John Marshall Bank Hires Aurelia Dinoso To Manage Its Reston Office
Seasoned banker to oversee main office in recognition of her exceptional talent
[Reston, VA] [August 1, 2016] – Today John Marshall Bank announced Aurelia Dinoso will be the new branch manager of its main office in Reston. Dinoso, Vice President and Branch Manager, has over 12 years of banking experience in Northern Virginia.
“Aurelia is an extraordinary branch manager. At her previous bank, Aurelia received the Chairman’s Club Superior Annual Performer award in 2015. We are delighted she joined the rest of our talented bankers at John Marshall Bank,” said Bill Ridenour, President and Chief Administrative Officer.
“John Marshall Bank offers a way of banking I believe in – close relationships with clients, easy local access to the bank’s decision makers, top-notch banking executives and a commitment to community. I am delighted to be joining John Marshall Bank, especially the role I can play assisting this great bank as it continues its growth in the Washington, DC market,” offered Ms. Dinoso.
“Having a highly skilled and talented bank officer like Aurelia manage our flagship branch is important to our future success,” added Bill Ridenour. Her customer-first approach matches our corporate philosophy, and is critical to the long-term relationships with our customers.
Aurelia received a B.S. in Electronics and Communications’ Engineering degree from Saint Louis University.
The addition of new leaders like Aurelia Dinoso 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 technology and economy. The young bank has five branches throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area loan production offices in the District of Columbia as well as Tysons Corner.
2016 marks John Marshall Bank’s 10th year in business. Over its 10-year span, 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.