Maura Walsh-Copeland is a business management consultant with over thirty-five years’ experience in non-profit management, telecommunications, estate administration, and litigation support. Maura received her MBA in Finance, International Business and Marketing from New York University Stern School of Business. Maura is an appointed member of the Loudoun County Zoning Ordinance Committee and Rural Economic Development Council Ad-hoc Advisory Boards, the Executive Committee of the Loudoun County Conservation & Preservation Coalition, and Vice President of the Hillsboro Preservation Foundation.
Maura and her husband live on the Copeland Homestead Farm in Hillsboro, a Virginia Century farm established in 1765 co-held in conservation easement with the Northern Virginia Conservation Trust and Land Trust of Virginia. Maura was born in Virginia, raised in the northeast and Australia, and is an active community member, a non-profit organization officer and board director, and a founding member of the Hillsboro Preservation Foundation.