & Roberts, a law firm representing clients in the entertainment industry, since 1996. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Community Build, Inc., Claremont Graduate School, Families in Schools, the Alliance for College Ready Public Schools, Southern California Public Radio and the James Irvine Foundation.
Mr. Roberts is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Company and the Bank. Mr. Roberts' qualifications to serve on the Board include his extensive legal and business experience and community leadership. Mr. Roberts serves on a number of local community boards and provides leadership to local community groups. Mr. Roberts serves as the Chair of the Company's Nominating Committee. Mr. Roberts brings leadership, management and regulatory experience to the Board.
Dutch C. Ross, III, President and CEO of Economic Resources Corporation (ERC), is a financial executive with over forty years of business experience with Fortune 500 companies and non-profit economic development organizations.
Over the years, Mr. Ross has been active in a number of community organizations and has served on the boards of several including the Downtown Long Beach YMCA, where he was Board President, Genesis L.A. Economic Growth Corporation, where he chairs the Audit Committee, and The Valley Economic Development Center, where he serves on the Finance and Compensation, and Nominating Committees.
Mr. Ross holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Industrial Economics and a Masters of Science in Industrial Management both, from Purdue University.
Erin Selleck served as Senior Executive Vice President and Treasurer of Union Bank until her retirement in 2014. In addition to her role as Union Bank’s Treasurer, she served as a Policy Making Officer and Executive Committee member. Prior to joining Union Bank in 2002, she held a variety of positions within Corporate Treasury at Bank of America. She is currently serving on the Advisory Boards of two small private companies. She is on the Board of Directors and serves as Treasurer for Heal the Bay, and serves on the Board of Advisors for Girls Inc. of Greater Los Angeles.
Ms. Selleck has extensive experience in finance, banking and capital markets. She has comprehensive expertise in all treasury functions including investments, funding and liquidity, interest rate risk, capital management and investor relations. As a banker for more than 25 years, she has deep knowledge of the banking industry and of the regulatory landscape in banking. Ms. Selleck also has extensive executive management experience with driving growth and profitability, guiding strategy, including mergers and acquisitions, and providing effective oversight of all enterprise risks, including cyber-security.
Nominating Committee Charter
The Board of Directors of Broadway Financial Corporation has elected a committee of the Directors to act on their behalf as the Nominating Committee. The Committee has been delegated certain powers by the Board as defined herein. Read the Charter.