TYSONS CORNER, Va., April 12, 2018 – Old Dominion National Bank today announced the appointment of Lilah Yosufy to serve as Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Business Development. Yosufy, a proven leader with extensive experience and knowledge of sophisticated treasury services, will work closely with the Bank’s Chief Lending Officer Kevin Albrigo and commercial banking team, based in Old Dominion’s Tysons Corner executive offices.
The 20-year banking veteran brings deep experience serving clients in the Title, Government Contracting, Healthcare, Nonprofit and Professional Services industries to her new role. She will focus on growing Old Dominion’s commercial client relationships in its Northern Virginia market, further bolstering the Bank’s ability to service commercial clients of any size.
“We are very pleased to welcome a community banker of Lilah’s caliber to Old Dominion’s team,” said President and Chief Executive Officer Mark S. Merrill. “Old Dominion is a strong, growing company. In little over a year, we have more than doubled our total assets to $190 million. As Managing Director of Business Development, Lilah will be integral to our continued growth and expansion in the Capital Region.”
Yosufy will connect businesses, families and individuals to Old Dominion’s banking and treasury services teams and will also direct the locally-owned and operated bank’s community philanthropic resources to address local priorities.
“Lilah brings an extensive track record of successfully developing tailored services and streamlining the client’s commercial account transition,” said Albrigo. “Her expertise, leadership skills and ability to foster dynamic relationships will be instrumental as we implement strategic programs and accelerate our pace of transformation.”
Yosufy joins Old Dominion from United Bank following its acquisition of Cardinal Bank, where she had worked since 2005 and most recently served as Senior Vice President. Prior to that, she was a Vice President and Financial Center Manager for BB&T and a Vice President and Branch Manager for First Virginia Bank. Yosufy, who resides with her family in McLean, earned her bachelor’s degree in business and finance from Marymount University. She is also a graduate of The Virginia Bankers Association School of Bank Management at the University of Virginia, Darden School of Business. Active in Northern Virginia communities for over 20 years, Yosufy participates in various chambers, networking and charitable events.