VP, Business Banker
Keshaun Clark strives to give her customers peace of mind by handling all of their banking needs while delivering top-quality service. She joined MainStreet Bank in 2023, and works with a wide array of businesses, organizations, and individuals. Her goal is to help them succeed and achieve their dreams by providing highly personalized service and leveraging her two decades of business and consumer banking experience within the Greater Washington Metro market.
She is well-versed in all facets of banking and has facilitated the growth of many local businesses by helping entrepreneurs manage liquidity, limit risks, build or improve their credit profile, obtain loans, and understand their tactical and strategic options. Keshaun thrives on face-to-face client interactions, and takes the time to truly know her customers, their markets, and their challenges at a deep level. She aims to delight her customers by anticipating their needs, and she knows she’s hit the mark when her customers refer their friends and family to her.
A proud native of Alexandria, Keshaun is deeply involved in making our community a better place to live, work and play. Over her professional career she has served on nonprofit boards and has consistently volunteered her free time and expertise. Some of her most gratifying experiences have included serving as a mentor and role model to young women who don’t have mothers in their homes and helping first-generation students to navigate the college selection and application process, enabling them to become the first in their families to attain a higher education.
She was honored in 2018 as a 40 Under 40 leader by the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce and continues to be a highly active member of the organization.
Keshaun is currently on the Board of Directors for the Clarendon Alliance, a Chair for the Arlington Chamber of Commerce’s LeadShare program, and an active member of the Arlington NAACP.
Keshaun is a graduate of Northern Virginia Community College, where she earned a degree in business administration. She has further enhanced her banking knowledge through coursework at the American Institute of Banking.