Larry F. Mazza, Chief Executive Officer & Director


A recognized banking and financial services executive, Larry F. Mazza embraces industry disruption caused by technology, seeks “blue ocean” opportunities and motivates others to think bigger and do bigger. A high-energy leader with an entrepreneurial mindset who believes fortune favors the bold, Mazza builds strong professional partnerships through his philosophy of love, trust and commitment.

Mazza’s expertise and enthusiasm in finance, startups, the growing payments industry, fast-changing technology and highly regulated industries like gaming, banking-as-a-service and cryptocurrency have made him a trusted partner and thought leader across the globe.

Mazza, 61, is Chief Executive Officer of MVB Financial Corp. and MVB Bank, Inc. He joined MVB in 2005 and became CEO in 2009. He has led MVB’s growth from a community bank with 35 employees to a NASDAQ-listed and Russell 2000 company with nearly 500 Team Members and Fintech clients from coast to coast, as well as in Israel and Europe. During Mazza’s time to date at MVB, total assets have grown to more than $2.4 billion. MVB’s model now goes beyond traditional banking and leverages the disruption occurring in the financial services industry to the benefit of shareholders and clients.

Through forward-thinking partnerships with companies like Credit Karma, MVB Bank has become one of the top 20 largest banks in the nation by volume of accounts. In 2021, Fortune named MVB as number 29 on its list of 100 Fastest-Growing Companies; The Banker, a publication of the Financial Times, named MVB as Bank of the Year for the U.S.; and GonzoBanker recognized MVB as the “Bank That Gets Fintech.”

Mazza currently serves on MVB Bank’s ALCO, Loan Approval and Loan Review Committees. He is also a Director on each MVB subsidiary to include Chartwell Compliance, Paladin Fraud and Trabian Technology, Inc. In addition, he is the Executive Chairman of the MVB Edge Ventures, Inc., Board which oversees Flexia Payments, LLC; MVB Technology, Inc. (dba Grand); and Victor Technologies, Inc.

As an entrepreneur, Mazza is co-owner and business partner of the global sports media business venture Football Talk, LLC, and its nationally recognized and highly successful website, which is a key content provider for NBC Sports.

A civic-minded volunteer and business leader, Mazza serves as a Board member of public companies and non-profit organizations. Appointed by three different governors since 2010, Mazza continues to serve as a member of the West Virginia Board of Banking and Financial Institutions.

Mazza is a member of the Board of Directors for BillGO, a startup Fintech company based in Colorado. He is also a founding Board Member of Intercoastal Mortgage, LLC, one of the largest independent mortgage banks operating in the Mid-Atlantic Region. In 2020, he joined the Board of Kraken Financial, a special purpose depository institution based in Wyoming. Kraken Financial is the first bank chartered specifically for cryptocurrency. He is a Board member for Gen-Opp Fund, a hedge fund focused on finding generational opportunities in banking and Fintech for its investors.

From 2007 to 2019, Mazza served on PDC Energy’s Board, a NASDAQ-listed, Denver, Colorado, based mid-cap oil and gas Nasdaq-listed company where he served on the Compensation Committee, Chair of the Nomination & Governance Committee and was an Audit Committee member. In 2017, he became a National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) Board Leadership Fellow.

A West Virginia University graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Mazza began his career as a Certified Public Accountant. He worked for KPMG as a CPA with a focus on auditing, including audits of financial institutions. Prior to joining MVB, Mazza was Senior Vice President & Retail Banking Manager for BB&T Bank’s West Virginia North region. His 20 years at BB&T (now Truist Bank), included serving as President of Empire National Bank and as Regional President of One Valley Bank.

Mazza resides in Dorado, Puerto Rico, with his wife Ann and family and supports a number of community and charitable organizations.

Donald T. Robinson, President of MVBF and MVB Bank.


Don Robinson has been with MVB since 2011 and was appointed as President in January 2022. He previously served as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Development Officer for MVB Financial and MVB Bank. He also previously served as President and Chief Operating Officer for MVB Bank. Robinson started his career in public accounting with Arthur Andersen and was an audit manager in the Washington, D.C., office’s technology and emerging markets practice. After leaving Andersen, he joined a local West Virginia accounting firm and was the partner in charge of the audit practice. In 2005, he joined Linn Energy as the Chief Accounting Officer and was a key member during its 2006 IPO.

