Christopher Quintyne has been appointed as an Assistant Loudoun County Administrator effective February 15, 2024, Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet announced today. Quintyne, who was selected for the position after a nationwide search, comes to Loudoun from the city of Baltimore, where he most recently served as chief of staff to the Mayor’s Office of Children and Family Success.
“We had a very competitive pool of applicants for this position and Chris stood out as an exceptional leader with a wide range of relevant experience not only in local government, but at the state and national level as well,” Hemstreet said.
Prior to his position in the Baltimore Mayor’s Office, Quintyne served as a budget/management analyst in the city’s Bureau of the Budget and Management Research. Quintyne’s prior experience also includes working in the U.S. Congress, where he served as legislative counsel in the office of U.S. Representative Hakeem Jeffries and, prior to that, as a clerk in the U.S. Senate Office of the Parliamentarian. He also served as associate director of legislative affairs in the Washington, D.C. Mayor’s Office of Policy and Legislative Affairs and as assistant town manager in Chevy Chase and Capitol Heights, Maryland.
Quintyne has a Bachelor of Arts degree from American University’s School of Public Affairs and a dual law degree and master’s in public administration from the Southern University Law Center.
In his new position in Loudoun, Quintyne will join the other members of the Office of the County Administrator in directing and supervising the day-to-day operations, with a focus on supporting the Board of Supervisors’ meeting process and strategic initiatives, special project management, and the county’s Legislative Program.
The Office of the County Administrator is the highest-level management office of the Loudoun County government and also serves as the Board of Supervisors’ official liaison to the constitutional officers, the judiciary, and state and regional agencies.
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