Old Dominion National Bank taps new board members
Three directors come from Washington, D.C., area.
Tysons-based Old Dominion National Bank announced three new members of its board of directors Wednesday.
The new board members include Jim Abdo, president and CEO of Abdo Development, a Washington, D.C.-headquartered development company that specializes in adaptive re-use of urban properties in the capital region; Jennifer Bognet, executive vice president of Bognet Construction, an interior construction firm based in Vienna; and Mindi McClure, the bank’s executive vice president and chief strategy officer, who joined Old Dominion in August as part of its partnership with VisionBank. McClure was previously chairman and CEO of VisionBank and was a founding director of the Bank of Georgetown.
Old Dominion National Bank has more than $400 million in assets, with three full-service branches in the Charlottesville area and another in Tysons.