The Honorable Eileen Filler-Corn, a distinguished member of the Virginia House of Delegates and widely respected government relations professional, was unanimously elected to the Center for Public Policy Innovation’s (CPPI) Board of Directors during its Annual Meeting on June 23, 2015.
Mrs. Filler-Corn has served in the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the 41st District, since 2010. The 41st District, located in Fairfax County, includes Burke and parts of Fairfax, Fairfax Station and West Springfield. She serves as the House Democratic Whip and on the Transportation
Committee, the Finance Committee, and the Commerce & Labor Committee. She has been appointed to the Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability, Joint Commission on Technology and Science and is the chair and founding member of the bipartisan General Assembly Arts Caucus.
The Virginia House of Delegates is a part-time citizen legislature. In addition to serving in the House, Mrs. Filler-Corn is the Director of Government Relations at Albers and Company. She brings over 25 years of extensive governmental, legal and political experience to the firm where she works on a variety of state and local legislative and regulatory issues. Her principal areas of expertise are Information and Communications Technology (ICT), health care and education. Previously, Ms. Filler-Corn served in the Administrations of Governors Mark Warner and Tim Kaine, advising on state and federal relations.
She is an attorney and graduate of Washington College of Law at American University. “I am thrilled to welcome Eileen Filler-Corn to CPPI’s Board,” said Chris Long, Board President. “Her executive level experience with federal and state governments make her an important contributor as CPPI embarks on several new collaborative efforts to expand its educational programming.”