D. Jermaine Johnson

D. Jermaine Johnson is regional president for PNC Bank, Greater Washington and Virginia. Johnson is responsible for overseeing all aspects of PNC’s operations in Greater Washington, including Retail Banking, Corporate & Institutional Banking, Wealth Management and community-based activities.

Prior to being named to his current role in August 2020, Johnson was executive vice president and market leader of PNC’s Corporate Banking business for the Greater Washington and Greater Maryland markets. In this role, he led PNC’s middle market, government contracting and large corporate banking segments.

Johnson started his career in banking as a management trainee with Bank of America. During his nearly 25 years in the industry, he has served in a variety of positions in Corporate Banking. He has a general corporate background with companies across a wide-range of industries in-need of cash flow and asset-based financing. Prior to joining PNC in 2005, Johnson was a vice president and portfolio analyst for GE’s Healthcare Financial Services—a commercial finance unit of GE Capital that provided asset-based lending to healthcare facilities throughout the United States. Previously, Johnson was a vice President at Bank of America within the Commercial Banking Group.

Active in the community, Johnson is an executive committee member and treasurer of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, the region’s premier business organization that has represented all industries for over 130 years. He is currently an audit committee member of the March of Dimes, as well as a member of Leadership Fairfax and The Economic Club of Washington, D.C. He previously served as executive committee member of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Ball, was the treasurer at Catholics for Housing, an executive committee member of Teach for America and the First Tee Program in Greater Washington.

He is a graduate of James Madison University, with a bachelor’s degree in Finance. Johnson is a graduate of the 2011 class of Leadership Fairfax.