If you are interested in issues affecting Fairfax County and Virginia, we invite you to attend our next
FAIRFAX COMMITTEE OF 100
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Our Rapidly Changing Econdomy:
Can Our Businesses Adapt?
When the federal government catches a cold, everybody in our region feels bad.
An achy feeling is hitting many local businesses, public budgets, and households.
Aspirin will not help, but join us for dinner as we look for remedies.
Find out from our distinguished speaker
George Mason University
Center for Regional Analysis
The wealthiest region in the country now must face some harsh realities. Being next door to the federal government has in the past insulated the regional economy. No more. Federal government contracting has been reduced significantly and federal employment has declined. Now the federal government is a drag on growth. We face a new reality. Private sector business must replace the once mighty federal government dynamo. Can we do it?
377 Maple Avenue, West
Vienna, VA 22180
Members - $39
Non-Members - $49
Seating can only be guaranteed with advanced reservations
Date: Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Pre-Meeting Festivities: 7 - 7:30 PM
Dinner and Program: 7:30-9:30 PM
Seating is only guaranteed with an advance RSVP to
Please state your entrée preference:
Beef, Chicken, Fish, or Vegetarian
David E Versel, AICP
David Versel joined the Center for Regional Analysis in 2013. He possesses more than 15 years’ experience in urban development, with particular expertise in real estate market and feasibility evaluations, regional development planning, geospatial analyses, and fiscal and economic impact studies.
He has spent much of his career as a consulting land use economist, first with Economics Research Associates (ERA) and as principal of an independent practice. During his consulting career he worked on projects in 28 U.S. states for a range of public, private, nonprofit, and institutional clients. He has also worked in the nonprofit arena, serving as Executive Director of the Southeast Fairfax Development Corporation and as Senior Planner for the Southern Maine Regional Planning Commission.
A native of Rockville, Maryland, Mr. Versel earned a B.A. in Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis in 1995 and a Master of City Planning degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1997. He is certified by the American Institute of Certified Planners and an active member of the American Planning Association.