Prior to joining MVB, Robinson was the commercial regional manager for Huntington Bank’s West Virginia region. He serves on the board of the Marc Bulger Foundation, Finance Committee of St. Francis Central Catholic School; is the founder and organizer of the Mon County Baseball Classic which benefits Stepping Stones; works with the WVSSAC on its Opioid Awareness Summit and GameChanger program; and is a member of Mon General Hospital’s Board of Directors.

C. Brad Greathouse, Chief Administration Officer


Brad Greathouse joined MVB Financial Corp. in 2018 as Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Greathouse has since been promoted to Chief Administration Officer.

He is a graduate of West Virginia University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He later graduated from the University of South Carolina, where he earned a master’s degree in Human Resources.

Greathouse has more than 20 years of progressive leadership experience. He was previously employed by Mylan’s North America leadership team where he served as Vice President of Human Relations through a period of tremendous growth. He was responsible for overseeing employee engagement and labor relations, succession planning and talent development, as well as leading and supporting a number of business transformation and restructuring projects.

Prior to his time at Mylan, Greathouse spent more than 12 years at GE Aviation in a number of senior human resources leadership roles for global organizations, including Turbine Airfoils Manufacturing and Engineering Division, Finance and Legal Divisions and the Customer and Product Support Operations. In his most recent position with GE as the Executive Human Resources Leader, Assembly, Test and Overhaul Center of Excellence, Greathouse provided overall human resources direction and strategy for a production, services and engineering organization with 20 locations and 7,000 employees across Asia, Europe, South America and the U.S.

Greathouse has been involved in community service activities throughout his career. He was a long-serving Board Member for GE Aviation’s Community Service Fund and managed Mylan’s regional charitable contributions program. In 2013, Greathouse was a community campaign chairman for the United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties and served on its Board of Directors for nearly six years.

Greathouse currently leads all aspects of human resources strategies and programs to support the continued development of MVB Finacial’s growth-oriented culture, including Team member engagement and development, talent acquisition, performance management, compensation and benefits programs and organizational development activities.

Matt A. West, Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer


Matt Westis the Chief Strategy Officer forMVB Financial Corp. He has led several cross-functional and strategic initiatives including the development and launch of MVB’s Fintech business. In his current role, he also serves as a Director and the President of MVB Edge Ventures, Inc., where he is responsible for the growth of MVB’s portfolio of technology companies. He is also a Director for MVB Technology, Inc. (dba Grand) and is the Executive Chairman for Victor Technologies, Inc.

West previously led the operations, technology and project management teams across MVB. Prior to joining MVB, he consulted with companies in industries including energy, financial services, manufacturing, health care and the public sector. West began his career with GE, where he held a number of engineering and operations leadership roles in the U.S. and Europe.

Jacob Eisen, President, Fintech Banking


Jacob Eisen joined MVB in April 2021 and brought more than 18 years of diversified financial technology, payments, banking and investment banking experience to the company. He served as a board member of County Bancorp, formerly a Nasdaq-listed bank holding company, until its sale in late 2021. In 2018, Eisen co-founded ConnexPay and served as its founding Chief Operating Officer. The company is currently facilitating billions in payments volume for well-known international companies. ConnexPay is backed by leading venture capital investors, including F-Prime (Fidelity) and BIP Capital, along with Marqeta, and is processing billions in annualized payment volume.

Early in his career, Eisen was the number two executive of an ATM manufacturing and processing company. He also served as managing director and head of the Community Bank Group for a FINRA-licensed investment bank and as managing director and head of capital markets for another FINRA-licensed investment bank, which was ultimately acquired by PNC. Much of Eisen’s investment banking experience focused around advising publicly traded banks, and he is passionate about facilitating partnership opportunities between financial technology innovators and FDIC-insured financial institutions.

John T. Schirripa, Chief Commercial Officer


John Schirripa joined MVB in 2010 and currently serves as Chief Commercial Officer. Schirripa oversees the Commercial Lending banking area. He chairs the Management Loan Committee and is a member of the Management Loan Review Committee. Schirripa is also a board member of the MVB Community Development Corporation.

