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CHARLES R. HENDERSON JR. SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, HAMPTON ROADS MARKET PRESIDENT, BANK OF AMERICA, NORFOLK


A West Virginia native who graduated from Hampden-Sydney College, Henderson has lived in Hampton Roads for four decades. He oversees Bank of America’s Hampton Roads business and also its charitable arm. Reflecting on the COVID-19 pandemic, Henderson credited CEO Brian


Moynihan’s leadership for assisting bank employees, including a freeze on all job reductions in 2020 and increased child care benefits. The company has 213,000 employees, including 4,000 in Virginia, and recorded $85.5 billion in revenue for fiscal year 2020. A member of LISC Hampton Roads’ local advisory committee, Henderson also serves on the Virginia Bankers Association Education Foundation board.


BEST ADVICE FOR OTHERS: Be willing to accept job assignments that may be outside of your comfort zone as a means of learning new skill sets and making connections.


WHAT A COMPETITOR WOULD SAY ABOUT ME: Charlie has been a champion of the nonprofit sector while driving growth for the bank over his 46-year career.


NEW LIFE EXPERIENCE: Celebrating our grandson’s (Brooks) first birthday and the anticipation of the birth of our granddaughter in October.


ONE THING I’D CHANGE ABOUT VIRGINIA: Encourage more collaboration among municipalities to unleash the enormous potential of our commonwealth.


BRIAN R. KAHN PRESIDENT AND CEO, FRANCHISE GROUP INC., VIRGINIA BEACH


Known partly for its employees dressed in Statue of Liberty costumes during tax season, Liberty Tax Inc. became known as Franchise Group in September 2019. Kahn soon became its CEO, steering the corporation through several deals as it shiſted its model to focus on buying and investing in franchises and businesses that could be franchised. In March, Franchise announced it had completed the purchase of Pet Supplies Plus for $700 million and that it had sold the Liberty Tax business to NextPoint Acquisition in a deal that included $182 million in cash and $67 million in shares of NextPoint. Franchise’s other business lines include


JERMAINE JOHNSON GREATER WASHINGTON AND VIRGINIA REGIONAL PRESIDENT, PNC FINANCIAL SERVICES GROUP INC., VIENNA


Johnson was promoted last August to head PNC’s Greater Washington regional market, which includes Northern Virginia and neighboring Maryland counties. He oversees retail, corporate and institutional banking, wealth management and community activities for one of the nation’s largest banks, with more than $560 billion in assets. In June, PNC closed on its $11.6 billion purchase of BBVA USA, bumping its ranking from the country’s ninth-largest bank to the fiſth. With a bachelor’s degree in finance from James Madison University, Johnson worked for Bank of America and GE Healthcare Financial Services in executive positions before joining PNC in 2005. Before assuming his current post, he was PNC’s executive vice president and market manager for corporate banking in greater Richmond and greater Maryland. He serves on the board of directors for the Greater Washington Board of Trade and has been an audit committee member for the March of Dimes, and he is the 2021 chair of Junior Achievement’s Washington Business Hall of Fame, which will hold its induction event virtually in December.


American Freight, the Vitamin Shoppe and Buddy’s Home Furnishings. In May, Kahn purchased $36 million worth of shares in Franchise. He is also managing partner of Vintage Capital Management, an equity firm he founded in 1998 in Orlando, Florida. A Harvard graduate, he has served as chairman of the board for rent-to-own stores Buddy’s Home Furnishings, API Technologies Corp and White Electronic Designs Corp., and he was a director for Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises.


EVELYN LEE GREATER WASHINGTON REGION PRESIDENT, TRUIST FINANCIAL CORP., WASHINGTON, D.C.


Lee manages the Greater Washington area, including Northern Virginia, for Truist, which formed from the SunTrust and BB&T merger, one of the biggest bank deals in recent years. A SunTrust executive for 19 years in several divi- sions, including senior living, not-for-profit and corporate banking, Lee is a William & Mary alumna. She also is a founding board member of the D.C. International Charter School and is on the executive committee of the Greater Washington Board of Trade.


FIRST JOB: Working at a small local deli. I was on the 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. shift, so I did the early morning baking through sandwich lunch prep.


MOST RECENT BOOK READ: “Parting the Waters,” by Taylor Branch


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