Meet the four candidates running for Lee District Supervisor at the May Business Breakfast. With Supervisor Jeff McKay running for chairman of the Board of Supervisors, this is an open seat for Lee District. The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has more direct affect on your business than any other elected body. The June 11th Primary is open to all voters.
This breakfast will be in the Community Room of Springfield Town Center. Enter the mall through the entrance on the Loisdale Road side inbetween &Pizza and Mezeh Grill. Go to the ground floor and proceed toward Target. On the right hand side there will be signs for restroom. Follow those signs and go past the hall with the restrooms and the community room will be on the right.
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Meet the Lee District Supervisor Candidates in Alphabetical Order
is a lifelong progressive leader, activist and educator in Northern Virginia. Throughout her career, she has fought to better our communities, whether it's teaching the next generation of legal professionals at community college or supporting economic growth through her membership in the Fairfax Small Business Commission. As Supervisor, Kelly will fight for the future of Fairfax.
With nearly 20 years of experience in law, business, nonprofit management, government relations, and communications, Larysa M. Kautz
’s career has always embodied two key characteristics - service and advocacy. Whether litigating civil rights cases, negotiating low-income housing deals, or structuring investments in developing industries, Larysa has been laser-focused on listening and understanding the needs and frustrations of people in her community, and then taking action to address them through meaningful services, programs and initiatives.
is a native Virginian, and has served his community as a Fairfax County employee for the past 29 years. A graduate of the University of Virginia, Rodney is recognized as a progressive leader within the Lee District Community, earning numerous awards and recognitions for his tireless advocacy on behalf of Fairfax County. He is the National Marketing Director for the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA) and a former aide to Gerry Connolly when he served on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors.
has a long history of working to make lives better. He served as deputy chief of staff to U.S. Senator Charles Robb and as chief of staff to Fairfax County Supervisor Penny Gross during her second term in office. He runs and manages his own international management and public affairs consulting firm. He is the Lee District representative on the Fairfax County Planning Commission where his colleagues elected him an officer, chair of the most active committee and designee to the Fairfax County Economic Advisory Commission.