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Meet Our Newest Team Members


Terri Faw

Terri Faw joins VCC as a Senior Loan Closer with 17 years of commercial banking experience. During this time, she has worked as a lending assistant, overseeing loans from initiation through closing and post-closing. Terri has developed a specialty in compliance and document preparation. She works in our Christiansburg office and resides in Roanoke with husband Mike and four children.







Randy Gonzalez

Randy Gonzalez is the new Portfolio Manager, working in our Richmond location. This seasoned executive has 30 years of banking experience with extensive focus on risk assessment and management. Prior to joining VCC, Randy worked at the Axis Group as the Banking Solutions Director. Randy has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a Finance major from the University of Miami.






Lorie Hale

VCC’s newest Loan Operations Specialist is Lorie Hale. Located in Christiansburg, Lorie has ten years of banking experience. The majority of this experience relates to loan operations including post-closing and loan construction. She completed paralegal training and is mom to two boys.






LaTilda Owens

LaTilda Owens will serve as a Small Business Consultant working in the Richmond office. With ten years of accounting and finance experience, LaTilda will support small business development efforts at VCC as part of our overall goal to expand job creation through this sector of the economy. She completed her MBA with a concentration in Accounting in 2010.





Welcome Terri, Lorie, LaTilda, and Randy!

About Virginia Community Capital:
With offices in Christiansburg, Richmond, and Springfield, Virginia Community Capital (VCC) is dedicated to the prospect of building wealth for all through our lending, deposits, and advisory services. As a community development financial institution (CDFI), our mission is to offer innovative, flexible financial products designed to support housing and community development ventures, increase jobs, and encourage sustainable communities. In partnership with our for-profit bank, Community Capital Bank of Virginia (CCB), the non-profit VCC offers loan capital broader and more flexible than bank lending in low-to-moderate income communities in underserved geographies and markets. Learn more at  vacommunitycapital.org.