The Hampton Roads Military and Federal Facilities Alliance (HRMFFA) has begun a search for a new Executive Director. The position description can be found here. Interested persons should submit a resume with cover letter to Craig Quigley at
ODU's Dragas Center for Economic Analysis and Policy 2021 State of the Region Report (military impact on pgs 23-29)
HRMFFA Executive Director, Craig Quigley, and Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce CEO, Bryan Stephens, are featured in Build Together's short video on protecting businesses and Federal installations in Hampton Roads from sea level rise.
"It's a show stopper. If I can't get my soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines & coast guardsmen to their units, they can't do their job." @BryanStephensHR & Rear Admiral Craig Quigley call for federal action to protect businesses & military installations from extreme flooding.
HRMFFA was on the October 1, 2019 edition of Peninsula Bizz Buzz with Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Bob McKenna.
Members of the HRMFFA Board of Directors pose with Senator Mark Warner during the Board trip to Washington DC on September 26, 2018. Pictured from left to right: York County Supervisor Tom Shepperd, Norfolk Mayor Kenneth Alexander, Hampton Mayor Donnie Tuck, Senator Mark Warner, Portsmouth Mayor John Rowe, James City County Supervisor Mike Hipple, Newport News Mayor McKinley Price.
-Norfolk/Virginia Beach Joint Land Use Study Issued
-Hampton/Langley AFB Joint Land Use Study Addendum Issued
-Newport News/Fort Eustis Joint Land Use Study Issued
-HRMFFA letter opposing offshore oil & gas drilling off Virginia's coast
-Great American Defense Communities Video Featuring Hampton Roads
-America's Defense Communities Magazine Featuring Hampton Roads
-Press release anouncing Hampton Roads as a 2017 Great American Defense Community
-JBLE Public Affairs story on Hampton Roads being named a 2017 Great American Defense Community