MacIntyre hired as Middleburg’s Director of Business Development

The Town of Middleburg has hired Alexandra “Ali” MacIntyre as its new Director of Business Development and Community Partnerships.

MacIntyre brings nearly three years’ experience as Member Relations Manager at the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, and five years’ experience as the General Manager at Briar Patch Bed and Breakfast, just outside of Aldie. MacIntyre began her role with the Town on Sept. 7.

“We are thrilled to have Ali join our team at the Town of Middleburg,” said Danny Davis, Town Manager. “She has demonstrated a keen ability to build relationships, provide support to our business community, and assist in the strategic initiatives of the Town Council.”

The Town’s economic development function has been recently refined to focus on business and community partnerships, business support services, communications and marketing, and events management and tourism support.

MacIntyre will also implement key strategies defined in the Economic Development Strategy completed by Camoin Associates in March 2020 and updated in November 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I am truly excited to join the Town of Middleburg organization,” said MacIntyre. “Having lived in Northern Virginia for the past 8 years, Middleburg has a warmth and a familiarity that feels like home. I am grateful and excited to immerse myself in its culture and begin building relationships with those who live, work, and play here. The kindness and hospitality of the Town is unmatched, and it is an honor to join the Middleburg family.”

More information about the Town’s economic development activities can be found at www.middleburgva.gov .

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