“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” —John Quincy Adams

The Chamber’s Lessons in Leadership program is an intimate dialogue regarding the role of leadership both within the board room and outside in the community. In this four part series, you will hear stories of professional and personal triumph from local Loudoun leaders who will reflect on the lessons they’ve learned and strategies they’ve employed to shaped their successes and their leadership roles.  

This unique and inspirational experience is designed to help you grow as a leader and to encourage you to inspire others to become leaders in our community.

2017 UPCOMING Events

On Thursday, September 28th, the Loudoun County Chamber is proud to present George Mason University President Ángel Cabrera as its next speaker in the 2017 Leadership Series. Mason, Virginia’s largest public research university, in 2016 became one of 115 U.S. universities selected for the highest research category of the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. Before becoming Mason’s president in 2012, Dr. Cabrera led IE Business School in Madrid, and Thunderbird School of Global Management, now affiliated with Arizona State University.

Dr. Cabrera will share his perspective on Mason’s rapid emergence and how world-class research universities act as a magnet for international talent, attract businesses by providing a career-ready work force, and drive regional economies through innovation and entrepreneurship. REGISTER TODAY!


2017 PAST Events

On Thursday, June 1, 2017,  we enjoyed, Washington Redskins legend Santana Moss for a special “Leadership Series” luncheon event, where he discussed his experiences as one of the team’s all-time greatest players, his thoughts on leadership and his experiences living and working in Loudoun County since 2005.

On Monday, June 26, 2017, the U.S. Senator Tim Kaine shared his thoughts and the lessons he has learned during an extraordinary political career - one that began as a Richmond City Council member and brought him to the national state.