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Welcome to Your Hour with APA Virginia Chapter sponsored by The Berkley Group. This is a free webinar series happening the fourth Monday of each month from Noon - 1 p.m. and is currently open to everyone, members and non-members. Members can receive 1 CM credit for watching live. All webinars are recorded and posted to our YouTube channel within 24 hours. 

Members can now also take advantage of On-Demand Education and watch past webinars for CM credits thru December 31, 2020. View the comment sections of each individual webinar for CM info. 

Interested in presenting? Contact Sarah Pentecost at

Upcoming Webinars

Rise of a Region

Rise of a Region: A Development History of Northern Virginia (Part 2)

Monday, June 24, 2019
Noon - 1 p.m.
CM | 1  pending

Rise of a Region covers Northern Virginia's major growth factors from its settlement in the 1700s through today, including government spending, roads, utilities, private investment, and public policy decisions. 


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Andrew A. Painter

Walsh Colucci

Andrew works in the firm’s Land Use and Zoning practice group where he focuses on securing zoning entitlements across northern Virginia, including Fairfax County, Arlington County, Loudoun County, the City of Falls Church, the City of Fairfax, and the Town of Leesburg.  Andrew advises clients on all aspects of the land entitlement process and real estate matters, and frequently appears before planning commissions, local governing bodies, and citizen organizations.

Prior to joining Walsh Colucci in 2007, Andrew worked for two members of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, the County Administrator of Caroline County, Virginia, and former Virginia Governor (now U.S. Senator) Mark Warner. Andrew has spent much time traveling and writing about the region’s land development history and has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Richmond and the University of Mary Washington. Andrew is also the author of a 2018 book chronicling the history of the Virginia wine industry, Virginia Wine: Four Centuries of Change, published by George Mason University Press and distributed by the University of Virginia Press.