Delegate Terrie Suit Joins Williams Mullen as a Director of Government Relations

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She starts work in firm's Virginia Beach office on October 13

Terrie Suit

I am excited to begin this new chapter in my life with the professionals at Williams Mullen. I look forward to working with the firm to further expand its presence in Hampton Roads and throughout Virginia

Williams Mullen announces that Terrie Suit has joined its Government Relations practice group as a Director. Today, Ms. Suit announced her retirement from the Virginia General Assembly and her intent to join Williams Mullen. For nearly a decade, Ms. Suit has represented the citizens of Virginia Beach and Chesapeake in the Virginia legislature as a member of the House of Delegates. Her career in the House of Delegates culminated in her selection to chair the powerful General Laws Committee which dealt with a wide range of business issues.

"I am excited to begin this new chapter in my life with the professionals at Williams Mullen. I look forward to working with the firm to further expand its presence in Hampton Roads and throughout Virginia," said Suit.

Jerry Kilgore, chairman of the Williams Mullen Government Relations team commented, "During her tenure in the House of Delegates, Terrie was an accomplished and thoughtful legislator with a well-established, pro-business reputation and we are excited that she has decided to join our firm." Tom Frantz, President and Chief Operating Officer of Williams Mullen said, "Terrie's joining the firm demonstrates our commitment to providing a full range of quality services to our business and government relations clients. Locally, she is a well-respected member of the Hampton Roads community and has a statewide reputation as an important political and business leader."

Ms. Suit will be located in the firm's Virginia Beach office. She will focus her practice on assisting companies and associations navigate the federal and state legislative process and advising businesses on relocation and expansion opportunities within the Commonwealth.

As a community leader, Ms. Suit has been bestowed with numerous awards. She currently serves on the executive committee of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce and was the 2006 and 2007 chair of the Chamber's Lead Hampton Roads Board of Trustees. She serves on the Virginia Beach Contemporary Art Center Board of Trustees, and is a previous board member for the Old Dominion University Alumni Association. She was named one of Virginia's 25 Housing Leaders in 2006 by the Virginia Housing Coalition and received the Hampton Roads Outstanding Professional Women in Public Service Award in 2005. She was honored with the YWCA's Women of Distinction Award in 2004 and the Leadership Hampton Roads "Julian Hirst" Leadership Award in 2003.

In addition to serving in the House of Delegates, Ms. Suit has worked as a mortgage loan officer for 18 of the past 20 years. Her other financial services positions have included work as a registered representative with a Series 7 license, work as a licensed insurance agent, and service in the real estate brokerage business, where she continues to hold a Virginia Real Estate license. Ms. Suit completed her B.S. in Political Science at Old Dominion University. She and her husband, Tom, a former Navy Seal, reside in Virginia Beach.

About Williams Mullen
Williams Mullen provides comprehensive legal services to regional, national and international clients. With 325 attorneys and offices in North Carolina, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and London, we deliver innovative solutions to support our clients' diverse business activities. Close working relationships with clients have been the foundation of Williams Mullen's progressive approach to law practice since the firm was founded nearly 100 years ago. For more information, please visit http://www.williamsmullen.com.

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Jerry W. Kilgore, Chair, Government Relations Practice Group
804.783.6933
jkilgore @ williamsmullen.com

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