Frederick, Maryland –(BUSINESS WIRE)– Frederick County Bancorp, Inc. (the “Company”) (OTCPink Marketplace: FCBI), the parent company for Frederick County Bank (“FCB”), announces the recent appointment of Nicholas J. Damoulakis to the Board of Directors for the Company and the Bank. Mr. Damoulakis’ appointment expands the Board to 11 directors.
“Nick’s tech-savvy partnered with his dedication to the growth of the Frederick community will add a valuable perspective to our Board of Directors,” said Marty Lapera, President and CEO. “We appreciate his willingness to serve as a director and look forward to benefiting from his judgment and counsel.”
Mr. Damoulakis is President of Orases, an interactive business and technology solutions provider focusing on dynamic and intuitive website design and user interfaces. An active thought leader in the industry, Nick authored and created the Digital Framework, which is an interactive process of working with organizations to align values to their culture, leadership style and strategic thinking. Nick’s enthusiasm for value-driven cultures earned Orases several awards including the Entrepreneur Magazine — 2015 Best Culture accolade. Nick is also known for creating one of the most disruptive trends in online sheet music by creating the first ever community for learning to play guitar online. His product was covered in the New York Times and earned him a personal meeting with Harry Fox Agency, Sony and BMG.
Mr. Damoulakis serves as the president and past treasurer of his church and participates in several volunteer activities and community programs including the Rotary, Tech Frederick, Vistage, Accelerent, Frederick Innovative Technology Center and the new Tech Incubator program in Downtown Frederick. He is a graduate of Frostburg State University and earned a Master’s degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Frederick County Bank is headquartered in Frederick, Maryland, and conducts full service commercial banking services through five bank centers, four of which are located in the City of Frederick and one in Walkersville, Maryland.