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Barry DuVal

Barry DuVal was named President & CEO of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce on April 28, 2010.  His public service began in 1988 when he was elected to the Newport News City Council. In 1990, he was elected mayor of the city. He served as mayor from 1990 through 1996, when he stepped down to become the president and CEO of a regional economic development organization representing Southeast Virginia. From 1998 through 2002 DuVal served as Virginia's scretary of trade and commerce under then-Gov. Jim Gilmore, a Republican. His private sector experience includes serving as president and CEO of DuVal Associates, Inc, a diversified real estate firm, from 1983-1996. Upon the completion of his term as the secretary of commerce and trade, he served as president and CEO of Kaufman & Canoles Consulting, LLC, an economic development consulting firm specializing in public-private partnerships and strategic planning for business and government agencies.  

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