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REAL ESTATE


TERRIE L. SUIT CEO, VIRGINIA REALTORS, GLEN ALLEN


Suit was named CEO of Virginia Realtors, the state’s largest trade associ- ation, which supports about 36,000 Realtors and real estate profession- als, about eight years ago. Getting her start in the industry in 1985 as a Realtor, Suit went on to work for about two decades in mortgage lending.


In 1999, Suit, a Republican, was elected to the House of Delegates, serving until 2008. In 2010,


Gov. Bob McDonnell appointed Suit to be assistant to the governor for commonwealth prepared- ness and later named her Virginia’s first secretary of veterans affairs and homeland security. Suit earned her associate degree at Tidewater Community College, her bachelor’s degree in political science from Old Dominion University and an MBA from the University of Mary Washington.


HOBBY/PASSION: I am frequently called the Crazy Cat Lady due to my passion for taking in rescue cats. At one time we were up to 13, but now we are down to only five, with a sixth about to join our family.


MOST RECENT BOOK READ: “Where the Crawdads Sing,” by Delia Owens.


ONE THING I WOULD CHANGE ABOUT VIRGINIA: Not a thing. I love Virginia.


ALBERT G. ‘BEAU’ VAN


METRE JR. CHAIRMAN AND PARTNER, VAN METRE COS. INC., FAIRFAX


DERRICK SWAAK PARTNER AND MANAGING BROKER, TTR SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY, McLEAN


Swaak came aboard TTR Sotheby’s International Realty as a partner in 2007, and he serves as managing broker for the high-end residential markets in McLean and The Plains.


A Cornell alumnus with degrees in hotel administration and business, Swaak is currently president of the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors, which has more than 12,000 members.


Before joining Sotheby’s, Swaak was vice president of national sales for Realogy Corp., and he was employed earlier in hotel development, acquisitions and franchise sales.


In 2018, he was appointed to a task force


to develop a long-term redevelopment plan for downtown McLean, where his family lives, and Swaak previously served as board chair of the McLean Project for the Arts.


HOBBY: Hiking


WHAT I WAS LIKE IN HIGH SCHOOL: Studious and adventurous FIRST JOB: Bellman in a hotel


Beau Van Metre’s father, Albert G. Van Metre Sr., founded Van Metre Cos. in 1955 as a builder of single-family homes. Today, the real estate company has about 500 employees and subsidiaries in development, construction, apartments and commercial real estate. Beau Van Metre became vice chair- man of the privately held company in 2002, and in 2008 he was appointed chairman. The firm is behind the construction of about 16,000 houses and major office and retail projects in Fairfax and Loudoun counties, and in 2020 the company earned $350 million in revenue, down from $436 million in 2019. Van Metre and his sister, Alison Van


Metre Paley, established the Van Metre Family Foundation, which benefits education, the arts, veterans, people living in poverty and animal welfare. The foundation has donated more than $3.3 million to charities since 2014, including donating a parcel of land in Loudoun for Capital Caring’s The Adler Center for palliative care. Van Metre also donated 37 acres in Ashburn to George Mason University in 2009. Van Metre’s son-in-law is NASCAR


driver Kurt Busch, and his daughter Ashley is a professional polo player who was on a 2018 team with Prince Harry.


LEE WARFIELD PRESIDENT, CHAIRMAN AND CEO, CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD | THALHIMER, RICHMOND


As president, chairman and CEO of one of Richmond’s oldest commercial real estate firms, Warfield is responsible for strategic direction and leadership for the firm’s 10 offices and 450 associates in Virginia and South Carolina. He’s overseen the successful launch of Thalhimer offices in Hampton Roads, western Virginia and the Carolinas.


Since joining Thalhimer as an associate broker


in 1995, Warfield has represented national retailers such as Home Depot, Sam’s Club and Kroger. Aſter rising through the ranks, Warfield was promoted to president in 2011. In 2016, he became the firm’s


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CEO, making him only the fourth person to hold that position since Thalhimer’s founding in 1913. In May, the company announced a partner- ship with Richmond-based Cyberclean Systems to use robot vacuums to clean and disinfect commercial spaces. Warfield serves on the board of directors


of Sports Backers, a Richmond nonprofit that organizes annual races, including the VCU Health Richmond Marathon and the Ukrop’s Monument Avenue 10K. A James Madison University gradu- ate, Warfield enjoys playing basketball and tennis and is a Boston Celtics fan.


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