Chairman Jeffrey C. McKay is a lifelong Fairfax County resident, born and raised on the historic Route One Corridor in Lee District.
From kindergarten to eighth grade, he attended two of our world-class public schools, Woodlawn Elementary School and Walt Whitman Middle School, before graduating from Bishop Ireton High School. Jeff earned a B.S. in Public Administration from James Madison University, and is a graduate of the Sorensen Institute of Political Leadership at the University of Virginia.
In Fairfax County, Jeff first served as then-Supervisor Dana Kauffman’s chief of staff for more than a decade before running and winning the election as Lee District Supervisor in November 2007.
As Supervisor, Jeff has been a champion for equity, education, affordable housing, transportation, revitalization and the environment in Fairfax County. He has chaired the Board’s Transportation, Revitalization, Budget and Legislative Committees. As Budget and Legislative chairman, he has fostered collaborative relationships with our federal and state elected officials, as well as our school board.
Jeff is also a regional leader, twice serving as chairman of the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission. He works with his counterparts on initiatives to better the quality of life for Fairfax County residents, having served on the Northern Virginia Regional Commission and the Board of Directors for the statewide Virginia Association of Counties, where he is currently President-Elect.
Jeff lives in Lee District with his wife Crystal, his children Leann and Aidan, who attend Fairfax County Public Schools…and of course, their latest retired racing Greyhound, Pascal.