Bridge Bank Executive Vice President Emily Ruvalcaba

Emily Ruvalcaba

Senior Vice President, Corporate Banking

(408) 556-8327

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Role and Experience:
Emily is senior vice president in the Corporate Banking Division, where she delivers banking solutions for a broad range of commercial clients who represent nearly all business sectors. She has over 20 years of banking experience and, prior to Bridge Bank, spent 10 years in progressively higher assignments at San Jose National Bank. Her last role before coming to Bridge was managing the SBA department and a commercial loan group.

Life Achievements:
Emily is a recipient of the YWCA Tribute to Women of Industry award and The Business Journal’s 2009 Women of Influence award.

Outside Activities:
Emily served as a board member of the American Red Cross, Santa Clara Chapter, between 2005 and 2008. She is currently a member of the Silicon Valley Cares and a board member of the Lincoln Foundation. She also mentors high school students at Lincoln High School. Emily loves to travel, work-out, and spend time with family and friends.

Emily holds a B.A. in Management from St Mary’s College and is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School, administered by the Graduate School of Business at the University of Washington, Seattle.

Why Bridge Bank?
“I chose Bridge Bank for the opportunity to make a difference.”

Contact Info:
San Jose Office
55 Almaden Blvd.
San Jose, CA 95113
(408) 556-8327

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