Bradshaw will be based in Northern Virginia and lead mortgage lending and
other consumer banking initiatives for the independent and locally owned bank’s entire franchise,
including its fast-growing Greater Washington and Central Pennsylvania markets
TYSONS CORNER, Va., June 27, 2022— Old Dominion National Bank (ODNB) announced the appointment of Marsha Bradshaw to serve as the bank’s Executive Vice President, Head of Consumer Lending.
At ODNB, Bradshaw will oversee all aspects of the bank’s Consumer Real Estate Lending division and Consumer Credit Risk Management for its entire franchise. She joins ODNB from Tower Federal Credit Union in Laurel, Md., which she helped transform into one of the leading providers in the Washington, D.C. area for home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) and other consumer real estate loans. “I’m very excited about joining ODNB,” said Bradshaw. “And, I look forward to working with the team to continue enhancing consumer loan products and services for our clients as well as contributing to the growth and success of our bank.”
“We are excited to have Marsha lead the robust concierge-style mortgage lending platform that we have built for ODNB’s clients,” said Kevin Albrigo, Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Revenue Officer. “In recent years, we have introduced a growing number of businesses and community leaders, as well as local real estate agents, to our competitive secondary market and portfolio mortgage products. Marsha’s experience and enduring relationships will be invaluable as we continue to make consumer real estate lending an important part of the comprehensive suite of financial services we offer clients in our Northern Virginia, Greater Washington, Central Pennsylvania and other markets.”
Prior to her seven years as Vice President, Real Estate Lending for Tower, Bradshaw also held senior consumer and mortgage lending positions with Northern Virginia-headquartered institutions including WashingtonFirst Bank and Virginia Commerce Bank. She earned her B.S. in Marketing from Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pa.
“Earlier in our careers, Kevin and I had the privilege of working closely with Marsha at other D.C. area community banks, and her approach to leading by example and building lasting relationships is a perfect fit with ODNB’s culture and commitment to providing highly responsive and personalized service to our clients,” Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Mark Merrill noted. “We’re very pleased to welcome Marsha to our ODNB team.”
In addition to residential mortgage lending, ODNB offers a full range of consumer financial services including money market, checking and savings accounts. For more information on the company's personal banking solutions, please visit ODNBonline.com/personal/overview.