Leadership

The Chamber of Commerce is governed by a Board of Directors made up of representatives of businesses and organizations throughout the community.  This diverse group brings a wealth of business and leadership experience to help promote, build, and support the most effective climate for economic development.

2017 OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS

CHAIRMAN
Sophie Hudson
Kash Design

CHAIRMAN-ELECT
Chris Pearson
Yount, Hyde & Barbour, PC

VICE-CHAIRMAN
Ron Warner
Union Bank & Trust

TREASURER                                                                                                                                                                 

Frankie Gilmore
103.1 WJMA, 105.5/95.3 SAM-FM

SECRETARY/ PRESIDENT/CEO
Sandy Boone
President/CEO, Culpeper Chamber of Commerce

COUNSELOR
John J. “Butch” Davies III
Davies, Barrell, Will, Lewellyn & Edwards, PLC

COUNSELOR
Ken Greenfield
Cintas

Class of 2017

Keith Farrish
Saddle Ridge Farms

Keith Morris
Integrity Automotive, Inc.

Greg Napps
Novant Health UVA Health System

Sanford Reaves
Sanford & Sons Janitorial Service

Class of 2018

Ed Dunphy
CFC Farm and Home

Frankie Gilmore
103.1 WJMA, 105.5 SAM FM

Chris Miller
Culpeper Wellness Foundation

Kyle Linski
Edward Jones-T. Kyle Linski, Financial Advisor

Ginny Koontz
Piedmont Wealth Management

Class of 2019

Tom Boyd
RE/MAX Crossroads

Al Esh
The Ole Country Store

Randi Richards-Lutz
Culpeper County Public School System

Lisa Peacock
Culpeper Department Human Services

ONE YEAR APPOINTMENTS

Aaron Simmons
First Heritage Mortgage

Brandon Lane
Continental Automotive Systems, Inc.

Wes Mayles
Euro-Composites

CHAMBER COMMITTEES & COUNCILS

The following committees and councils are made up of volunteers from the community and are critical to the function of the Chamber. Anyone interested in serving on a committee may submit their name by emailing info@culpeperchamber.com.

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND ADVISORY COUNCIL– The region’s leading, most active business and industry advocate. This council identifies and advocates for issues that impact local businesses and the economy.

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE – Focuses to increase membership engagement and educates businesses on the advantages of membership.

MARKETING COMMITTEE -Focuses on helping the Chamber maximize it’s ability to communicate it’s message to the membership and brand recognition in the community.

SMALL BUSINESS ADVISORY COUNCIL–  Identifies, educates, and advocates issues that impact small businesses.

EVENTS COMMITTEES – There are opportunities throughout the year to participate in some of our major event committees; Annual Meeting & Awards Banquet, CulpeperFest, and Professional Women’s Event.

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS COMMITTEE – Offers a unique combination of networking, professional development and giving back to the community for the young business professional.

MAJOR INDUSTRY COUNCIL – Identifies and advocates for issues that impact major industry in our community.

NON-PROFIT COUNCIL – Identifies ad advocates o issues that impact local nonprofits.