Media Release from the Office of Delegate LeMunyon on October 19, 2017
(Chantilly, VA)—Delegate Jim LeMunyon has received the endorsement of the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s (NVTC) Tech PAC for election again this year to the Virginia House of Delegates. NVTC is the largest technology council in the nation, and serves about 1,000 companies and organizations. Through its member companies, NVTC represents about 300,000 employees in the region.
NVTC TechPAC is pleased to endorse Delegate Jim LeMunyon for re-election to the House of Delegates (said NVTC TechPAC Chairman Jeff Novak, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at Oath, a Verizon company). Delegate LeMunyon has distinguished himself as a pragmatic and thoughtful legislator who, as a technology business entrepreneur, understands the importance of advancing policies, investments, and infrastructure that encourage technology businesses and entrepreneurs to locate and grow in Virginia, promote job creation, build Virginia’s technology workforce and enhance Virginia’s reputation as a global technology center.
I’m delighted to receive this recognition for the fifth time from NVTC Tech PAC (said Delegate LeMunyon). It’s a privilege to support our region’s job creators in making Northern Virginia a great place to start and grow a business.
LeMunyon is the co-founder of Sterling Semiconductor, now a unit of Dow Corning. The company is one of three companies in the United States that produces silicon carbide, an advanced electronic material essential for microchips used in solar power, electric vehicles, and data centers.