President, Rosslyn Business Improvement District (Arlington, VA)
Mary-Claire Burick is a strategic, regional leader who focuses on building engagement and leading change. As President of the Rosslyn Business Improvement District, she spearheads efforts that define, enhance and continually improve Rosslyn for those who work, live, visit and do business there. Her focus on placemaking, activation and engagement has helped to revitalize Rosslyn, resulting in a thriving mixed-use neighborhood. Mary-Claire serves on several boards, including the Arlington Chamber of Commerce, and Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, where she co-chairs the Regionalism committee. She was named as one of Washington Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business and has a certificate in Organizational Consulting and Change Leadership from Georgetown University and a BA in Communications from the University of Delaware.