About the Foundation
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About the Foundation
Director, The Virts Miller Family Foundation
Scott F Miller is a Director of the Virts-Miller Family Foundation, and owner and vintner of Selma Estate Wines. He is actively involved in the community in numerous ways. Mr. Miller and his wife, Sharon Virts, recently named the Virts-Miller Family Emergency and Trauma Center at INOVA Loudoun Hospital. He is President of the Loudoun Education Foundation, is on the Boards of Trustees of the INOVA Foundation and A Place To Be, and is an Advisor to the Academy of Engineering and Technology. Until June 2017, Mr. Miller was President & CEO of FCi Federal Inc., a $250 million company providing technical and administrative support to the nation’s immigration programs. FCi encompassed 5000 employees located at 125 offices around the country and has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing companies locally and nationally by numerous organizations and publications including Inc. Magazine, SmartCEO, and the Washington Business Journal. He previously serving as Chief Operating Officer at High Performance Technologies and senior executive at MRJ Technology Solutions, fast growing, high-tech businesses serving both the federal and commercial markets. He began his 40-year career with General Electric in Valley Forge, PA. Mr. Miller has a master’s degree in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
Foundation Vice President
Loudoun County Public Schools Teacher, Retired
Becky graduated from Westhampton College of the University of Richmond with a BA in history and received a Master’s Degree from Hood College in Public Affairs with a concentration in economics. Throughout her teaching career, Becky taught government, economics, and AP American history at Loudoun County High School. She taught in Henrico County, VA and Fairfax County, VA before moving to Loudoun. Since retiring, Becky has been an active community volunteer, serving on the Loudoun County Community Corrections Resources Board, the Loudoun YMCA Board of Directors where she was president for three years, and on The Ladies Board of Inova Loudoun Hospital where she served as president for two years. She has been a longtime volunteer at Thomas Balch Library.
Wesley Clark, CPA, CFE
President at Clark Accounting Services
Wesley Clark has over fifteen years of experience in accounting and bookkeeping, managing and conducting audits, and providing consulting services to not-for-profit organizations, small and medium sized business, and local governments. As President of Clark Accounting Services, Wesley provides outsourced accounting, bookkeeping, and controller services to small businesses and nonprofit organizations. Prior to founding Clark Accounting Services, Wesley served as Audit Director of local and regional accounting firms supervising assurance services, including audits, compilations, reviews, and accounting services. He graduated from James Madison University with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Accounting. Wesley is a proud LCPS graduate. He attended Park View High School in Sterling, Virginia. When not at work, Wesley spends his free time with his wife and daughter in Herndon, Virginia. Wesley is passionate about supporting local businesses, craft beer, local theatre, and running.
My early education was in the public schools in Boulder, Colorado. My undergraduate degree is from Harvard University, with a major in Natural Sciences. I spent several years as a technician and lab manager in molecular biology, immunology and virology research labs. I’ve always had an interest in education, especially in science. I volunteered in several capacities when my son was in school ranging from being a room parent to teaching computer skills and other subjects. I spent several years as a substitute teacher for both middle school and high school, primarily in science classrooms. I also volunteered in Teach for America classrooms, bringing in science experiments for some of the most disadvantaged students in Oakland, California. While in California I was involved with several non-profit organizations where I held leadership positions, and was involved in setting up a county-wide forensic interview center for abused children.My husband, Gerry, and I moved to Ashburn in 2006, when the Howard Hughes Medical Institute opened the Janelia Research Campus. I have served as a Board Member as well as President of the Board of Directors tor Healthworks, and as Board Member for All Ages Read Together. I am a charter member and currently serve as Vice President of 100WomenStrong.
- Barron Beneski, Orbital ATK
- Omari Faulkner, ManTech
- Rusty Foster, BowTie Strategies
- Richard Gurz, Quantis Wealth Management
- Casey Holm, Palmercare Chiropractic
- Paul Lin, HP Enterprise Services
- Scott Miller, former President & CEO of FCi Federal
- Jeff Morse, Loudoun County School Board
- Lynn Rubin, 100 Women Strong
- Wade Tetsuka, U.S. Transactions Corporation
- Jesse Watters III, Esq.
- Dr. Eric Williams, Loudoun County Public Schools
- Frederick F. Flemming – President Emeritus
- Peter A. Fulcer - Treasurer Emeritus
- Radhika Bajaj, Bookworm Central
- Joe Boling, Chairman, Middleburg Financial Corporation
- Kristina Bouweiri, President & CEO, Reston Limousine Service, Inc.
- Jeff Browning, Browning Equipment, Inc.
- Fran Craig, CEO, Unanet Technologies
- Alice Frazier, EVP & COO, Cardinal Financial Corporation
- Mike Huber, CEO, Belfort Furniture
- Bernard Mustafa, CEO, Pleasant Valley Business Solutions
- Lew Parker, Owner, Willowcroft Farm Vineyards
- John Wood, Chairman & CEO, Telos Corporation