Scott German, vice president of financial sales for First Citizens Bank, has been selected as the interim board president for Leadership Loudoun.
He will serve in the position until annual elections are held in July. He replaces Danny Davis, who stepped down after taking a new job as president of the Thrive Senior Living center in One Loudoun.
“I am honored to be part of this amazing organization that works with community and business leaders to make Loudoun County the best place to live, work and play,” German stated.
Carolyn Dobson, chief marketing officer for Evergreen Sportsplex and Play To Win, was selected to serve as interim vice president.
German and Dobson are recent graduates of the Leadership Loudoun program.
“We look forward to growing the program over the course of the next year and incorporating new opportunities for both current program participants as well as our alumni,” Dobson stated.
The members of the board of directors are: Kindra Harvey, owner of Purpose WorX; Don Chudzik, vice president of Folger Nolan Fleming Douglas; Annette Morgan, vice president assurance and quality manager at Middleburg Bank; Shawn Flaherty, owner of SpeedPro Imaging Northern Virginia; Jefferson Beavers, training coordinator at Loudoun County Public Library; Winfred Clarke, project accountant at LMI; and Andrea Lucas, senior communications manager at the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce. Rusty Foster, owner of Bow Tie Strategies and Events by Bow Tie, is the program coordinator.
Since 1991, Leadership Loudoun has graduated more than 500 business, community and nonprofit leaders who make a difference in the Loudoun community. Find out more at leadershiploudoun.org.