Leadership Loudoun develops current and emerging leaders in Loudoun County, Virginia to work together to make a better community. Three partners founded Leadership Loudoun in 1991: County of Loudoun, Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, and Loudoun County Volunteer Service. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit, membership-based organization.

Apply for Leadership Loudoun’s Class of 2018

Learn how to apply to become a part of perhaps the best class ever!

Questions? Email program.coordinator@leadershiploudoun.org or call (571) 510-0520.

Leadership Loudoun Elevates Components of the Program Curriculum

Beginning with the Class of 2016, Leadership Loudoun adjusted its Program to replace the “Community Impact Project” with a “Think Tank” component.
The purpose of the Leadership Loudoun Think Tank is to drive experiential learning through application of a process. This process gathers different people with diverse expertise and encourages collaborative, creative examination of a community issue. The Think Tank Model serves to both facilitate objective and balanced examination of a community issue and to move beyond short-term or concrete solutions to make way for visionary ideas.
Read the full story here.

Program Days

January – Transportation Team – January Program Day
February – Meeting with State Senators and Delegates
March – Arts and Cultural Team – March Program Day

My Leadership Loudoun Story

Raham Parker, Executive Director, Loudoun Free ClinicLeadership Loudoun was a tremendous experience I hold in high regard and it has helped me better understand how the business of professional relationships is key to any business growth that a leader creates. I am the Executive Director of the Loudoun Free Clinic, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, that focuses on serving the healthcare needs of uninsured Loudoun County adult residents ages 18 to 64 and at 200% or below of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. We offer primary care, specialty care, laboratory testing, medications, and radiologic imaging and little to no cost to our patients. We also offer a chance at rebuilding the mind, body, and spirit of those in need.
~ Rahman A. Parker, Executive Director, Loudoun Free Clinic
Leadership Loudoun Class of 2013 – Best Class Ever!

Advance. Build. Serve.

Since 1991, Leadership Loudoun has graduated over 500 business, community, and nonprofit leaders who make a difference in our community!

Leadership Loudoun provides:

  • Leadership development program. Learn about the county’s history, political structure, and economic climate while exploring the challenges and issues facing our fast-growing county. Participants represent business, government, and nonprofits sectors.
  • Graduates of the leadership development program are invited to become members of Leadership Loudoun. Continue to build your leadership expertise working on issues of importance to the community.