Sharon Virts is active in the Loudoun community serving as Chairman of the Loudoun Economic Development Commission; Member of the CEO Cabinet for the Loudoun County Chamber; Director of the Loudoun Inova Hospital Foundation; Board of Directors of the Middleburg Film Festival; Board of Trustees at Oatlands; serves on the Northern Virginia Regional Council for the Virginia Initiative for Growth & Opportunity; member of WE Capital (a venture capital group investing in women led businesses with social impact missions); member of 100WomenStrong. She lectures nationally on leadership development and small business growth.
Ms. Virts has nearly 30 years of experience in the federal market. She founded FCi Federal which has experienced stellar growth since 2005, growing from 35 employees and $1.5 million in revenue in 2007, to nearly 5,000 employees and $250 million in revenue today. The company just made the Inc. 5000 list for the 6th year in a row.
In 2016, Ms. Virts was named to Washington Business Journal’s Power 100 and recognized as one of the top five female founders and owners of the largest companies in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. She also won a SmartCEO Leadership Award which recognizes the achievements of top women business leaders in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. In 2013, she was named Ernst and Young’s 2013 Entrepreneur of the Year for Greater Washington as well as received two gold Stevie Awards for Women of the Year and Female Entrepreneur of the Year in Business Services. She was recognized by the Women’s Chamber of Commerce for her assistance and mentoring support of other women-owned small businesses by receiving their prestigious Stellar Award in 2013 and their Women Contractor/Growth Master Award in 2012.
Married in October 2016, Sharon and Scott have six children between them – ranging in age from 15 to 30. Charlie is their only grandson
Scott Miller is actively involved in the community in numerous ways. Mr. Miller and his wife, Sharon Virts, recently named the Virts Miller Family Emergency and Trauma Center at INOVA Loudoun Hospital. He is on the Board of Trustees of the INOVA Foundation Board, and is a board member of the Loudoun Education Foundation.
Until June 2017, Mr. Miller was President & CEO of FCi Federal Inc., a $250 million company providing administrative support to the nation’s immigration programs. FCi encompassed 5000 employees located at 125 offices around the country. FCi Federal has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing companies locally and nationally by numerous organizations and publications including Inc. Magazine, SmartCEO, and the Washington Business Journal. He joined the company in 2012, previously serving as Chief Operating Officer at High Performance Technologies and senior executive at MRJ Technology Solutions, fast growing, high-tech businesses serving both the federal and commercial markets. Mr. Miller began his 40-year career with General Electric in Valley Forge, PA.
Mr. Miller and Ms. Virts were recently married and own the historic Selma Mansion and Farm in Loudoun County which they are currently renovating.