Volunteer Fairfax Recently named FVCbank Senior Vice President Huong Van to the board of directors for the organization, which matches volunteers up with nonprofit organizations based on their skills and interests.
The board unanimously approved her selection. Volunteer Fairfax has helped match 6,000 volunteers with organizations throughout the county.
At FVCbank, Van focuses on commercial real estate lending. She joined the FVCbank in 2012 and has worked in banking since 2007. She graduated from George Mason University with a Master's degree in real estate development.
"Our entire team at FVCbank takes great pride in serving as volunteers throughout the region to give bank to the communities where we live and work, to make the quality of life better for all" said FVCbank Chairman and CEO David W. Pijor. "We enjoy being involved with great organizations, like Volunteer Fairfax, focused on improving life in our community."
FVCbank presented the annual L Burwell Gunn Citizenship Award earlier this year to Volunteer Fairfax, as well as Cornerstones of Reston, Virginia, at the Bank's annual shareholders meeting.
"I'm honored to support Volunteer Fairfax, serving on the board of directors, to help continue the wonderful work they do for both our local nonprofits and volunteers excited to share their time and talents that are so greatly needed by these organizations," said Van.
Celebrating 10 years of sound financial performance and continued growth, FVCbank was formed in November 2007 to serve the banking needs of commercial businesses, nonprofit organizations, professional service entities, their owners and employees located in the greater Washington D.C. metropolitan and Northern Virginia area. Based in Fairfax, Virginia, the $969.8 million Virginia-chartered community bank is locally owned and managed with six full-service offices in Arlington, Ashburn, Fairfax, Manassas, Reston, and Springfield, Virginia. Visit www.fvcbank.com for more information.