Executive Director of Public Advocate and member of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, the Honorable Eugene Delgaudio, will deliver a lecture at Christendom College on February 16 at 1 p.m. in St. Thomas Aquinas Hall. Part of the spring semester’s politics practica speaker series, the talk is open to all members of the Christendom community, and refreshments will be provided. The talk will provide insight into the day-to-day life of a member of a board of supervisors.
The Honorable Eugene Delgaudio received his B.A. from York College in 1976, before being elected to the board of directors for the national, non-profit organization Young Americans for Freedom in 1977. Delgaudio has served as Executive Director of Public Advocate, a conservative non-profit organization, since 1981, earning the “Most Outstanding Organization” and the “Chairman’s Award” from the Republican Party for his work. An elected member of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors since 1999, Delgaudio is also a ten-year member of Rotary International and a member of the Knights of Columbus.
Christendom College’s politics practica program, directed by professor of political science and economics Dr. Bernard Way, has been a unique feature of the political science department for many years, giving students the opportunities to not only network with known political figures, but also take part in rigorous political internships as well for credit.