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Beauchamp heads PWC Chamber

Businesses benefit by connecting. That’s why the Prince William Chamber of Commerce provides programs, membership benefits and educational opportunities for its almost 1,900 member base. The chamber is designed to help businesses of all sizes reach new levels of success.

Lucy Beauchamp of Manassas chairs the board of directors for the Chamber. She served 16 years on the school board, 14 of those as chairperson. As a former middle-school and high-school math teacher in Georgia, Beauchamp understands the concerns of teachers, parents and students.

“People would tell you my heart is in education,” she said. Both her daughters went to Prince William County public schools.

Beauchamp is the executive director of Belmont Bay Science Center Foundation Inc., a nonprofit in Woodbridge that provides hands-on educational programs for students in Prince William County and the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. Beauchamp, who was raised in Fairfax County, has been a Prince William County resident since May 19, 1977. (This former math teacher knows her exact dates!)

The Chamber became one organization in July 2010; previously there were two county chambers. Businesses from the county, the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park and the incorporated towns of Dumfries, Occoquan and Haymarket. As one united chamber, their membership is committed to enhancing the Prince William region.

Watch for the full story in the Observer newspapers.

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