Stephanie Landrum is President & CEO of the Alexandria Economic Development Partnership (AEDP). Appointed by the Board of Directors in April 2015, Stephanie has held leadership roles in the organization since 2005. AEDP is responsible for leading the City of Alexandria’s efforts to grow the tax base, diversify the economy and attract and retain businesses and organizations. The public-private corporation is focused on defining and marketing Alexandria as an innovative, creative, diverse, knowledge-based community with a high quality of life, located in the heart of the booming Northern Virginia economy.
Stephanie serves in various capacities on Boards, Commissions and Committees related to economic development, marketing and business throughout the Washington, DC region. In 2017, she was selected to participate in the inaugural class of the Urban Land Institute’s Washington Regional Fellows and in recent years she was inducted into both of the Washington Business Journal’s annual Women Who Mean Business and 40 Under 40 awards programs. She also serves on the Executive Committee and Board of the Virginia Economic Developers Association (VEDA)- as President in 2019- a statewide organization focused on shaping economic development public policy, as well as providing strong and effective education and networking for economic development professionals.
Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Science degree in City and Regional Planning from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. She grew up in Fairfax County, and lives in the Potomac Yard neighborhood of Alexandria.