About the Chamber

Our Vision

A vibrant community enriched and supported by strong businesses.

Our Mission

To champion business and build community in partnership with our members.

About the Chamber

Since 1954, MVLCC has been the premier business organization to represent both Lee and Mount Vernon districts in Fairfax County, Virginia. Today, more than 300 businesses belong to this organization.

MVLCC has been a major player in several initiatives that have strengthened the vitality of the greater Richmond Highway Corridor. We have supported the BRAC moves to Fort Belvoir and worked to facilitate the selection of Fort Belvoir as home of the National Museum of the United States Army.

We provide scholarships for students pursuing further education in a business field. We encourage local businesses and “shop local” initiatives.

The Chamber sponsors a full program of activities for our members including business breakfasts and after-hours networking. Business awards, the Chamber Scholarship Golf Tournament, scholarships for local high school students, and recognition for public safety officers are all part of the Chamber’s annual program.

The Mount Vernon-Lee Chamber of Commerce has consistently been recognized as one of the largest Chambers in the metropolitan area.

For over 65 years the Mount Vernon Lee Chamber of Commerce has been the premier business organization to represent both Lee and Mount Vernon districts in Fairfax County, Virginia. Today, more than 300 businesses belong to this organization. We take our role as a leader seriously and advocate for policies and values consistent with the community we serve.

With a renewed focus on issues of social justice in the United States, an area that has gained attention is monuments, institutions and places whose presence or name have connections to the Confederacy. Fairfax County has announced it will be undergoing a review of the name Lee District. The name of our Chamber of Commerce reflects the geographic area of the businesses we represent. Our goal is to be inclusive and representative of those businesses and the community. As the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors considers changing the name of the District, our chamber will be following this process to ensure we continue to represent the community we serve.

Leadership

Meet the members that provide the vision and leadership for the chamber of commerce. The Board of Directors consists of five officers and fifteen Directors.

Committees

Join a Chamber committee and work with other members to promote pro-business policies in all levels of government, plan events, organize the annual golf tournament, and more.

Education Partnership

The Education Partnership is a 501(c)(3) entity that furthers educational opportunities for students in Mount Vernon and Lee Districts by providing scholarships to graduating high school seniors.