Renée N. Hamilton, the CEO of Dulles Greenway owner Toll Road Investor Partnership II, has been elected to the Oatlands Board of Directors.
The board is comprised of 15 members who advise OatlandsCEOCaleb M. Schutz on governance, strategy, relationship building, and fundraising for the organization.
The announcement states Hamilton’s management experience, knowledge of Virginia’s transportation infrastructure, and government sector expertise will boost effortsto increase awareness and visitation of the National Trust for Historic Preservation property south of Leesburg.
“Oatlands will certainly benefit from Ms. Hamilton’s unique insights, business acumen and extensive transportation industry experience” Schutz stated. “Ms. Hamilton will be an important strategic partner and counselor as Oatlands embarks on its next phase of growth.”
“Ms. Hamilton’s experience will be extraordinarily important in expanding awareness of Oatlands as a National Treasure and a must-see destination that tells the full story of its 200-year history,” Oatlands Chairwoman Pam Jones said.
“I look forward to contributing to Oatlands’s mission to preserve an important part of American history,” Hamilton said.
As the CEO of TRIP II, which owns and operate Dulles Greenway, she is responsible for leading the business and management team and overseeing the relationship between the Dulles Greenway and the Commonwealth of Virginia.Prior to joining TRIP II, Hamilton was the deputy district administrator for Northern Virginia at the Virginia Department of Transportation. She also led the transportation team that brought Amazon’s new headquarters to Northern Virginia, served as executive manager of the Transform I-66 projects, and collaborated on the Silver Line Metro project.She served for nine years on the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board and serves on the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance Board.
Learn more about the Oatlands Historic House & Gardens atoatlands.org.