Sergio Chávez serves as the Foundation’s Legal Assistant, reporting to and working closely with the Foundation’s senior staff – specifically for the Chief Legal Counsel and Assistant General Counsel. Mr. Chávez assists with general operations related to The Moorefield Station Conservancy, real property assets and transactions, land use, charitable giving, and contract review, among other areas of the Foundation’s day-to-day functions.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Mr. Chávez was a legal assistant to counselors at a law firm in Virginia that specialized in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings, uncontested divorces and immigration matters. He played an essential role as a translator for Spanish-speaking clientele. Mr. Chávez earned his Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts from Germanna Community College and his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Mary Washington. He also holds a Paralegal Certification from George Mason University.
Loudoun Hunger Relief (LHR) is a leading non-profit that has, since 1991, been providing food assistance to the residents of Loudoun County and ensuring access to nutritious foods for families in need.
Fairfax County Public Schools Health and Medical Sciences and the Claude Moore Scholars in partnership with Inova Health System are preparing students by putting their medical skills to test in full-scale mock disasters.
Claude Moore Scholar – Jeff Rivera is a recent graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University. Jeff majored in Radiation Sciences, concentrating within his major was Radiography, with a sub-specialization in Cardiac Catheterization for heart imaging.
Claude Moore Scholar – Lexi Multi prepared for a healthcare career by majoring in Radiation Services at Virginia Commonwealth University, with a concentration in Radiography and a sub-specialization in Computerized Tomography (CT) scanning.