OCTOBER 24, 2016 — Tysons, VA — After nearly five years of extraordinary service as the President of Tysons Partnership, Michael Caplin will retire once his successor is named.
“We are incredibly grateful for Michael’s energized efforts to build Tysons Partnership into the thriving organization if has become. The diversity and quality of the Board, the excellent professional team and engaged council participation are all legacies of Michael’s success,” said Mark Carrier, Chair of the Tysons Partnership of Directors. “We will build on Michael’s creativity, passion, and leadership, and look forward to identifying a dynamic leader to continue the Partnership’s growing momentum and strategic success,” Carrier stated.
The Tysons Partnership was formed in early 2011 for the purpose of advancing and sustaining Tysons as Fairfax County’s vibrant, economically successful, and diverse urban core. The Partnership is the means by which all Tysons stakeholders can participate in making the collective vision of Tysons a reality.
Membership in the Partnership is open to organizational entities that are either located or own property in Tysons, Virginia. These include landlords, developers, employers, retailers and hospitality service providers and resident associations. In addition, Tysons Partnership has an associate membership category that allows non-voting participation by civic/homeowners associations located within a one-mile radius of Tysons and providers of professional consulting services relevant to the Partnership’s mission.
Tysons Partnership has engaged the executive search firm LeaderFit to manage the search. Potential candidates may submit their resume online here. For more information about Tysons Partnership, please visit www.tysonspartnership.org.
Contact: Katie McNerney