We are proud to announce that Michael Vanderpool has been nominated by the Prince William Chamber of Commerce for the Charles J. Colgan Visionary Award. This award, named for Virginia’s longest-serving statesman, recognizes an individual who has demonstrated extraordinary leadership within their organization and the community at large. They are innovative, team players, and advocates for their community.
In addition to establishing Vanderpool, Frostick, & Nishanian, P.C., Michael has been a founding member and leader of several institutions including the Hylton Performing Arts Center, the Manassas Education Foundation, the Freedom Center, the 234 Bypass Forum and I-66 Partnership, the Manassas Business Council, and other key organizations in the community. He has also been a leader of established organizations such as the Manassas Rotary Club, the George Mason University Foundation Board of Trustees, the University of Mary Washington’s College of Business Advisory Board, Prince William Health Center, and others. In addition to bringing his values of community and excellence into each of his roles, Michael uses his legal expertise and leadership experience to help others continue his by volunteering as general counsel for non-profits and mentoring non-profit boards and CEOs. To learn more about Michael’s contributions to the community, visit our Attorneys page
Michael’s vision has been to elevate Prince William County as an economic and cultural center in Virginia, reaping the benefits of our proximity to DC while embracing the unique and historic value of our county. He has dedicated his career towards bettering the community for everyone, and we are very proud for him to be recognized by the Prince William Chamber of Commerce as a nominee for the Charles J. Colgan Visionary Award.