Our Past Chairman's Council

Advisors to the Chamber’s Executive Committee.

Our Chamber Board of Directors

We are fortunate to count many of our Region's business leaders as members of our Board of Directors. Our entire Board and Executives are listed below.

Meet our Past Chairman's Council

Our Past Chairman's Council (PCC) serves, as needed, as an advisor to the Chamber's Executive Committee. The PCC is an advisory committee whose members include prior board members who served as past Chairpersons of the Chamber. It is chaired by the Immediate Past Chairman of the Board.

Meet Our Board of Directors
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Your Chamber Membership Contact

For more information, please contact John Woodstock, Director, Sales: 703.752.7526 or jwoodstock@novachamber.org



Immediate Past Chairman

Luanne Gutermuth

LSG Solutions

Luanne Gutermuth (chair) | Founder and CEO | LSG Solutions, LLC

Joel Birken | Founding Shareholder | Rees Broome PC

George Cave | Senior Vice President | Commercial Banking Division | Sandy Spring Bank

Jim Dyke | Senior Advisor | McGuireWoods Consulting

Kathryn Falk | Vice President | Cox Communications

David Guernsey | President and Chief Executive Officer | Guernsey, Inc.

Lovey Hammel | President & Co-Founder | Employment Enterprises, Inc.

Harry Klaff | President of Client Services | Avison Young

Rich LaFleur | Partner | Grant Thornton LLP

Mark Moore | Division Executive, Corporate & Institutional Banking | Sandy Spring Bank

Phil Panzarella | Chief Executive Officer | Panzarella Consulting LLC

Rebecca Parker | Vice President - Investments | RBC Wealth Management

Kevin Reynolds | President | United Bank

Todd Rowley | Market Executive for the Capital Region | Old Dominion National Bank

Todd Stottlemyer | CEO | CNSI

Mitch Weintraub | Managing Partner | Cordia Partners

Click here to view a full listing of Past Chairmen of the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce.

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The Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce serves as a direct channel for leadership in Fairfax County Public Schools to interact with regional business leaders. The interactions are vital to ensuring the economic growth of our community. We enjoy the collaborative relationships we have with the business community on initiatives such as workforce development, facilities construction, transportation, and the promotion of diversity, equity, and inclusion in our community. By working together, we’re preparing the future workforce, FCPS students, for the future.

Scott S. Brabrand

Division Superintendent, Fairfax County Public Schools

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