Schirripa has over 35 years of experience in commercial banking including being a former Market President/Senior Vice President of Huntington National Bank and Vice President and Relationship Manager with Chase Bank. He has overseen the development of industry leading loan administration, analysis and monitoring practices.

Schirripa obtained a B.S. degree in Finance from Fairmont State University where he has served as a member of the Board of Governors and Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Finance Committee. A resident of Bridgeport, West Virginia, he has served on a number of community boards including United Health Foundation, the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce and the Mon-Marion Hospital.

James R. Nalls, President of CoRe Banking


Jamie Nalls joined MVB in 2013 as a Regional President where he spearheaded the company’s entry into the Northern Virginia market.  In this role, Jamie established a commercial lending and banking presence that led to the addition of banking centers in McLean and Reston.

Jamie now serves as the President of CoRe Banking where he now oversees the CoRe Banking Division, which has grown to include Strategic Lending Partnerships, SBA 7(a)/ 504 Lending, Commercial Lending, Credit, Loan Administration, Banking Centers, Wealth Management, Specialty and Title Deposits.  Jamie is a member of the Executive Management Team, Management Loan Committee, Special Assets Committee, Project Prioritization Committee, the IT Steering Committee, Risk Oversight Committee and ALCO.

Jamie earned a Bachelor’s in Finance and Financial Management Services from Old Dominion University and has been a career banker in the northern Virginia area. Prior to joining MVB, he was an Executive Officer at Virginia Commerce bank for 17 years until its acquisition in 2013.

Kelly Kroskie, Executive Vice President, Chief Operations & Digital Officer


Kelly Kroskie, EVP, Chief Operations & Digital Officer, began her role as part of the Executive Leadership Team in March 2021. She oversees Information Technology, Operations, Digital and the Project Management Office.

Kroskie is accountable for the aggregate strategy, plan and delivery of systems, capabilities and ongoing operations for CoRe Banking and Fintech.

Prior to MVB, Kroskie was an Executive Director with JP Morgan Chase, where she was instrumental in the strategy, development and delivery of a full suite of digital account originations capabilities. Previously, she was a senior leader at Alliance Data, where she served first as the Senior Director of Digital Capabilities and then as the Chief Operational Risk Officer for the Card Services business. She spent three years at JP Morgan Chase and eight years at Fiserv (Check Free Corporation) focused on innovation/new product development, client implementations and banking operations. Kroskie has a proven ability to lead high-performing, multi-discipline teams.

John Marion, Chief Operating Officer


John Marion has over 20 years of experience in the banking and financial services industry and is the Chief Operating Officer for MVB Financial Corp., where he oversees the Operations, Technology, Risk Management and Legal Teams. MVB provides banking services nationally, focusing on Fintechs and emerging industries including Online Gaming, Sports Betting and Digital Assets.

Prior to joining MVB, Marion was President of Comenity Bank and a Director. Comenity is a $15 billion bank focused primarily on co-brand and private label credit card lending. He spent much of his career with JPMorgan Chase, where he held various retail banking roles including CFO for Chase’s digital business. He was also Treasurer for the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, which contributes over $150 million annually to charitable organizations globally.

Marion began his career at KPMG as a financial auditor in the Philadelphia office. He holds an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and a B.A. degree in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles. He has always been active in the community, chairing the Community Reinvestment Committees for Comenity Bank and Chase Bank USA and serving on the Boards of Downtown Visions and First State Community Loan Fund in Wilmington, Delaware.

Lisa McCormick, Corporate Secretary


Angela Lucas, Chief Risk Officer, MVB Financial Corp.



Angela Lucas is a former federal bank regulator and seasoned consultant. Her knowledge of regulatory compliance, risk management and investment advisory services has established her reputation as a leading resource within the financial services industry, spanning consumer protection and anti-money laundering statutes, fraud and higher-risk banking issues. Prior to joining MVB, she co-founded Sterling Compliance, a full-service consumer compliance consulting firm addressing consumer protection and anti-money laundering compliance across the U.S. Additionally, Lucas built the firm's cannabis banking practice and pioneered the industry’s first cannabis banking certification program. She has spent much of her career interpreting regulatory statutes and guidance at the federal and state levels and creating risk assessments, policies and procedures for industry adoption to successfully maintain compliance with regulatory requirements across multiple disciplines and brings that depth of experience to her role as Chief Risk Officer.