David Vardeman

David is currently responsible for outbound Business Development and Networking in the GWR Region supervising eight employees—including a minority Asian Division. He has a triangle of goals involving individual, team, and staff objectives requiring self management, coaching, and ongoing strategic planning. Over the last 2 years, David has facilitated and managed at a pace over 125% producing over 100 million in overall sales. This required constant outreach (75-100 Events in 2016 attended) which has built an extensive network in the business and military community.

David specializes in Not for Profit Banking and has focused on the military community. David has personally focused Capital Bank’s philanthropic outreach to the military community (all arms) trying to impact as many issues as possible. Military Not for Profits which current bank at Capital Bank is extensive (list could be provided) and ongoing development / networking participation continue to expand. David is also responsible and work traditional not for profits throughout GWR region. He is often asked for help in strategic planning for Association, Membership Base NFP’s, and donation/special event fund raising planning for numerous NFP’s.

A natural move to Military Government Contracting has begun and will only expand network of leaders within his web of connections and advocates. Over next two years this will allow pollination of Military Owned Businesses and introductions to their Military Arm (Not for Profit) interest. David’s team focuses on both For Profit and Not for Profit Industry is allowing an extensive net of opportunity for those who Bank at Capital Bank. A military symposium is done annually which will be focused on bringing Military Not for Profits and Military Government Contractors together for common interest and extensive networking.

Prior Work: 2011-2014 Congressional Federal Credit Union-Capitol Hill Title: Director, Business Development

David joined to begin Private Banking concept for US Congress. This assignment lasted for 2 ½ years in which he learned the internal culture of Capitol Hill. He personally helped develop and facilitated the micro-lending program for the Capitol Police and Architect of the Capitol during the Government Shut Down. Working for a Not for Profit not only helped David understand the art of building consensus, but he learned he did miss the accountability of the business community.

Prior Work 2007-2011 Capital One Bank

Title: Senior Business Banker.

David grew, developed, and mastered the downtown market receiving regional and national recognition out of 25 thousand National Employees: 2008-GWR Employee or Year, 2008-2010 National Employee of the Year, 2010 MVP for GWR. These were individual awards which naturally led to future Leadership Management positions.