5 Tips on Creating a Stand-Out Application for the Small Business Awards

by Andrea Winey

Post written by Loudoun Chamber Events Manager, Ashley White Krimmel Recently we hosted a workshop with a focus on “Create a Winning Application” for the upcoming Small Business Awards on November 8th. We heard from panelists who have recently won awards at this event and they shared their best tips on how to submit an application […]

Member Celebration: Leadership Loudoun’s Mission to Raise up Local Leaders

by Andrea Winey

Article written by Loudoun Chamber Intern, Emma Royce On a breezy Monday morning, I had the opportunity to visit the office of Kindra Harvey, Program Coordinator of Leadership Loudoun. Warm, engaging, and passionate, Kindra has been essential in the development of this local non-profit specializing in the development of servant leaders. Based in Leesburg, Leadership Loudoun […]

An Atypical Journey to Homeownership, as told by Lisa Kimball

by Andrea Winey

This blog was written by our guest contributor, Lisa Kimball, who is the CEO of the Arc of Loudoun and the 2019 Chair of the Loudoun Chamber Board of Directors. My hairstylist did it. It took several months to complete all of the paperwork and submit all of the documentation needed just to make it […]

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Next Generation CEO Spotlight: Anwith Telluri, CEO & Founder of College Compass

by KC Repage

Thank you to Anwith Telluri, 9th grader from Briar Woods High School / Academy of Engineering & Technology and YEA Class of 2019 Alumni for answering a few of our questions. Congratulations on receiving a $500 investment toward your company College Compass. Applications are now being accepted for the Young Entrepreneurs Academy.  Apply Today!  1. […]

Loudoun 2040: Bad Sci-fi Or A New Hope

by Andrea Winey

Blog post written by Grafton deButts, VP of Membership & Government Affairs To learn more about the Public Policy Committee, click here. First things first, let’s be honest, unless you’re reading the local newspaper’s government column or hanging out with me on the weekends you have no idea what Loudoun 2040 is.  That’s fair, no judgement […]

Mental Health Resources

by Andrea Winey

The Loudoun Chamber is exceptionally proud that our Health & Wellness Committee is presenting “Mental Illness – Breaking the Stigma,” a discussion with area mental health experts that will focus on the importance of breaking down the stigmas and stereotypes associated with behavioral health disorders. Though this event was created by local business leaders for […]

Get Ready: Be Prepared for Hurricane Florence, or Any Emergency

by Andrea Winey

As state and local communities on the East Coast await the arrival of Hurricane Florence later this week, remember that your business and family have an important role to play in making sure Loudoun County and Virginia successfully meet this threat. County officials are telling residents and businesses to expect the storm may bring heavy […]

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Loudoun Chamber Announces 27 Finalists for 24th Annual Small Business Awards

by Andrea Winey

For Immediate Release: Friday, September 7, 2018 People’s Choice Award Voting Begins Monday, September 10th Lansdowne, VA– The Loudoun Chamber today announced the names of the 27 finalists selected to compete in sevenindustry categories in the 24thAnnual Loudoun Small Business Awards.  Finalists for the Small Business Awards top honors, the Loudoun Entrepreneur and The Small […]

Is Your Teen Overwhelmed? Help Them Learn Stress Management

by Andrea Winey

Thank you to Angie Harris of Insight Into Action Therapy for this blog post. Join us for the upcoming Health and Wellness event, “Mental Illness: Breaking the Stigma” on September 18, 2018. Learn More   Did you know that 1 in 3 teens will meet the diagnosis criteria for Anxiety by the age of 18? […]

Eye on Loudoun: Better Roads Coming Soon!

by Eric C. Johnson

The Loudoun Chamber has long advocated for sustainable, long-term regional and statewide transportation funding. Therefore the Chamber was thrilled to hear that the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) is going to invest in regional solutions that will move more of our residents in a cost-effective manner. The NVTA recently announced more than $500 million in […]