Loudoun County Chamber Announces 27 Finalists for 25th Annual Small Business Awards

by Andrea Winey

People’s Choice Award Voting Begins Monday, September 16th Lansdowne, VA– The Loudoun Chamber today announced the names of the 27 finalists selected to compete in sevenindustry categories in the 25thAnnual Loudoun Small Business Awards.  Finalists for the Small Business Awards top honors, the Loudoun Entrepreneur and The Small Business of the Year, will be announced […]

Work-Life Balance: It’s a Healthy Choice

by Andrea Winey

Thank you to Cathy Wilkes, a Certified Life Mastery Consultant, CEO & Founder of 4U Global, for this guest blog post! Do you notice that in your quest for personal or professional success you sometimes feel burnt out, overextended and tired? Or that it feels like there simply aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish everything […]

Member Celebration: A Farm Less Ordinary

by Andrea Winey

Post written by Loudoun Chamber former Intern, and new Membership Coordinator, Emma Royce Winding down the mountainous roads of Bluemont, I headed out into the “field” for a morning at A Farm Less Ordinary. Owners Maya Wechsler and Greg Masucci graciously welcomed me into their house and I had the privilege of listening to their […]

Health & Wellness: Quit & Stay Quit Monday Campaign

by Andrea Winey

Thank you to Jennifer Brady, Vice Chair of the Health and Wellness Committee  for this post! It’s July, and chances are neither you nor your company’s employees are thinking about their New Year’s Resolution for 2020 or whether they fulfilled their resolution from 2019. But what if you could provide an opportunity for employees to re-new […]

Member Celebration: The Hill School’s Innovation in the Education Space

by Andrea Winey

Post written by Loudoun Chamber Intern, Emma Royce. On a sunny Friday afternoon in May, I had the chance to visit The Hill School in Middleburg. Hill School is an independent, co-educational day school founded in 1926. They teach grades Junior Kindergarten through 8th and have a beautiful, rolling campus situated in what feels like […]

Member Celebration: INMED is Celebrating 25 Years!

by Andrea Winey

Article written by Loudoun Chamber Intern, Emma Royce INMED is celebrating their 25th anniversary! I visited INMED’s headquarters in Sterling earlier this Summer and had the chance to sit down with CEO Dr. Linda Pfeiffer, Marketing Director Nancy Baker, and International Staff Member Alexandra South. We got to talk about the history of INMED and how […]

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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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 […]