Tiffany Meehan is the new marketing manager for The National Conference Center and West Belmont Place in Lansdowne.
Meehan has lived and worked in Leesburg most of her life. With an expertise in digital media with an emphasis on strategy and results-driven social media promotion, she will be responsible formanaging marketing operations under Chuck Ocheltree, the chief marketing officer forThe National Conference Center, West Belmont Place, The Black Olive Bar & Grill,and The National’s Challenge Course.
Meehan was the creative force behind DC Mayor Muriel Bowser’s “202 Creates” campaign, and oversaw digital marketing efforts at The George Washington University’s Lisner Auditorium. As a consultant and professional photographer, she has worked on digital marketing projects for local businesses including Visit Loudoun, Gentle Harvest, Ayrshire Farm, and the 9:30 Club. She grew up in the hospitality business, helping her mother, event planner Maria Guerra, run their family-owned wedding venue, Raspberry Plain, until it was sold in 2016.
“The National has been an iconic institution in Northern Virginia for as long as I can remember,” Meehanstated. “…I’m looking forward to helping them expand their marketing efforts and contribute to the continued success of this Loudoun County treasure.”