The mission of the Executive-in-Residence Program at Shenandoah University is to enhance the academic excellence of the Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business through the practical experience of a veteran business executive. As a faculty, we believe students deserve a school that has built strong relationships with the business community and assists them in their transition process to the business world.
Mr. Clyde Lamond has served as the Executive in Residence for the Harry F. Byrd Jr. School of Business since fall of 2014. Mr. Lamond graduated from the American Institute of Banking in Washington, D.C. in 1966; as a dual major he studied commercial lending and investments. He later went on to receive his Broker’s License, Virginia Auctioneer License, and Virginia Real Estate License.
While obtaining his degree, Mr. Lamond worked at the United Virginia Bank in Alexandria, Virginia. Throughout his career, Mr. Lamond has worked in several financial industries to include: Burke & Herbert Bank & Trust Company, Comptroller of the Currency, Financial General Bankshares Inc., Farmers & Merchants National Bank of Hamilton Virginia, Harvest Bancorp Inc., and F&M National Bank. Mr. Lamond held the executive director position at the Virginia Student Assistance Authorities in Richmond, Virginia from 1994-1995. Most recently, Mr. Lamond worked as a realtor for Armfield, Miller & Ripley Fine Properties LLC in Middleburg, Virginia. Mr. Lamond has had past experience with higher education and taught courses at the American Institute of Banking in Washington, D.C.
He has been an active member to the Virginia Bankers Association in Richmond; serving as the Director, Member of the Legislative Committee, Chairman for Group IV, and Chairman for the Community Bankers Committee.
As a Northern Virginian native, Mr. Lamond has dedicated much of his free time to serving his community. He has held many positions at his church, Clarke County Rotary Club, Foxcroft School, Virginia State Fair and Cultural Center, Northern Virginia Angus Association, and the United Way Campaign. He was also instrumental in founding Leesburg Today weekly periodical, the Atlantic National Angus Cattle Show, and the Loudoun Educational Foundation.
Mr. Lamond has accomplished much in his professional career; however, his most precious accomplishment is his family. He has raised two lovely daughters, with his wife Mrs. Beth Lamond, and enjoys gardening in his free time.