Kerry Donley has joined John Marshall Bank’s team of banking leaders. Donley, senior vice resident, will be based in John Marshall Bank’s Alexandria office.
Donley brings over 30 years of experience in the banking industry. Most recently, he held the position of senior vice president at Virginia Commerce Bank. In addition to his work as a banker, he is known for his time as an elected public servant in Alexandria: Alexandria vice mayor, 2009-2012; Alexandria mayor, 1994-2003, and Alexandria City Council, 1988-1994.
John Marshall Bank encourages its officers and staff to be involved in the community, and the organizations to which Donley lends his time and talent include: Democratic Party of Virginia, chair; Virginia Municipal League, Legislative Committee chair and member of the board; Open Door Housing, founding chair; Washington Area Housing Partnership, chair; Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, chair; Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, board member; Transportation Planning Board, MWCOG, 2001-2003 and 2009-2012; Business Finance Group, chair 2007 and current member; Alexandria United Way Campaign chair (four years); Alexandria Community Services Board; Alexandria Economic Development Partnership, chair and current member; Cameron Station Redevelopment Task Force, co-chair; Brookeville-Seminary Valley Civic Association, member; Alexandria Campaign on Adolescent Pregnancy, founding chair; Northern Virginia Transportation Authority, 2010-2012; Carpenter’s Shelter Board member; Scholarship Fund of Alexandria board member; Hopkins House board of trustees member; and Alexandria DASH board member.
Donley attended Bishop Ireton High School and holds a B.A. from Marquette University. He resides in Seminary Valley with his wife, Eva. The parents of five daughters, the Donleys have three grandchildren.