Todd Rowley has over 40 years in the banking industry, most recently with Old Dominion National Bank, and oversees commercial banking for the Metropolitan Washington Region and Central Virginia.
Rowley holds an MBA with honors in Finance and Operations Research/Management Science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) Pamplin College of Business, and a Graduate Degree in Banking Finance from the University of Delaware Stonier Graduate School of Banking with honors. He also has a personal interest in information technology, Cloud Computing and Cyber security, and as a means to address this interest, in 2019, Rowley completed an Associate of Science degree in Information Systems Technology (Summa Cum Laude) and an Associate of Applied Science in Cloud Computing: Infrastructure and Services (Summa Cum Laude) in 2020 from the Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA). Currently, he is completing an Associate of Applied Science degree in Cybersecurity.
In addition to serving on the board and former Chair of the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Rowley has a long history of involvement in community engagement. He has served as the Chairman and Director for the Northern Virginia Community College, a member of Virginia Tech President’s Advisory Council, a member of the Virginia Tech Pamplin School of Business Advisory Council, the Board of the Northern Virginia Workforce Investment Board, and Vice Chair and board member to the Northern Virginia Council of GO Virginia.
In support of addressing the need for increased Cybersecurity professionals, Rowley recently has been asked to Chair both the NOVA Future of Work Business Advisory Council and the Virginia Tech BIT-Cybersecurity Advisory Committee in a joint initiative between NOVA and VT. The Virginia Tech Advisory Council overseeing Business Information Technology, which has concentrations in both Cybersecurity and Data Analytics.
On a national basis, Rowley serves as one of the 40 members of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond 5th District advisory council, which includes Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia
Rowley is also a graduate of Leadership Fairfax, Leadership Charlotte, and the 2011 class of LEAD Virginia, to which he is a member of LEAD Virginia’s Executive Committee and Board of Directors.