MCLEAN, Va., Nov. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Four new directors from the Washington Metropolitan area have been elected by Old Dominion National Bank's shareholders, adding a strong blend of experience, expertise and diversity to the board of the growing Virginia bank. Old Dominion's new directors are Thomas F. Dungan III, Yong Li, Wendy M. Mitchell and Paul Zhu. They join six existing members of Old Dominion's Board. "Each of these new board members brings a unique perspective and strong Northern Virginia ties that will prove incredibly valuable as we chart the course for Old Dominion's promising future," Chairman Wes Yuan said. "We are fortunate to gain the depth of experience and quality of insight to add to what is already an engaged and talented Board of Directors." "Our new directors are key to our growth strategy in Northern Virginia," President and CEO Mark Merrill said. "In addition to the capital and business acumen brought to the bank by these new board members, we believe their market knowledge and relationships provide Old Dominion with a true competitive advantage." The newly elected board members bring extensive experience in banking and business in the Northern Virginia market that Old Dominion serves.