Leesburg, Va (October 8, 2015) – Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet has announced that Caleb Weitz will be the new Chief of Staff in the Office of the County Administrator. Weitz currently serves as the legislative aide for the Broad Run District Supervisor, a position he has held since January 2012.
“Caleb is well versed in the processes and procedures of the Loudoun County government. He clearly understands the needs of members of the Board of Supervisors, which is an essential component to the job,” said Hemstreet. “His work experience makes him well suited for this critical position in County Administration.”
The Chief of Staff’s duties include overseeing administrative staff and operations of the Office of the County Administrator; serving as liaison to the Board of Supervisors, their aides and county departments; managing the Board agenda process; supporting development of the county budget; and managing special projects.
In addition to serving as legislative aide, Weitz’s work experience includes serving as a campaign manager for the Broad Run District Supervisor’s race in 2011 and as an account manager for Morgan, Meredith and Associates. Weitz’s past experience also includes stints as the Loudoun field director for Congressman Frank Wolf’s campaign in 2010 and as a substitute teacher in the Loudoun County Public Schools, 2009-2010.
Weitz earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Grove City College in Pennsylvania and expects to complete his Master of Public Administration degree from George Mason University in May 2016.
The Chief of Staff position has been vacant since August after Danny Davis resigned to become the Assistant Town Manager in Purcellville. Weitz’s appointment is effective November 5, 2015.