Former Dulles Regional Chamber CEO Melissa Mckenna BacksJennifer Boysko For Congress

McKenna: “Jennifer Gets Things Done for Northern Virginia Businesses.”

Today, former President and CEO of the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce, Melissa McKenna, endorsed State Senator Jennifer Boysko in her campaign for Virginia’s 10th Congressional District. McKenna highlighted Boysko’s experience supporting local job creators and bringing people together to deliver economic progress.

“As a former Chamber CEO, I worked closely with officials focused on helping Loudoun County businesses thrive,” said McKenna. “Jennifer embodies pragmatic leadership, willing to roll up her sleeves and find common ground to get things done, just as she’s brought coalitions together to pass bills supporting women, families and more in the legislature.”

McKenna urged Northern Virginia voters to send Boysko’s “effective voice” to Washington to break through partisan gridlock holding back economic progress.

Boysko thanked McKenna for her backing. “Melissa understands local economic issues that impact peoples’ lives. Her perspective has meant so much in the fight for Northern Virginia families,” she said.

McKenna served as President and CEO of the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce. She has also served as a planning commission Chair, a member of the Herndon Town Council, and as Chair of Fairfax County’s Redevelopment and Housing Authority.


Boysko is a Virginia State Senator and the Chair of the Senate Transportation Committee. She is the only Northern Virginia Senator negotiating Virginia’s state budget where she is working to deliver $2.5 billion in new education funding, millions to save Metro, and important investments to improve mental health services and combat climate change. Senator Boysko represented as many as 200,000 residents in Loudoun County for 8 years in the General Assembly. Among her long and accomplished legislative record, this year she carried the constitutional amendment to ensure abortion access, collective bargaining, and paid family and medical leave.

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