Rosslyn BID President in 2022 featured in Washington Business Journal Power 100

Mary Claire Burick listed alongside the most influential and influential business leaders in Greater Washington

ARLINGTON, Va., November 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Washington Business Journal recently published its yearbook Make 100 list, which highlights area leaders who have made significant strides in strengthening their communities. Included in this year’s list Rosslyn Business Improvement District (BID) President Mary Claire Burickwho has led efforts that contributed to development for nearly a decade Rosslyn from a thriving business park to a vibrant community. Rosslyn has become an important economic center Northern Virginiaand is a gateway to the best of Washington, D.C Region.

Honorees are not selected based on the size or revenue of their organization, but rather on how they can leverage their network to make a real impact on the communities and people they serve.

“It is a privilege to be included in this year’s Power 100. This list includes incredible changemakers who are shaping our nation’s capital, and I am honored to be included alongside them,” said Burick. “I am proud to lead a team that is making a measurable difference. I believe strong cities start with strong BIDs and I look forward to continuing to promote them Rosslyn’s Growth as one of the best places for people to live, work and invest.”

Burick is a well-known leader in the DC area, recognized both locally and nationally for her creativity and innovation in place management. Last month she was also appointed to the board of directors of the International Downtown Associationdemonstrating its influence in the region and beyond.

Led by Burick, the Rosslyn BID brings together key stakeholders – including local business leaders and property owners, as well as partnerships Arlington County – to create a place where prominent companies like Nestlé, Microsoft, Deloitte and Accenture’s cyber fusion center want to be. BID continues to bolster facilities like food halls, gyms, farmers markets and green spaces to support the 30,000 employees and 15,000 residents who are calling Rosslyn Hometown.

For the full list of this year’s Power 100, visit:

About Rosslyn Business Improvement District

The Rosslyn Business Improvement District provides high quality, customer-focused services dedicated to defining, improving and continually improving Rosslyn for those who work, live, visit and do business here. As an imaginative and collaborative company, we work in partnership with our key stakeholders and Arlington County to create a welcoming, creative, thriving environment that supports Rosslyn’s residents and a wide range of business types, from innovative startups to established Fortune 500 companies and international associations. We take active leadership in everything we do, serving as collaborators, community builders and agents of positive change. For more information, please visit

About Washington Business Journal

The Washington Business Journal is one of the leading news organizations for the Washington, D.C Space showcasing local business news through the DMV and providing tools to help businesses grow, connect and hire. For more information, please visit



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