Our nine-member Board governs how we operate and generally meets every second Thursday of the month at 3:30 p.m. at our Administration building with Public Comment beginning at 5:00 p.m. These meetings are open to the public. Each member of the Board is appointed at-large by the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors and serves a four-year term. These terms are staggered, so that every year, two members are re-appointed and every fourth year, three members are re-appointed. The Authority's Board appoints a General Manager who is responsible for the daily management of Loudoun Water.

Terrence Allen, Vice Chairman

Mr. Allen resides in Leesburg, VA with his wife and two children. He is retired from one of the nation's largest Proprietary Equity trading firms. He currently works in Real Estate and is Co-chair of the Loudoun Abused Woman’s Shelter and Loudoun Impact Fund. He graduated from the University of Connecticut with an Economics degree.

Brent Campbell

Mr. Campbell is a fifth generation resident of the D.C. metro area. He is principal of a small real estate advisory firm and previously worked at two of the nation's largest home builders. He currently serves as chairman of the Loudoun County Housing Advisory Board and is a former member of the Hamilton Town Council and the Dulles Area Association of Realtors Board of Directors. He resides in Leesburg with his wife and children.

Jim Bonfils

Mr. Bonfils has experience in Information Technology and as a Data Centers Specialist and holds a Bachelors Degree from Dayton University in Dayton, Ohio. He recently served as Supervisor for the Broad Run District and has volunteered his time and service to several youth programs, Loudoun County Parks and Recreation, and the Chamber of Commerce.
 

Bill Byers

Mr. Byers is an SVP and chief lending officer with First Virginia Community Bank. Prior to joining FVCBank, Mr. Byers spent time working with Middleburg, Wachovia, BB&T and Citibank in the areas of commercial real estate finance. Bill holds a BA in Political Science from The Pennsylvania State University and an MS in Business Administration from Strayer University.
 

Shaun Kelley

Mr. Kelley is an EVP and Chief Credit Officer of National Cooperative Bank in Arlington Virginia. Mr. Kelley is the past chair of Loudoun Water and the Loudoun County Economic Development Advisory Commission. He has also served on the County’s Affordable Dwelling Unit Advisory Board and Community Services Board. Shaun holds a BS in Finance from Boston College and an MBA from Babson College. He resides in Lovettsville with his wife and son.

Mark Koblos, Chairman

Mr. Koblos is the President and CEO of the KTA Group, overseeing strategic planning and direction. He founded KTA in 1989. Mr. Koblos attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and majored in aeronautical engineering.

Keith Moody
Mr. Moody is President and co-founder of LinkVisum Consulting Group, a management and technology consulting firm. His career area of focus has been centered on providing consulting services in technology, process improvement, and organizational change. He previously served in leadership roles at consulting firms PricewaterhouseCoopers, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Commerce One. Mr. Moody earned his Bachelor’s in Science Degree from Syracuse University with majors in Marketing and Management Information Systems. He obtained his Master’s in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina. Mr. Moody resides in Leesburg, VA with his wife and children.

Anjiline Sirsiskar
Ms. Sirsikar has extensive experience in public policy and project management. She has served several government agencies as a government contractor. Ms. Sirsikar holds a Bachelors in Science from University of Minnesota majored in Child Psychology and Neuroscience and a Master’s in Public Policy from George Mason University. She is also a Certified Project Manager. Ms. Sirsikar is also a recipient of national service award granted to her by former President Barack Obama for her service as an AmeriCorps Promise Fellow in that capacity she mentored high risk high school students helping them successfully graduate high school. She currently resides in Ashburn with her husband, and daughter.

 

Martin Sultan

Mr. Sultan has worked for several large water and sewer Authorities in program management, engineering and construction. Notable accomplishments include supervising the program manager activities in rehabilitating DC Water's Blue Plains Facility, providing leadership on a $35 million treatment plant for Fairfax Water and managing numerous projects related to the WSSC Potomac Water Treatment Plant. Mr. Sultan lives in Ashburn, Virginia and has a Master of Science (Civil Engineering) from Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.