The award is designed to honor those who have demonstrated commitment to support the needs of the Loudoun community. I can’t think of a more deserving person than Lisa.
I’d like to take a minute to acknowledge one of our Telos team members. Lisa Kimball, who serves as a VP for Telos ID, is a finalist for the Loudoun County Executive Leader Award. The award is designed to honor those who have demonstrated commitment to support the needs of the Loudoun community. I can’t think of a more deserving person than Lisa.
In addition to being a buck-stops-here leader within Telos, Lisa is also a leader and self-described “pathological volunteer” within Loudoun County. She enjoys a life-long commitment to volunteer service, which currently includes the following:
- Committee Member and Mentor, Loudoun County Girls in Technology Mentor Protégé Program
- Board Director and Vice Chair, Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers
- Board Director and Executive Committee Member, Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce
- Loudoun County Liaison, Northern Virginia Commission of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington
- Dog Handler, Paws4People Foundation
- Telos Corporation Liaison, George Washington University’s Teachers in Industry Project
- Director, Loudoun County Medical Reserves Corps Advisory Board
- Past President and current Youth Group Director, Beth Chaverim Reform Congregation
Lisa views volunteering as an opportunity to inspire others to act, and has said,
“Hopefully my passion spurs others to also give back to the community and actively provides a positive example to the next generation of volunteers. Ideally, I’ll instill a cycle of care, concern, and compassion that will help make our community one of the best places to live and work in America.”
Both Telos and Loudoun County benefit from Lisa’s selfless leadership. Please join me in congratulating Lisa for being a finalist, and wish her luck at the Loudoun County Community Leadership Awards ceremony this Thursday, February 27th.
UPDATE 2/27/2014 4:00PM
Congrats to Lisa Kimball, who won the Loudoun County Executive Leader Award this afternoon!
Other 2014 Community Leadership Award winners are as follows:
Small Organization: Backflow Technology
Large Organization: Miller and Smith
Young Professional: Jackie Paige with Modern Mechanical
Congrats to all of the winners and finalists!
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