King and Queen County supervisor elected president of the Virginia Association of Counties
Members of the Virginia Association of Counties have elected Sherrin C. Alsop as its 2017-2018 president.
Asiop is a member of the King and Queen County Board of Supervisors.
Officers of the association were elected on Tuesday during its 83rd Annual Conference in Bath County.
Alsop succeeds Montgomery County Supervisor Mary W. Biggs. She is the first president of the association from King and Queen County.
She is the third President from VACo's Region 2 in the past 11 years.
Alsop has represented King and Queen's Newtown District for 18 years. Her father, Raymond Alsop, served the same district from 1987-1999.
She is chief executive of the Alsop Group, a proposal development, copywriting, strategic consulting and training firm.
Alsop holds a bachelor's degree in government and politics from the University of Maryland, an executive master's degree in government contracting from George Washington University and a master's degree in divinity and a doctorate degree in religious studies, both from the American Bible University.