Economic Development Commission Recruiting New Members
The EDC has openings for terms beginning January 2013. Leaders from all sectors of the local business community are encouraged to apply.
Loudoun County’s Economic Development Commission (EDC) seeks local business leaders who can contribute their time, energy, and ideas to promote business growth, strengthen the local economy, and preserve Loudoun’s high quality of life. The EDC has openings for terms beginning January 2013. Leaders from all sectors of the local business community are encouraged to apply.
Letters of interest and resumes are due in the Department of Economic Development office by 5 p.m., Friday, August 10.– electronic submissions are preferred. Interviews will take place in September. Letters of interest, along with resumes or a biography, can be sent to:
EDC Nominating Committee
Loudoun County Department of Economic Development
1 Harrison Street, SE, Mail Stop # 63
Leesburg, VA 20175
email@example.com ~ fax: 703-771-5363
Established in 1995 by the county’s Board of Supervisors, the EDC is a public/private partnership responsible for promoting Loudoun’s economic development. The Commission serves as a forum through which business and government leaders meet to exchange ideas and experiences about business growth in the county.
Organized with up to thirty-five voting members, the EDC features representatives from diverse industries such as: aerospace, agribusiness, banking & finance, higher education, professional services, federal contracting, information and communications technology, real estate development, retail, and small business.
Additional commissioners include ex-officio members representing key community and economic development organizations. The Commission also has several classes of non-voting members including standing advisory members and specially appointed advisory members.
The Commission’s responsibilities include:
• Providing program and policy recommendations to the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors.
• Updating and implementing the community’s Economic Development Strategic Plan.
• Coordinating economic development and marketing activities among public/private groups in the County.
Learn more about the Economic Development Commission online.