Stephanie Landrum Recognized as a Woman Who Means Business

September 24, 2018
Written by: Vicki White

Congratulations to CREW Northern Virginia (CREW NoVA) member Stephanie Landrum for being named one of the Washington Business Journal’s (WBJ) 2018 Women Who Mean Business honorees. 

Stephanie was one of 28 honorees in this year’s class who are recognized for being one of the region’s most influential women.  In its 15th year, the award focuses on women from every industry and profession who have contributed to their communities and who have left a mark on Washington.

Stephanie is currently the President and CEO of the Alexandria Economic Development Partnership where she leads the public-private partnership – the only woman to lead one of the region’s largest economic development agencies. She has been with the organization since 2005 and is a native of the City of Alexandria.

Stephanie and her fellow honorees will be celebrated on October 11, at the Ritz-Carlton in Washington, DC. Here is a link to her WBJ honoree profile:

Congrats again to Stephanie on receiving this outstanding industry recognition!