Former Georgetown Univ. VP Linda Greenan Joins Cardinal Bank
Some people just aren’t the retiring type. Linda Greenan is known around town for her work, before she retired, as a vice president for community relations at Georgetown University. She continues to be involved in D.C. politics and has been on boards of local groups.
“I decided to go back to work again because, after two years of retirement, I was beginning to get a little bored,” Greenan wrote to us. “I came out of retirement and began working at Cardinal Bank as vice president and client relations officer. . . . My role will be to serve as a resource for Cardinal’s clients (non-profits and associations, property management firms, medical groups, title companies and other local businesses) and to identify new business lending, deposit and investment opportunities.”
Cardinal is a regional community bank with approximately $3.5 billion in assets and 32 branches in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia.