Our Strategic Leadership Board of Advisors
Our Chamber Board of DirectorsWe 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.
Strategic Leadership Board of Advisors
The Strategic Leadership Board of Advisors's (SLBA) primary purpose is to contribute to the continued relevance of the Chamber by conducting an environmental scan of factors from outside the organization that may impact its long-term viability, and to make recommendations to the Chamber Board when appropriate.
Kathy Albarado (chair) | President & CEO | Helios HR
Tony Anikeeff | Partner | Williams Mullen
Christopher Arabia | Regional VP/Community Lending | TD Bank
Kristina Bouweiri | President and CEO | Reston Limousine
Mary-Claire Burick | President | Rosslyn BID
Lyles Carr | Senior Vice President | The McCormick Group
Mark Carrier | President | B.F. Saul
Sam Collins | Foundation Executive Director | Northwest Federal Credit Union
Steven Day | Vice President Corporate Banking | PNC Bank
Mike Discenza | CFO, North America | Transurban
Ken Fleming | Partner | Baker Tilly
Mike Forehand | Vice President, Government and Community Affairs | Inova
Steve Gladis | President & CEO | Steve Gladis Leadership Partners
Gregory Grant | Partner | Shulman, Rogers
Dr. Anne Kress | President | Northern Virginia Community College
Cathy Lange | Partner & Practice Director | Human Capital Advisors, LLC
Ryan McLaughlin | CEO | Northern Virginia Association of Realtors
Paul Misener | VP, Global Innovation Policy and Communications/ VP for Global Public Policy | Amazon
Jack Moore | Managing Director | Evans Consulting
Ramal Moreland | Executive Director | Middle Market Banking | JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Bud Morrissette | Group President | Interstate Moving | Relocation | Logistics
Richard Pineda | President & CEO | CALIBRE
Pallabi Saboo | Executive Chair and Founder | Harmonia Holdings Group, LLC
Julie Simmons | Managing Director | Human Capital Strategic Consulting
"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