Asian-American & Pacific Islander History Month Spotlight: Asim Shaikh

by Andrea Winey

Thank you to Asim Shaikh, a Chamber Board Member and business owner in Loudoun at cbd-x communicate by design! Where were you born and raised and, if it was someplace else, when and why did you come to Loudoun? “I was born in Karachi, Pakistan. When I was 10 years old, I attended a summer program at my […]

Arab American History Month: David Ramadan, XLP Consulting

by Andrea Winey

Thank you to former Virginia Delegate David Ramadan for answering a few of our questions! David is the Co-Founder, XLP Consulting, which offers consultation and expertise in Business Development, Business Management, Government Affairs, Legal, Public Affairs and Strategic Communications. Where were born and raised and, if it was someplace else, when and why did you […]

Loudoun Chamber Reacts to Publication of the Loudoun Unmet Housing Needs Strategic Plan Draft

by Andrea Winey

County housing staff unveils strategy to address housing shortage Lansdowne, VA – The Loudoun Chamber, which collectively represents over 1,100 member businesses and tens of thousands of employees across the region, shared its support and initial review of the Loudoun County Unmet Housing Needs Strategic Plan (UHNSP) Draft published by Loudoun County Staff on April 1st, 2021. […]

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Loudoun Middle Schooler Earns Top Honors in 2021 Young Entrepreneurs Academy Investor Pitch Competition

by Andrea Winey

$5,000 Investor Capital Awarded to Six Students in 5th Annual YEA! Business Plan Competition Lansdowne, VA – The Loudoun Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) held its 5th Annual Investor Panel on March 23, 2021, where 21 local student entrepreneurs pitched their business plans to a panel of investors and local business leaders live on a virtual presentation platform. Presented […]

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Guest Blog: Jason Stanford, President of the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance

by Andrea Winey

For more on the monumental $3.7B rail agreement, we’ve asked the President of the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance, Jason Stanford, to give us an update on its impact and what it will mean for our region. Yesterday Virginia, CSX, Amtrak and VRE signed a historic agreement that will make Virginia’s Transforming Rail in Virginia project […]

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Tina Johnson, CEO Consulting Group & JP Events & Consulting

by Andrea Winey

Thank you to Tina Johnson for answering a few of our questions! Check out the CEO Consulting Group and JP Events & Consulting websites Where were born and raised and, if it was someplace else, when and why did you come to Loudoun? I was born in Lynchburg Virginia.  At the age of 5, I […]

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Alice P. Frazier, BCT The Community’s Bank

by Andrea Winey

Thank you to Alice Frazier, President & CEO of BCT The Community’s Bank  for answering some of our questions! Where were born and raised and, if it was someplace else, when and why did you come to Loudoun? I was born in Norfolk, Virginia where I lived until I was 12 years old.   My parents […]

Statement from Loudoun Chamber regarding violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

by Andrea Winey

The following statement is issued by Stacey Metcalfe, Chair, and Tony Howard, President & CEO, of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, regarding acts of violence, hate and bigotry towards Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI): “On behalf of the 1,100 members of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, our Board of Directors, and staff, […]

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Dr. Anusha Khan, Mosaic Theory MD

by Andrea Winey

Thank you to Dr. Anusha Khan, of Mosaic Theory MD, for answering a few of our questions! Where were born and raised and, if it was someplace else, when and why did you come to Loudoun? I was born and raised in Herndon, VA. My entire adult life other than my medical training has been […]

New Dulles Greenway Legislation: What Does This Bill Mean for Your Bills?

by Andrea Winey

Post written by Grafton deButts, Vice President of Membership & Government Affairs The Dulles Greenway in many ways is responsible for shaping Loudoun into the community we have today.  Development follows permanent infrastructure.  So when a four-lane highway opens up through the middle of a primarily undeveloped section of Loudoun bordering Fairfax County and Dulles […]

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