FVCbank President Patricia Ferrick named Community Banker of the Year FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA
FVCbank is pleased to announce the Virginia Association of Community Banks presented Bank President Patricia A. Ferrick with the association’s Community Banker of the Year award.
Ferrick received the award at the association’s 40th annual convention, held in Williamsburg, Virginia. An integral part of the Bank since its inception 10 years ago, Ferrick served as executive vice president and chief financial officer, until being promoted to president of FVCbank in June. “I’m honored to accept this award from such an important organization for independent, community banks in Virginia,” Ferrick said. “I am privileged to work with the very best bankers in the industry. Together we are focused and driven, continually inspiring each other to provide the best service to our customers, community, businesses and neighbors.”
“I’m pleased the Virginia Association of Community Banks has recognized Trish for her leadership and contributions to FVCbank and community banks in Virginia,” said David W. Pijor, chairman and CEO of FVCbank. “The award is especially meaningful in celebrating her leadership as FVCbank celebrates our 10th anniversary and continued successful growth, due in large part to her dedication and expertise.”
Ferrick also received the 2016 Washington Business Journal’s CFO of the Year Award and SmartCE0’s 2015 Brava! Award for high-impact women business leaders.
During her tenure at FVCbank, Ferrick also held responsibilities in finance and accounting, branch management, human resources, information technology, deposit operations and treasury management.
With a strong sense of community, she volunteers her time, serving as a director for Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Greater Washington, D.C., area, a role she has held since 2011. She currently serves on the Governance Committee and serves as chairman of the Finance Committee.
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 $973 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.