Ramona Kaye Mockoviak

Senior Vice President, Private Client Advisor

Professional Profile

Ramona Mockoviak joined Bank of America Private Bank in 2008 and is a Private Client Advisor.  In this role, Ramona is responsible for the delivery of Wealth Management to high net worth individuals and families in Washington DC and the suburban Maryland and Northern Virginia markets. 

Ramona started her banking career over 25 years ago with Barnett Banks in Florida, and moved to Northern Virginia in 1989.  Former roles in her banking career include Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of F&M Bank of Northern Virginia, and most recently, Senior Vice President and Group Director for BB&T Wealth Management for Maryland, Washington DC and Virginia.

Ramona currently resides in Falls Church, Virginia.  She is active in a variety of community activities.

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