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Management Executive Committee

The senior management team of Northwest Farm Credit Services consists of the President & CEO and eight senior officers who form the Management Executive Committee (MEC).

Phil DiPofi, President and Chief Executive Officer
Bill Perry, Executive Vice President-Lending and Insurance
Tom Nakano, Executive Vice President-Chief Administrative Officer & Chief Financial Officer
John Phelan, Executive Vice President-Chief Risk Officer
Mark Nonnenmacher, Executive Vice President-Special Industry Lending and Services
Mandy Minick, Washington President
Doug Robison, Idaho President
Brent Fetsch, Oregon President
Megan Shroyer, Montana President

 

President & CEO


Phil DiPofiPhil DiPofi, President and Chief Executive Officer

Phil DiPofi, originally from Niagara, New York, earned his bachelor’s degree from the State University College of New York at Buffalo, and his master’s in business administration with a concentration in accounting from Niagara University. He formerly served as chief banking officer at CoBank, which is part of the Farm Credit System that provides financing for agricultural cooperatives throughout the nation. As the President and CEO of Northwest FCS, Phil is ultimately responsible for the association’s $12 billion portfolio of owned and serviced loans, the association’s overall financial performance and for more than 650 employees in 45 offices throughout the Northwest.
 

Management Executive Committe


Bill PerryBill Perry, Executive Vice President-Lending and Insurance

Bill Perry was raised on his family’s cattle ranch in central Montana, near Judith Gap. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural business from Montana State University and a Master of Science degree in agricultural economics from Kansas State University. Bill is currently responsible for the lending operations and crop insurance services in the field lending offices. Bill has previously served in various roles including Montana President overseeing the lending and insurance services team, vice president of Enterprise Risk Management and Credit Underwriting, and served as a member of the Prior Approval team. He also previously served as a relationship manager in Montana, working in the Bozeman, Havre and Billings branches.
 

Tom NakanoTom Nakano, Executive Vice President-Chief Administrative Officer & Chief Financial Officer

Tom Nakano was raised on a small row crop farm outside of Ontario, Oregon. He graduated from Oregon State in 1989 with a bachelor's degree in business administration and received an MBA from Willamette University in 1992. Tom earned his CPA certification in April 2002. As CFO, he is responsible for overseeing all of the reporting, accounting and treasury functions of the company.
 

John PhelanJohn Phelan, Executive Vice President-Chief Risk Officer

John Phelan was raised near Clancy, Montana. He graduated from MSU-Billings in 1988 with a bachelor's degree in business administration and management, and received an MBA from the University of Montana in 1992. He graduated with highest honors from the Pacific Coast Banking School in 1999. As chief risk officer, he supervises Credit Underwriting, Prior Approval, Risk Management and Analytics, Collateral Services and Special Asset Account units.
 

Mark NonnenmacherMark Nonnenmacher, Executive Vice President-Special Industry Lending and Services

Mark Nonnenmacher was raised in Western Montana. He earned his bachelor’s degree in forestry from the University of Montana and his master’s degree in finance from the University of Oregon. He has more than 27 years of experience in the Farm Credit System, 10 of which were spent managing the agribusiness lending and affiliated associations of CoBank’s western region. Mark is responsible for the Special Industry Lending and Services division, which provides specialized products, capital market, business management and knowledge center services and serves our forest products, agricultural cooperative and commercial fishing and seafood processing customers.
 

Mandy MinickMandy Minick, Washington President

Mandy Minick grew up in Snohomish, Washington, on a small part-time farm. She graduated from Cal Poly Pomona with an agricultural business management Bachelor of Science degree. She started at Northwest FCS as a credit officer trainee in Mt. Vernon, then moved to Moses Lake and Yakima, serving as a credit officer. Mandy later became Sunnyside branch manager where she managed a portfolio consisting mainly of dairies and wine grapes. Mandy oversees the lending and insurance services team in Washington.
 

Doug RobisonDoug Robison, Idaho President

Doug was raised on his family’s cattle operation in Eastern Idaho and his family still ranches near Bear Lake. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business management from BYU-Idaho, a Masters Degree in business administration from Idaho State University, and is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School. Doug leads the Idaho Lending and Insurance team as well as the University of Idaho relationship team. Prior to this, Doug was Senior Vice President-Western Idaho region, supervising branch lending staff in Southern and Western Idaho. Previously, Doug worked in a variety of lending roles in the Twin Falls, Burley, and Idaho Falls branches.
 

Brent FetschBrent Fetsch, Oregon President

Brent Fetsch grew up in agriculture near Pendleton, Oregon. He gained work experience in Germany before graduating from Oregon State University with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture and natural resource economics. He is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School and Mark Wright Executive Program. Brent joined Northwest FCS in 1987 and served in a variety of field and headquarters roles including regional vice president in The Dalles, Oregon, and senior vice president of Community Lending. Brent previously served as senior vice president of operations and chief information officer in the company’s headquarters office in Spokane, Washington. Brent oversees the lending and insurance services team in Oregon.
 

Megan ShroyerMegan Shroyer, Montana President

Megan comes from an irrigated hay and livestock operation in White Sulphur Springs, Montana and has a Bachelor of Science degree in business management and minors in agriculture and agriculture economics from Montana State University. Megan leads the Montana Lending and Insurance team as well as the Montana State University Relations Team. Megan’s 21-year career included serving in a variety of lending and credit roles from relationship manager to Senior Vice President-Credit and working in nearly every branch in Montana.