GW President Steven Knapp Shares Virginia Plans with Loudoun County Leaders

GW President Steven Knapp Shares Virginia Plans with Loudoun County Leaders
Loudoun Chamber of Commerce president Tony Howard (right) presents book about Loudoun County to GWU president Steven Knapp (left) April 18 at the National Conference Center. Photo Credit: © 2013 David Galen
April 22, 2013

George Washington University President Steven Knapp addressed plans for the Virginia Science and Technology Campus (VSTC) in a speech before a group of Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce members on April 18. The speech, titled “The George Washington University and Loudoun County: Our Future Together,” was part of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Luncheon Series, held at the National Conference Center in Loudoun County.

More than 150 business and community leaders heard Dr. Knapp speak, including Anthony Howard, president and CEO of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, and Scott York, chair of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors. VSTC Dean Ali Eskandarian also attended the event. Full Story in GW Today, GW's Official Online News Source

 

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Ed Hatrick, superintendent, Loudoun County Public Schools, left, speaks with Steven Knapp, GW president, right, at the Chamber's Leadership Luncheon April 18. Jim W. Dyke, Jr., senior advisor, state govt. relations, McGuire Woods Consulting, in the background. Photo Credit: © 2013 David Galen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GW president Steven Knapp, left, speaks with Tracey White, chairman of the board, Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce and vice president for community & govt. relations, Reston Hospital Center, right, at the Chamber's Leadership Luncheon April 18. Photo Credit: © 2013 David Galen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From left to right: Joanne Theurich, chief administrative officer, HHMI Janelia Farm Research Campus, speaks with GW President Steven Knapp and John Wood, ceo and chairman of the board, Telos, both members of the advisory council for GW's Virginia Science & Technology Campus (VSTC) and Ali Eskandarian, Dean, GW VSTC. Photo Credit: William Atkins.

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