Anne Lewis has been appointed as an assistant Loudoun County administrator effective June 21 after a nationwide search, Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet announced Monday.
“Among the very competitive pool of applicants for this position, Anne stood out as a seasoned professional and strong leader with a wide range of relevant experience at the top levels of local government,” Hemstreet said. “I am pleased to add her to the county’s executive management team.”
Lewis worked most recently as an executive search consultant with Springsted | Waters, specializing in recruiting executive leadership positions in local governments and nonprofit organizations. She has previously served as the deputy city manager in Harrisonburg, and assistant city manager in Winchester. Over the past 15 years, her experience in municipal government has also included oversight of positions in emergency management, public information, human resources, housing, transit and tourism.
Lewis joins the other members of the Office of the County Administrator in directing and supervising the day-to-day operations of all Loudoun County departments and agencies that are under the direct control of the Board of Supervisors. The Office of the County Administrator is the highest level management office of the Loudoun County government and also serves as the Board of Supervisors’ official liaison to the constitutional officers, the judiciary, and state and regional agencies.
Lewis earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration degree and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Shenandoah University.