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Shalla Murrill

Private Lending Relationship Officer

Shalla applies her 23+ years of experience in commercial and government guaranteed lending to deliver optimal solutions to Greater Commercial Lending’s private borrowers in agriculture, retail, and service-based businesses. Her specialized knowledge includes packaging, documenting, closing, and servicing SBA 7a, SBA Express, SBA Export, 504, FSA, and USDA loans.

Previously employed by Plumas Bank and Bank of The West, Shalla focused on meeting the lending needs of CRE purchases, business acquisitions, expansions, ground-up construction/building improvements, equipment purchases, debt refinancing, stock purchases, asset purchases, startup businesses, and lines of credit.

Shalla is an active member of her community, volunteering for FISH Social Services for rural Northern Nevada and the Food Bank of Northern Nevada, and serving as a youth group leader.

Travis Duhn

Private Lending Relationship Officer

Travis analyzes commercial loan requests from borrowers with a range of needs, including those focused on real estate acquisition, ground-up construction projects, equipment and inventory purchases, working capital funds, and debt refinancing solutions. He also evaluates prospective biofuel, solar energy, agriculture, tribal, and start-up projects for government guaranteed programs including USDA, FSA, and SBA loans.

Before joining Greater Commercial Lending, Travis worked in accounting for a nonprofit opioid rehabilitation organization. While in college, he supervised a team of technology students in supporting the school’s IT infrastructure.

Travis is pursuing a Master of Business Administration degree and the Graduate Certificate in Renewable Energy from the University of Nevada in Reno, where he previously earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Economics.

Jesse J. Hartford

Government Lending Relationship Officer

With more than 17 years of professional lending experience, Jesse serves as a business loan officer and credit analyst for Greater Commercial’s clients and brokers. He steers the entire loan process, from consultation and completion of approval writeups to loan closings. He works with USDA B&I, USDA Community Facilities, SBA 7a, SBA 504, and FSA government-guaranteed loans.

Before focusing on government-guaranteed lending, Jesse handled consumer loan origination, HELOC servicing, consumer loan servicing, and non-guaranteed commercial loan servicing for Greater Nevada Credit Union’s consumer and commercial clients. He has previously supported lending clients of Harley-Davidson Financial Services while ensuring quality across the consumer lending function.

Jesse’s extensive education includes 300+ hours of commercial lending and credit union industry training and a Bachelor of Science degree from the Art Institute of California, San Francisco. He also honed his process improvement skills while completing a Six Sigma Green Belt project.

As a volunteer, Jesse provides support to the Special Olympics of Northern Nevada.;

Greg McKay

Government Lending Relationship Officer

Greg works directly with Greater Commercial Lending’s borrowers and business partners to facilitate the delivery of government guaranteed commercial lending solutions. With a background that includes a combined 16+ years of professional experience in commercial credit underwriting and the consumer banking industry, he has also underwritten loans and structured project financing for lenders and commercial realtors. Greg has helped finance projects across a span of businesses, including hotels, golf courses, warehouses, and medical facilities.

Previously, Greg held management roles at Bank of America and Wells Fargo Bank. He also oversaw production, underwriting, and business development activities for the Reno office of the Nevada State Development Corporation (NSDC), a nonprofit focused on delivering long-term, fixed-rate financing of owner-occupied commercial real estate and eligible long-term equipment through the 504 loan program.

Greg is certified in advanced credit analysis by the National Association of Development Companies (NADCO) and studied computer engineering technology.