Helios HR Hosts Human Capital Impact Forum

Helios HR Hosts Human Capital Impact Forum

Old Dominion National Bank Names Todd Rowley Capital Region Market Executive

Old Dominion National Bank recently announced the appointment of the Northern Virginia Chamber’s new Chairman, Todd Rowley, to serve as the bank’s Market Executive for the Capital Region. As Capital Region Market Executive, Rowley is based in Old Dominion’s Tysons Corner executive offices and is responsible for commercial loan and deposit business development throughout the Washington area. With nearly 40 years of in-market banking experience, he will primarily focus on serving small- and mid-sized businesses through the bank’s dedicated specialty groups, including government contracting, professional services, and non-profit.

Helios HR Hosts Human Capital Impact Forum

Recently, Helios HR hosted “How Diversity + Inclusion Can Propel Your Business Forward.” Attended by senior management and recruitment teams from a variety of the region’s industries, the forum featured keynote speaker Patsy Doerr, Global Leader of Social Impact, and a panel that included moderator Kathy Albarado, CEO, Helios HR; Samantha Cicotello, Lead, Diversity & Inclusion, Technology, Capital One; Kim Davis, EVP, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, NFP; and Machelle Williams, Senior Director, Diversity & Corporate Social Responsibility, Volkswagen Group of America. Each panelist shared insights into how companies are doing inclusion right, and provided attendees with a playbook for launching diversity and inclusion efforts within their own company.

Manik Rath Named RavenTek CEO

Information technology services provider Raven Tek has a new CEO. Corporate growth leader Manik Rath, most recently CEO at C2 Technologies, joined the firm in April. Said Frank Watson, founder and chairman of RavenTek, “We have a great team of federal IT leaders and innovators, and Manik’s experience and background is a terrific complement.” In addition to his new role, Rath sits on the boards of advisers of ThreatSwitch, Credence Management Solutions, and the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, and is a past chairman of the Association of Corporate Growth’s national capital chapter. 

Tatiana Torres named to the Powermeter 100

CareFirst’s Director of Community Affairs, Tatiana Torres, was recently named to the Powermeter 100 by El Tiempo Latino, a distinction that honors the 100 most influential people in the Hispanic community.

Whitmore Named Partner-in-Charge of Venable’s Tysons Office

Venable LLP recently announced that Kedrick Whitmore, a partner in the real estate practice, has been named partner-in-charge of the firm’s Tysons office. A highly experienced land use, zoning, and real estate attorney, Whitmore assists some of the most prominent real estate developers throughout the Washington area and is also a board member of the Venable Foundation.

Tysons Welcomes Richmond-based Impact Makers

Impact Makers, a Richmond-based management and technology consulting firm created to donate its profits to charity, has opened an office in Tysons Corner. The office supports Homestretch, a Falls Church-based nonprofit that helps families combat homelessness. Founded in 2006, Impact Makers was the first of a group of B corporations in Virginia whose missions extend beyond profit making to making donations of after-tax profits to support philanthropic causes.

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