Department of Economic Development
Title: Rural Business Development Manager
Chris Blosser serves as the Rural Business Development Manager for Loudoun Economic Development.
Working with farms, rural small and craft beverage businesses, he focuses on strengthening and growing the rural economy, which is key to preserving Loudoun’s way of life and keeping the County a wonderful place to live, work and play.
Blosser has been a resident of western Loudoun County for nearly 15 years and has worked in both conservation and agribusiness over that time. Most recently, he was the director of corporate and foundation relations for the Appalachian Trail Conservancy headquartered in Harpers Ferry, W.V., and was the general manager of one of Loudoun’s largest vineyard and winery operations, at Breaux Vineyards, for the preceding 12 years.
Blosser holds a bachelor’s of science in communications from Ohio University and has served on a number of Loudoun and Virginia trade organizations including Loudoun County Farm Bureau, Loudoun Wineries Association and Virginia Wine Board. Outside of the office, you’ll find him hiking with his children on a local stretch of the Appalachian Trail, W&OD trail, or enjoying one of our small town events that make Loudoun so special.