2022 Board Candidates

Sheradee Bradfield

Incumbent: Current board Chair

I have been a Jordan Credit Union member since I was born. My mom opened an account for me, and I still have and use that account. I started teaching for the Jordan School District in 1991 and currently work for Canyons District at Midvale Middle School. I know first hand how much Jordan Credit Union values teachers and students. I was an advisor on the Jordan Credit Union Board from 2013 – 2019, a board member from 2019 to the present, and the Board Chair since March 2021. During this time I have completed volunteer education classes to understand the role of a board member and how to better serve our members. Since being the Board Chair, we have worked together to solidify the Jordan Credit Union’s directional goals. As a Board Member, I will continue to support our credit union with its current policies, goals, vision, direction, and doing what is best for our members. I am excited about the changes Jordan Credit Union is making and look forward to the improvements and conveniences it will provide into the future. It would be an honor to continue serving as a board member for Jordan Credit Union.

Chris Finley

Current board Advisor

I have had the privilege to participate as a Board Advisor – or Board Member Trainee – for Jordan Credit Union since 2019. I am excited about what is happening currently and what the future holds for the credit union, and I look forward to serving the members and looking for new ways to stay current. I feel that the credit union has a significant investment in my training and has allowed me to grow in my education and appreciation for credit unions in general and the mission and vision of Jordan Credit Union specifically

My professional experience as an attorney and in real estate helps me provide a broad prospective to help direct policy and comply with regulatory requirements. I would gratefully accept the opportunity to serve on the Board of Directors.

Steve Hambor

My name is Steve Hambor. I box for exercise. I don’t have a degree in finance, run a business, or have a high paying job. I am a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant and work alone or with a team each day, serving people, allowing them to recover from disease or injury. I’m involved in my profession as a volunteer chairperson for APTA UTAH, our state’s physical therapy association. My current position is “Digital Content,” publishing on social media by staying informed, then reporting on everything from Medicare and Medicaid insurance, local and national government advocacy, and new research, to keeping members and the public informed about physical therapy.
I read financial, local, and world news each day, and invest my own money with a positive return. I am bright, funny, and calm under pressure. I continue to listen and learn, so I can be a better person. I am happy with the man I have become.

I may not be the perfect candidate but serving on the Board of Directors for Jordan Credit Union members would allow me to do something I have always wanted, but thought I wasn’t qualified to do, which is be a voice for myself and others. Life, work, everything is basically OTJ, “on the job training.” With the world focused on money and politics, my goal is to learn, grow, and be a part of a positive future for you, myself, and the entire world.

Douglas Denning

I am Douglas Denning, a Financial Analyst at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I grew up in a small town in Idaho and experienced many life-growing opportunities that created my identity.

I had a wide range of work experience in my youth, including working on my uncle’s farm and appliance store. I also gained experience in construction from the ground up and operated various heavy equipment.

I moved to Utah in 1983 and worked approximately ten years in the insurance business selling all lines of insurance and worked part-time at the airlines (mainly for flight benefits).

My life changed forever when I met the dream of my life, Jean Tyler, in Midvale, Utah. I am the proud father of four sons and grandfather of three granddaughters.

In 1997, I graduated from the University of Utah in Finance, leading me to my current employment.

I enjoy playing sports (football, basketball, baseball), and I have coached youth sports and reffed basketball for nearly 20 years. I also enjoy dabbling in real estate and other business opportunities.

Kody Adams

I was born and raised in Sandy, Utah, and currently live in West Jordan. I opened my first JCU savings account as a child. My account quickly grew to add checking accounts, auto loans, personal loans, and a credit card. I have also ensured my children have JCU savings accounts for their birthday and chore money!

I received my associate degree in Economics and later on my bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama, where I studied Business Administration with an emphasis in Commerce. I have worked in the banking and investment industry for nearly 15 years, starting as a FINRA Series 7 & 63 licensed stockbroker for E*TRADE Financial. I went on to earn all three levels of the Certified Equity Professional (CEP) designation from Santa Clara University. From that point, my career evolved into the world of equity plan administration for companies such as Sallie Mae Bank, Qualtrics, and SoFi. I am currently working as the Director of Stockholder Services for Domo Inc, where I oversee the design, implementation, administration, and reporting for Domo’s equity compensation plans. My favorite part of my job includes creating and conducting company-wide training, educating employees about their equity compensation benefits, and ensuring quality plan administration through a partnership with the legal, HR, and accounting teams at Domo.