Marianne M. Radcliff
Marianne Radcliff represents clients before the Virginia General Assembly, legislative and executive branch agencies, boards and commissions. Her practice centers on transportation, procurement, local government and budget issues.
Mrs. Radcliff has over 18 years of private sector experience. While with the Commonwealth of Virginia she served in the Office of the Secretary of Transportation and as the Legislative Liaison for the Transportation Secretariat during successive administrations. In addition, she was charged with the oversight of a comprehensive regulatory review for all the agencies within the secretariat.
Most recently, Mrs. Radcliff served as the Transition Director and Chair of the Transition Committee for Governor Ralph S. Northam, working pro bono from Election Day through Inauguration to recruit administration personnel and develop an initial policy agenda.
Mrs. Radcliff also served in the Office of the Director at the Virginia Department of Aviation. During her tenure, she worked with federal, state and local legislative and regulatory officials to develop and further Virginia aviation policy.
Mrs. Radcliff was appointed to the Longwood University Board of Visitors in July 2011 by Governor Robert F. McDonnell and reappointed by Governor Terence R. McAuliffe. She is currently rector of the board, a post she also served in from 2012 to 2014. She served as the Vice Chairman of the Virginia Aviation Board to which she was appointed to by Governor Mark R. Warner on July 1, 2003 and reappointed to by Governor Timothy M. Kaine on July 1, 2007. She has also served on the boards of numerous non-profit organizations.
Mrs. Radcliff earned her Master of Public Administration degree with a specialization in public law from Bowling Green State University and is a graduate of Longwood University. She is a graduate of the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership at the University of Virginia.