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Kevin Reynolds is president of Cardinal Bank and a member of the executive management committee of Cardinal Financial Corporation, a $1.8 billion publicly traded financial services company. Before helping to establish Cardinal Bank in 1997, Reynolds held executive and management positions with several leading area financial institutions, including George Mason Bank, American Security Bank and the National Bank of Washington.
Reynolds has a long and active record of community involvement. His volunteer efforts, business expertise, and hands-on support have helped many worthwhile community partnerships and fundraisers for organizations such as the American Heart Association, the City of Fairfax Renaissance Housing Corporation, Rotary International, The Gladney Center for Adoption, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and Special Olympics. Reynolds serves as the chairman of the annual Cardinal Bank Charity Classic, Cardinal's signature event that has raised more than $1.7 million for the benefit of the Inova Kellar Center and the Cardinal Bank Community Fund. Newly created in 2008, Kevin is chairman of the Cardinal Bank Community Fund, aimed at supporting organizations and programs that share Cardinal's passion and commitment to enriching the lives of children and families.
Reynolds just recently completed his one-year term as chairman of the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce. In addition to this leadership role at the Chamber, Kevin serves as a trustee for the Valor Foundation, and was honored with their distinguished Valor Humanitarian Award in 2008. Sharing his time and resources with myriad other organizations, Reynolds received a four-year appointment to the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Economic Advisory Commission, serves as a member of the Advisory Board of the George Mason University School of Management, and is a director of HopeCam.
Reynolds was the 2007 recipient of the Northern Virginia Community Foundation Leader of the Year, recognizing his significant efforts and contributions in the community. He served as the 2005 Chairman of the Fairfax County School Bond Referendum, which raised $249 million to continue the tradition of excellent public schools in Fairfax County.
A graduate of The College of William and Mary, Reynolds also earned an MBA in Finance/Business from The George Washington University.