Ed Hatrik & Su Webb
Edgar B. Hatrick III has served as Superintendent of the Loudoun County Public School system since 1991. He received his doctorate and master’s degrees in education from Virginia Tech and his bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Richmond.
A 1963 graduate of Loudoun County High School, Hatrick began his career as an English teacher in that same high school in 1967. He later became Chair of the English Department and Assistant Principal at Broad Run High; Principal of Loudoun County High, then Director of Special Education, Guidance Supervisor, Foreign Language Supervisor, Director of Instruction, and Assistant Superintendent for planning and pupil services.
Highly praised and much honored, he is credited with playing a key role in making Loudoun County’s public school system a role model for not only Virginia but the entire United States.
View his video below.
Su Webb is Chairman of the Loudoun County Farm Heritage Museum, a member of the board of the Aldie Heritage Association, and a board member for the Lovettsville Park Advisory Committee. She served on Loudoun County’s Parks, Recreation and Open Space Board for more than twenty years, and was the first woman to chair the organization. In that role she was instrumental in transferring the operation of Historic Mt. Zion Church and Aldie Mill Park to the Parks authority, the establishment of Gilbert’s Corner Regional Park and the planning for White’s Ford Regional park.
A journalist as well as a preservationist, she is credited with playing a pivotal role in preserving this county’s cultural and environmental treasures during a period of unprecedented growth and development.
View her video below.