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NVTC’s 25th Anniversary Honored by Fairfax County Board of Supervisors

NVTC’s 25th anniversary was honored by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors at their Oct. 18 meeting.

The Board of Supervisors presented NVTC with a formal resolution (see below) recognizing NVTC’s 25th anniversary and accomplishments over the last 25 years.

During the meeting, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova, Supervisor Pat Herrity and Supervisor John Cook made remarks praising NVTC for its contributions to the Northern Virginia technology and business community. They also recognized NVTC’s advancements in driving a strong and innovative policy framework at the state and local level. Herrity was an early NVTC leader, serving on NVTC’s Board for many years.

NVTC Board Chair Todd Stottlemyer spoke at the meeting and thanked the Board of Supervisors for this honor.

NVTC 25 Years Fairfax County BOS
From left: Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Susan Bulova, NVTC President & CEO Bobbie Kilberg, NVTC Board Chair Todd Stottlemyer, Supervisor Pat Herrity, NVTC Special Assistant to the CEO & COO Cindy Stegmeier and NVTC Vice President of Communications and Strategic Initiatives Allison Gilmore at Oct. 18 Fairfax County Board of Supervisors meeting honoring NVTC’s 25th anniversary.

County of Fairfax, Virginia Resolution:

WHEREAS, the Northern Virginia Technology Council was founded 25 years ago as the membership and trade organization to focus on the needs and challenges of technology companies in the region; and

WHEREAS, the Northern Virginia Technology Council serves more than 1,000 companies and organizations and represents more than 300,000 employees convening, educating and advocating for the technology community; and

WHEREAS, the NVTC provides unparalled networking, brand and business development opportunities, relevant and timely content, influential policy advocacy and promotion of the region as a global technology center; and

WHEREAS, the organization works with Virginia state and local policy makers, advancing a strong, innovative technology policy framework and positioning the state as a leader in technology, attracting entrepreneurs and companies to locate and expand in the region; NOW THEREFORE

BE IT RESOLOVED, that the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, on behalf of all residents of Fairfax County, does herby congratulate the Northern Virginia Technology Council for its 25th anniversary, outstanding accomplishments and noteworthy importance to the region.