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THOMAS McINERNEY PRESIDENT AND CEO, GENWORTH FINANCIAL INC., RICHMOND


For the past five years, Genworth was in negotiations with Beijing-based China Oceanwide Holdings Group, which sought to acquire the company for $2.7 billion. In April, Genworth announced it had terminated the deal, which was delayed more than a dozen times. McInerney, who joined Genworth Financial Inc. in January 2013 as its CEO, has overseen a challenging period for the Fortune 500 company, which offers long-term-care insurance and private mortgage insurance with nearly 4 million policy holders. He has spent his career in insurance since 1978 and was with ING Group, the Dutch multinational banking and financial services company, for 32 years. Genworth began 2021 with an announcement that it was laying off employees and shaving $50 million in operating costs. Its net income was $178 million in 2020, short of 2019’s $343 million net income. McInerney said early this year that Genworth planned a public offering of its rebranded mortgage insurance business, Enact Holdings.


The company has faced challenges in both insurance markets, first through the housing market collapse and then with escalating costs for long-term care that predate McInerney’s leadership. A graduate of Colgate University and Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business, he serves on Tuck’s board and also those of VA Ready and the Richmond Performing Arts Alliance.


SHANE McLAUGHLIN NORTHERN VIRGINIA REGION BANK PRESIDENT, WELLS FARGO & CO., LEESBURG


McLaughlin has worked for Wells Fargo since 2004, becoming a community bank president a decade ago and then being promoted in 2017 to head the Northern Virginia territory, which spans from Fairfax and Loudoun counties to Winchester and Culpeper. A Virginia Tech alumnus, McLaughlin is a graduate of Leadership Greater Washington. He’s also on the advisory boards for Bright Beginnings Inc. and George Mason University’s College of Human Development and Education. Wells Fargo is ranked No. 37 on the 2021 Fortune 500, and it recorded $1.95 trillion in assets in the past fiscal year.


BEST ADVICE FOR OTHERS: Ensure you and your team have time for those important family moments.


WHAT I WAS LIKE IN HIGH SCHOOL: Shy and spent all of my time playing basketball and running.


FIRST JOB: Round Hill Garden, gardener


PERSON I ADMIRE: I admire my wife because she discovered her passion in life and turned it into her career as a teacher.


FAVORITE SPORTS TEAM: Georgetown University Hoyas


FAVORITE BEVERAGE: San Pellegrino J. ROBERT ‘BOB’


JOSEPH W. ‘JOE’ MONTGOMERY MANAGING DIRECTOR, INVESTMENTS, THE OPTIMAL SERVICE GROUP OF WELLS FARGO ADVISORS, WILLIAMSBURG


Montgomery has led The Optimal Service Group since its founding in 1975. The firm has 13 employees and has $17 billion under advisement. A William & Mary graduate, Montgomery was co-captain of his college football team and was invited to the Philadelphia Eagles training camp, where he played center but didn’t make the final cut. Montgomery has been named to top financial adviser lists and was inducted into Barron’s Advisor Hall of Fame in 2019. He topped Forbes magazine’s best wealth advisers list in Virginia the last two years. He is a trustee of the Colonial Williamsburg


Foundation board and vice chair of the Virginia Retirement System board, and he has also served on boards at W&M.


WHAT MAKES ME PASSIONATE ABOUT MY WORK: Seeing the happiness that success brings to people and the good they can do when they succeed.


MOONEY CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, PHLOW CORP., RICHMOND


Aſter decades in accounting and venture capital, Mooney joined Phlow Corp. last year and was instrumental in landing a $354 million federal con- tract to start a development pipeline for medications and pharmaceutical ingredients in the United States. The four-year contract has an additional $458 million in options. He also was a key organizer in the $20 million Series A financing that Phlow secured in 2021 from private equity investors. Mooney, who served as CFO for


Ethyl Corp. and William & Mary’s Mason School of Business, co-founded and served as managing director of


venture capital firm New Richmond Ventures (NRV), along with fellow founders Ted Chandler, former chairman and CEO of LandAmerica Financial Group Inc., and Jim Ukrop, former chairman and CEO of Ukrop’s Super Markets Inc. A William & Mary alum, Mooney has strong ties to Richmond’s arts commu- nity and is vice chair emeritus of the Richmond Performing Arts Alliance board. He also raised funds for the Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School and chairs the finance and investment committee at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. In August, he won Virginia Business’ Virginia CFO Award for small business.


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HOBBY/PASSION: Stand-up paddleboarding, pocket billiards


NEW LIFE EXPERIENCE: Visiting The Grove at the University of Mississippi. Didn’t know it was on my bucket list until I was there.


WHAT I’VE LEARNED: Price is only an issue in the absence of value.


SOMETHING I’LL NEVER DO AGAIN: Grass skiing


Joseph W. Montgomery photo by Mark Rhodes


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