tadlockK. Lynn Tadlock an accomplished director with excellent communication and negotiation skills. A recognized and award winning leader with over thirty years of experience in municipal government and philanthropy.

Her achievements include development of a model high school Healthcare Education Program, design and implementation of a program based giving program for one of the largest private Foundations in Virginia preservation of over 7,000 acres of parkland, completion of over $300 million of construction projects, development of methodologies and standards for municipal park systems, and securing over $6 million dollars for community based projects.

Currently Ms. Tadlock is the Deputy Executive Director for the Claude Moore Charitable Foundation, one of the top private funding organizations in Virginia having contributed more than 50 million to charities and non-profits in Virginia.

She serves on several boards including: Chairman, Community Foundation of Northern Virginia; Vice Chair, Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers; Secretary/ Treasurer, Moorefield Station Conservancy; Director Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce; Past Chairperson, Unity of Fairfax Board of Trustees; Engineering Standards Review Board; Virginia Recreation and Parks Society.

Ms. Tadlock recognitions include: 2014 Chairman’s Award Loudoun Chamber, 113th US House of Representatives - Northern Virginia Leadership Award, 2013 Trustee Leadership Award- Leadership Fairfax, Certificate of Appreciate for project collaboration - Inova Health System, Outstanding Plan of the Year American Planning Association, Fairfax County Park Authority Outstanding Service Award.

Ms. Tadlock has contributed to the educational sector serving as Adjunct Professor in the School of Recreation, Health and Tourism at George Mason University teaching Tourism and Events Marketing, and was the featured lecturer on the Tour of Bulgaria, for the American Embassy, Bulgaria.

A frequent speaker at conferences and user groups, Ms Tadlock has published articles and Op-eds on philanthropy and non-profit management, park planning, environmental land use, market trends, and policy issues.