Supervisor Rodney L. Lusk was sworn in as Fairfax County Lee District Supervisor in January of 2020 and is the first African American male elected to the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors.
He currently serves as Chairman of the Public Safety Committee, Vice-Chairman to the Personnel and Reorganization Committee, member of the Audit Committee, a member of the Successful Children and Youth Policy Team, and Secretary Treasurer for the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
Prior to being elected as Lee District Supervisor, Rodney served 32 years as a Fairfax County employee, which included roles delivering human services along the Historic Richmond Highway Corridor, serving on the staff of two former Board of Supervisors, and as National Marketing Director for the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority. Additionally, Rodney previously served as a member of the Fairfax County Planning Commission and the Fairfax County Park Authority.
Supervisor Lusk’s priorities while in office include opening a workforce development center on Route One, reforming police policy, addressing the County’s affordable housing crisis, improving our pedestrian and bicycle safety network, and implementing a Bus Rapid Transit project on Richmond Highway. In addition, his office coordinated with Fairfax County government agencies, local non-profits, and Lee District residents to organize food distributions across the community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, over three million pounds of food and supplies were distributed to residents in need.
Rodney is a native Virginian, a Lee District resident for 22 years, and a graduate of the University of Virginia. Rodney and his wife Jacquelyn are proud parents to their two daughters, Addison and Sheridan.