The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce has hired Eric C. Johnson as its new government relations manager.
He has worked in various settings, including the Virginia House of Delegates and the White House. He previously worked as the executive director of the Fairfax County Republican Committee, assistant administrator at Fairfax Christian School and in 2013 was campaign manager for the Friends of David Ramadan, in the 87th District House of Delegates race. He also served as Ramadan’s legislative aide in the House.
“The Chamber is deeply committed to being the voice of business in Loudoun County with local, state and federal political and policy leaders,” said Chamber President and CEO Tony Howard. “After reviewing numerous qualified individuals, we feel confident that Eric is the right choice to help us continue in our mission.”
“I am excited to be joining the Chamber and to be back working in Loudoun County,” Johnson said. “Loudoun is an exciting place to live and work and raise a family, and I am happy to be able to play a role that is going to have such close ties to our wonderful community. Tony and the rest of the team here at the Chamber have done a great job, working to create and promote a world class qualify of life in Loudoun County, and I hope I can make a solid contribution to that continued effort.”
Johnson replaces Brian Fauls, who established the position four years ago. Fauls left in February