M. David Skiles,
Director of Northern Virginia Client Services
David Skiles brings several years of political and legislative experience to The Vectre Corporation. Previously, he worked for a D.C.-based government affairs firm, where he managed a diverse group of issues
Skiles' involvement in political and civic activities has allowed him to build relationships with elected officials and business leaders in Northern Virginia. He has worked on a number of federal, state and local political campaigns. In 2010, he was unanimously confirmed by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors to serve on the Fairfax County Airports Advisory Committee.
In 2013, Skiles was appointed by former Governor Robert F. McDonnell to an unexpired term on the Board of the Library of Virginia and in 2014 was reappointed to a full five-year term on the Board by Governor Terry McAuliffe. Skiles currently serves on the Board's Executive Committee.
In 2016, Skiles was appointed to the Dulles Suburban Center Advisory Group by Supervisor Kathy Smyth. This group was established to consider updating land use recommendations for the Dulles Suburban Center. Skiles also serves on the Resources and Logistics Committee for the Jamestown Yorktown Foundation's 2019 Commemoration.
Skiles is an active member of the Fairfax Chamber of Commerce, where he serves on the Board of Directors and as treasurer for the Political Action Committee (NOVABizPAC). He is also a member of the Chamber's Policy Committee.
In addition to his political and business activities, Skiles is active in his community as a member of the Free Masons, where he attends Potomac #5 Lodge in Georgetown. He is also a member of the Civil Air Patrol and is attached to the Fairfax Squadron of the National Capital Wing.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Skiles is a graduate of Valley Forge Military Academy in Wayne, PA, and serves as Outreach Chairman for the George Washington Regiment of the its alumni association. He is also a graduate of George Mason University, where he majored in Government & International politics and the University of Virginia's Sorensen Political Leaders Program.
In his spare time, Skiles enjoys golfing and visiting historic sites in Virginia. He and his wife, Morgan, enjoy food tastings and often visit new and exciting restaurants in the Northern Virginia area. They reside in Northern Virginia where they are members of Centreville United Methodist Church.
Skiles is an owner of The Vectre Corporation and a member of its Board of Directors.