Koran T. Saines was first elected to the Board of Supervisors to represent the Sterling District in November 2015, was reelected as Sterling District Supervisor in November 2019, and elected by his fellow Board members to serve as Vice Chair from January 2020 - December 31, 2023. He was reelected in 2023. His 2015 election was historic as he became one of the first two African American supervisors in the county’s history.
He serves on the Board’s Finance/Government Operations and Economic Development Committee and represents Loudoun County on the Northern Virginia Manpower Consortium Workforce Investment Board and the Northern Virginia Regional Commission, as well as the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments’ Climate Energy and Environment Policy Committee —for which he served as Chair for 2022-2023.
He also serves as one of Loudoun County’s representatives on the Route 28 Transportation Improvement District Commission.
Saines began his civic career by serving as Vice President and Secretary of the Chatham Green Unit Owners Association. He has also served as an election officer in previous years, including serving as Chief Election Officer in 2014.
Saines is a Sterling native and a graduate of Broad Run High School. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management from the Indiana Institute of Technology. He has nearly 20 years of talent acquisition and human resources management experience.
He and his wife Audrey reside in Sterling and are the proud parents of two sons.