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This strategic process is guided by a Steering Committee, which includes public and private sector representatives from multiple Halifax County constituency groups. The Steering Committee’s role is to review reports, provide insights and feedback, participate in discussions about the future of the Halifax County, and commit to the successful development and implementation of the Community Strategic Plan. Their participation is invaluable to this process.

Throughout the effort, Market Street will consult with the Steering Committee to keep the process on track and verify identified key issues. The project includes regular Steering Committee meetings sequenced around the presentation of project deliverables in addition to outreach to the Committee via electronic surveys.

Community Strategic Plan Steering Committee

Committee Tri-Chairs Indicated by Bold Type

Dr. Betty Adams, Southern Virginia Higher Education Center

Grey Watson, Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital

Dennis Witt, Halifax County Board of Supervisors
Lezlie Bryant, Realty Resource
Virginia Bryd, Southern Virginia Higher Education Center
Petrina Carter, Tri-County Community Action
Rev. Kevin Chandler, Trinity Missionary Baptist Church
Ryland Clark, ABB
Mattie Cowan, Retired
Carl Espy, Town of Halifax
Mark Estes, Halifax County Service Authority
Chelsey Garrett, Edward Jones

Blair Hall, Waller Brothers Farms
Earl Howerton, Southside Outreach
Stanley Jeffress, Jeffress Funeral Home
Adam Layman, Staunton River State Park
Bradford Lee, Presto Products
Kristy Johnson, Industrial Development Authority of Halifax County
Dr. Mark Lineburg, Halifax County Public Schools
Mitzi McCormick, Halifax County Chamber of Commerce
Tom Raab, Town of South Boston
Scott Simpson, County of Halifax
Phyllis Smith, Retired
Jason Studley, Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital
Angela Yancey, The Prizery