Joseph Huang is a long time Sonoma County resident. He is a graduate of the School of Business and Economics Department. He holds a B.S. in Business with a Marketing concentration (2002) and a B.A. in International Economics (2004) from SSU. He was the Past President of the SSU Marketing Club and VP for the International Business Association.
After graduating in 2002, he traveled to Europe and visited England, Germany, Italy and France. Upon returning, he started his career in retail management while completing his economics degree. Joseph started his banking career with Washington Mutual Bank in 2005 and continued through the acquisition with JP Morgan Chase Bank in 2008. He has achieved the bank's highest honor by winning the "Top Manager" award given to branches that achieved the top 10% in profitability out of over 5000 branches.
Currently, Joseph works for Exchange Bank as VP/Branch Manager. He oversees two branch portfolios of small to medium size businesses and provides banking services and financing from cash flow, equipment, and expansion to business acquisitions and commercial real estate.
Joseph joined the board in 2014 and also serves as a Board Director for Council on Aging. He is also an Alumni Mentor for the Mentorship Program run by the School of Business and Economics. In his off time, he enjoys playing softball, basketball, golf, traveling, and spending time with his family and friends over a good meal.