Evelyn S. Spain
Evelyn S. Spain was appointed to the Planning Commission by the Board of Supervisors in January 2020 to represent the Sully District. Her term will expire in December 2023.
Commissioner Spain has been active with several local community groups in Fairfax County. She served as the President of Stone Middle School PTSA and as Co-President of the Minority Achievement Gap Committee at Westfield High School. As a member of the 2014-2018 Executive Committee of the Fairfax County NAACP, she helped the branch to win the 2018 Thalheimer Award. The Thalheimer Award is NAACP’s top award given to branches and units for outstanding achievements. As Second Vice President and Community Coordinator of the Fairfax County NAACP, Commissioner Spain provided support and guidance to community outreach programs, including the Political Action Committee’s Candidate Forums. The Candidate Forum is one of the most essential programs that is used to keep the Fairfax County community and NAACP Branch membership informed of important local issues and candidates for office. As a co-leader of the Freedom Fund committee, she conducted successful fundraising programs and fostered partnerships with like-minded organizations. Proceeds from Freedom Fund events were used to support branch activities and facilitated the creation and growth of new programs. Commissioner Spain has served as a Board Member for the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board.
Commissioner Spain is the Founder and President of The Foundation for Eleanora R. Spratt Scholarships, a nonprofit scholarship program that provides funding for economically challenged students. She is currently a Quality Assurance Manager at a cloud based small business in Fall Church, Virginia.
Commissioner Spain received her B.A. from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. She received an MBA from American Intercontinental University, graduating with Honors. Commissioner Spain is a certified Capability Maturity Model Integration Team Appraiser and a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. She is also a graduate of the University of Virginia Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership Program (PLP), Class of 2019.
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