The Prince William County Department of Economic Development has a new director.
Christina Winn has been named to the position, according to a release from Prince William County.
“I have always been impressed by Prince William County’s diverse workforce, strong business climate, and entrepreneurial spirit,” Winn said in a release. “This is a dynamic community with great promise, and I am excited to be part of the community.”
The Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) recently made the announcement.
Winn has previously acted as Arlington County Economic Development’s Business Investment Director.
She has led economic development, marketing and financial actions for more than 20 years.
According to BOCS Chairman Corey Stewart, Winn was in charge of a group that helped bring Amazon’s second headquarters and Lidl’s headquarters to Northern Virginia.
She has experience building a program and addressing economic needs of a community, and she is a welcomed addition to Prince William County,” Stewart said in a release.
A graduate of Arizona State University, Winn earned her bachelor’s in economics. She received her master’s in real estate development from Johns Hopkins University in Maryland.