Father of four, works for the world’s largest business organization, former U.S. Senate aide
Chairman of the Board of Supervisors Finance, Government Operations and Economic Development Committee
2018 Chairman, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Board of Directors
2019 Chairman, Northern Virginia Transportation Commission
WMATA (Metro) Board of Directors Alternate
Member, Route 28 Transportation Improvement District Commission
Matthew F. Letourneau was elected to represent the Dulles District on the Board of Supervisors in 2011 and reelected in 2015 with over 70% of the vote. He serves as chairman of the Board's Finance, Government Operations and Economic Development Committee, where he works to maintain Loudoun's top credit ratings and ensure effective, efficient government. In 2018, he served as Chairman of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) Board of Directors--the first Supervisor from Loudoun to chair that body in 35 years. In January 2019, he became the first Loudoun County Supervisor to Chair the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission (NVTC), which oversees public transit in Northern Virginia. He was also selected to serve as a member of the Metro Board of Directors as an alternate. Through his work at NVTC, Supervisor Letourneau has been a leading voice for reforming Washington's Metro system.
He currently serves as Managing Director Director of Communications for the Global Energy Institute at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Prior to joining the Chamber, he was the Republican Communications Director for the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Early in his career, he served as press secretary for U.S. Senator Pete Domenici of New Mexico, as an aide to U.S. Senator Jon Kyl of Arizona and as a White House intern.
In Loudoun, he was formerly president of a large condominium unit owners association and served as Dulles District chairman of the Loudoun County Republican Committee.
Originally from central Massachusetts, he was a cum laude graduate of The Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. While at Catholic University, he met his future wife Margaret. They were married in 2005. They have four children – Patrick, Emily, Brendan, and Caitlin. They currently reside in Little River Commons in Chantilly and attend Corpus Christi Catholic Parish in Stone Ridge.