Associated General Contractors of Virginia picks new CEO
Brandon Robinson is a former executive director of Virginia Society of Association Executives
The Associated General Contractors of Virginia (ACG-VA) has named Brandon Robinson as its new CEO, effective July 20.
He replaces Gordon N. Dixon, who became executive vice president of the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance (VTCA) on June 1.
Robinson formerly worked as director of policy at the Virginia Association of Health Plans, for which he lobbied the General Assembly on behalf of the health insurance industry. Prior to that, he was executive director of the Virginia Society of Association Executives.
“AGC-VA is a strong organization,” Robinson said. “I am excited to begin working with leadership to build on the foundation of success and envision a bright future focused on member value. At the end of the day, ensuring each member business finds value in this association to make them better is my focus. I cannot wait to get started.”
Robinson holds a bachelor’s degree from Mary Washington College and a master’s degree from The George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management. He earned the certified association executive credential in 2015.