Herndon, VA – MainStreet Bank (OTC Bulletin Board: MNSB) announces the addition of Betsy Johns (aka Elizabeth Bennett) to the Board of Directors.
Ms. Johns is an organizing shareholder of the bank, and is currently a partner and CFO with National Realty Partners LLC (NRP), located in Herndon, VA. NRP manages homeowner and condominium associations, as well as commercial and retail properties, throughout Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia. Ms. Johns has been providing management services to both commercial and residential associations in the Commonwealth of Virginia and District of Columbia for over 31 years.
Chairman of the Board Jeff W. Dick stated, “Betsy has been a vocal supporter of MainStreet Bank since the very beginning. She is an extremely well respected business leader in our community and we are excited to bring her business acumen into the boardroom.”
Ms. Johns has served her industry as a volunteer throughout her career. For the past several years she has served as one of two volunteer founders for the Herndon Community Association Coalition (HCAC). Their primary purpose is to work in partnership with the Town of Herndon to enact and enforce ordinances that are beneficial to the Town and to the communities.
In addition to her work with the HCAC, Ms. Johns has remained actively involved with the Community Associations Institute (CAI) where she is presently co-chair of the Washington D.C. chapter‘s education committee, is a frequent speaker on the Fairfax County Cable TV program, “Your Community, Your Call”, writes for various industry publications and teaches programs to community leaders and professionals in the industry.
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