The Loudoun County Disability Services Board has presented its 2021 FAIME—Full Accessibility and Inclusion: Moving toward Equity—Awards to nine local businesses.
The FAIME Award recognizes Loudoun County businesses that demonstrate a commitment to hiring people with disabilities and providing them with opportunities to develop their skills and career in an inclusive work environment.
The 2021 honorees, who received their awards February 25, 2022, are:
- Falcon Heating & Air Conditioning, Sterling
- Harris Teeter, Aldie
- Home Depot, Leesburg
- Home Goods, Ashburn
- Lansdowne Resort, Leesburg
- Salamander Resort & Spa, Middleburg
- Walgreens, Leesburg
- Wegmans Food Markets, Leesburg and Sterling
The Disability Services Board is an at-large advisory body appointed by the Board of Supervisors to identify and advise county leaders on issues of importance to people with disabilities, their families and caregivers to help make Loudoun County an accessible and inclusive community.
Photo at right: Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chair Phyllis J. Randall, Broad Run District Supervisor Sylvia R. Glass and Leesburg District Supervisor Kristen C. Umstattd with FAIME Award recipients at the February 25, 2022, ceremony.
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