Donna Fortier

Donna has lived in Loudoun County for the past 13 years. While she was Director of Community Affairs and Mobile Health Services at Inova Loudoun Hospital, she became aware of the issue surrounding our precariously housed and at risk children and started the Mobile Hope Program. She lives in Broadlands and is the proud parent of 2 children: Lauren, who is a Junior at JMU and her son Jared, who is a Junior at Briar Woods High School.

Donna has been an active member of the community for many years. She currently is engaged in many areas of Loudoun County. She is the Vice Chair of the School Business Partnership Council, and is a proud Board member for the Loudoun First Responders Foundation. She is a member of the Loudoun Health Council (which is BOS appointed) and is the chair of the Safety Net Subcommittee.  She has been a mentor and advisor to many non-profits and enjoys her membership and involvement with many community organizations.

She was also awarded the Make a Difference Award from the School Business Partnership.  She received the Leesburg Rotary Club “Citizen of the Year” and was named the Paul Harris Fellow for her leadership with Mobile Hope.  She also received the Purple and Gold Community Service Award from the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Donna also received the Alleys in Prevention award from SCAN (Stop child abuse now), and was voted one of the “Top 100 women” in the Loudoun Business Journal.

Under her direction, Mobile Hope received the Community Steward Award honorable mention from the Town of Leesburg, and Mobile Hope was nominated as the Best Non Profit from the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce.