County Executive National Recognition and Supervisors in the News

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Provided by BOCS Chair Ann Wheeler’s Office

National Recognition: County Executive Chris Shorter

Chris Shorter

County Executive Chris Shorter has been recognized as one of Diversity MBA Media’s Top 100 Under 50 Executive and Emerging Leaders for outstanding leadership in advancing the County’s culture of equity and inclusivity. This prestigious recognition is reserved for leaders who are 50 years old or younger and have set exceptional standards while significantly influencing their respective industries.

Supervisors in the News

Victor S. Angry, Neabsco District

At the November Virginia Association of Counties‘ Annual Conference in Bath County, Neabsco Magisterial District Supervisor Victor S. Angry was unanimously elected to serve as the Second Vice-Chair for the 2023-2024 term. Mr. Angry, along with five others, comprise VACo’s Executive Committee, which serves as its Board of Directors.

2023-2024 VACo Executive Committee (left to right): Secretary-Treasurer Don Hart (Accomack County), Second Vice-Chair Victor Angry, First Vice President William McCarty (Isle of Wight County), President-Elect Ruth Larson (James City County), President Ann Mallek (Albemarle County), and Immediate Past President Jason Bellows (Lancaster County)

Angry said, “I am proud to have been given this opportunity to not only serve alongside my talented colleagues, but also be able to represent the residents of Prince William County. I plan to continue to serve as the voice of our residents as the Second Vice-Chair and be able to make a lasting impact.”

Andrea Bailey, Potomac District

Potomac Magisterial District Supervisor Andrea Bailey (center) and Neabsco Magisterial District Supervisor Victor Angry (right of center) were among VACo’s Supervisor Class of 2023, an inaugural graduating class of the revamped Virginia Certified County Supervisors’ Program. The program provides fundamental skills training as well as deep dive examinations and discussions of real scenarios impacting counties. Its three core courses are:

  • Budgeting
  • Planning, Land Use, and Infrastructure
  • Leadership



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