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John Marshall Bank Hires Heather Skigen
Top-notch credit officer joins the fastest-growing bank in Virginia. Heather Skigen brings with her over 20 years of banking experience and will oversee John Marshall Bank's credit operations.
“Having Heather Skigen join our already talented credit team in Reston is a huge coup for our bank” said Bill Ridenour, John Marshall Bank’s President. “Heather is well known among the Northern Virginia banking community for her talent in managing loan portfolios and credit risk. She will fit right into our management culture.”
Heather Skigen brings over 20 years of experience in the banking industry. Prior to joining John Marshall Bank, Heather was a Senior Vice President for four years at Essex Bank, where she directed the Loss-Share Program and managed a team of seven people responsible for residential and commercial assets.
“John Marshall Bank has definitely earned its reputation for financial strength and stability. I am excited to be a part of this fast-growing bank, specifically to have the opportunity to work with this great banking team and its customers throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area,” said Skigen.
Heather graduated from the University of Texas with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and majors in Finance and International Business. She lives in Vienna and is active in the community.
The addition of new senior leaders like Heather Skigen is being seen as a demonstration of John Marshall Bank’s strength as a well-run bank that is meeting the challenges of today’s economy. The bank has five branches throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area, with plans for a sixth branch in Alexandria. The bank also has a loan production office in Alexandria and one in the District of Columbia.
John Marshall Bank first opened to the public under that name in May 2008. Since that time, customer service, satisfaction, and success have inspired the bank’s leaders who have helped it to grow into one of the areas most respected and well capitalized banks.
“John Marshall Bank’s business model is based largely on people” Ridenour continued. “We seek to hire talent, and expand the company based on the strengths of our bankers like Heather.”
Please visit http://www.johnmarshallbank.com
For more information or to schedule an interview with a John Marshall Bank spokesperson please contact Bruce Gemmill of John Marshall Bank at 703-584-0870, or firstname.lastname@example.org