My name is Juli Briskman, I'm a single mom of two teenagers and I've lived and worked in Loudoun County for more than 20 years. The Algonkian District has been a wonderful place to raise my family. I've watched our county grow, develop, and bring many exciting opportunities to our residents. But I know some residents are still struggling.

I was raised by a single mom who worked hard and went to school at the same time to support her family.  I, like many in our district, face similar challenges, and I know the ways in which our local government supports or fails to support our teachers, parents and business owners. Unfortunately, our representation in the Algonkian District has contributed to these challenges the past eight years as our schools have been underfunded, traffic issues go unsolved, and development continues to outpace our county's infrastructure.  It's time for change.

My career started in journalism and communications and progressed through four years serving overseas with the State Department. I went on to work in education where I helped families explore Pre-K options and childcare, and in marketing where I served clients in the federal space.  I’ve been a volunteer in educational, recreational, and community spaces all my life, and nowhere has that been more true than right here in the Algonkian District. I believe all of these experiences create a unique set of skills and values that will best represent our community.

 

My story is the story of Algonkian District, and that’s why I feel called to represent this district on the Board of Supervisors.  I want to be a leader for the community that has been my family’s home for so long.

 

If you live in the Algonkian District, you may know me through my affiliation, work or volunteer activity with:

  • Loudoun County Schools (classroom parent, classroom volunteer, PTA, Dominion's Truly Titan Committee and Boosters' team rep.)

  • The Algonkian Running Club (co-founder, run leader)

  • River Crest Riptide Swim Team (sponsorships, social media, and volunteering)

  • Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts (chaperone, badge counselor, Board of Review member)

  • Galilee United Methodist Church (former Sunday School teacher, current youth trips chaperone)

  • LA Fitness, Gold's Gym, Inner Power Yoga, LifeTime Fitness (instructor)

  • Village Green Day School (Admissions & Marketing Director)

  • Loudoun Symphony String Workshop (albeit many, many years ago)

  • Political campaigns (Andrew Resnick for Supervisor, Jennifer Wexton for Congress, Jennifer Boysko for State Senate)

I am ready to put all of that community knowledge and energy to work for our district.  I look forward to working together to make Loudoun even better.

MEET JULI

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