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Hon. Vance Wilkins S. Jr.

Speaker of the House

The Retired Officers Association

HQ Phone: (703) 549-2311

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The Retired Officers Association

TROA , 201 N. Washington St.

Alexandria, Virginia 22314

United States

Company Description

The Retired Officers Association (TROA) is an independent, nonprofit organization, located in Alexandria, Va., and operated to benefit the Nation, its uniformed services personnel, their families and survivors. It is the largest association in the United ... more

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Employment History

American Society of Civil Engineers

The Fairfax County Taxpayers Alliance Inc


House of Representatives

Vice President of Dan Valley Wholesale Florist, Secretary Treasurer

Accu-Tech Corporation

House Speaker, Top Notch Golf Course Designer

North Fork Lumber


Member of Executive Director, Virginia Motor Vehicle Dealer Board

Member of Executive Director, Virginia Motor Vehicle Dealer Board

Member of Executive Director, Virginia Motor Vehicle Dealer Board
The Virginia Foundation for Women

Member of Executive Director, Virginia Motor Vehicle Dealer Board
Legislative Black Caucus


Old Dominion University

bachelor's degree

political science

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State Leadership of the Retired Officers Association (TROA) meet with Speaker of the House Vance Wilkins and Kirk.

State Leadership of the American Legion Pay Kirk an Office Call.

Speaker Resigns Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations | Family Policy Network

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According to sources quoted in The Washington Post, House Speaker Vance S. Wilkins, Jr. (R) "paid at least $100,000 last year to settle a sexual harassment complaint by a woman who said he repeatedly made unwelcome advances on her in the warehouse complex where his legislative office was located."

According to the POST, a 26 year-old clerical worker who was working for a construction company located in the Speaker's office building in Amherst described a series of unwelcome sexual advances by Wilkins. They included him "groping and pinning her against office furniture."
Wilkins continues to deny the groping allegation is true. Yet, he doesn't deny he paid at least $100,000 to require his alleged victim to keep silent on the matter. In a statement released on June 13, Wilkins said, "I don't blame anyone for my troubles. Most of them I brought upon myself. But times have changed and the rules have changed and what was accepted in the era in which I was raised is strictly off limits today. I didn't change with the times, and if I have offended anyone I am truly sorry and I apologize."
FPN President Joe Glover said, "Vance Wilkins has done many things as a legislator and Speaker to keep Virginia's families strong.
Resignation Statement from Vance Wilkins:
Wilkins Resigns as House Speaker http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A47992-2002Jun13.html
Website of House Speaker Vance S. Wilkins, Jr.

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Vance Wilkins, Jr. 434-941-1001 (office phone)

The new Speaker of the House, ...

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The new Speaker of the House, Vance Wilkins, is a regular participant at this dinner and is expected again this year.

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Vance Wilkins represented the City of Staunton and parts of Amherst, Augusta, and Rockbridge counties in the Virginia House of Delegates from 1978 to 2002.Widely credited with leading Republicans to their first majority in the House since Reconstruction, he was minority leader 1992-1997, Republican leader 1998-99 and was elected speaker of the House in 2000.He is a contractor in Amherst.

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