President
Rosslyn BID

Mary-Claire Burick is a dynamic and strategic leader whose focus is on improving communications, building engagement and leading change. She develops realistic strategies, ties individual and group actions to business outcomes and ensures that employees have the skills, resources and training to achieve their goals.

Mary-Claire is the President of the Rosslyn Business Improvement District, an organization that works with businesses, residents and county government to ensure that Rosslyn flourishes as a successful urban center. Previously, Mary-Claire was President of MC Strategy, a consulting firm helping leaders build healthy and effective organizations. Prior, she was Vice President of

Operations for Allbritton Communications, managing ABC-7, NewsChannel 8 and
POLITICO. Earlier in her career, she helped launch the Fox NewsChannel, where she served as Operations Manager.

She was named Washington Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business and has a certificate in Organizational Consulting and Change Leadership from Georgetown University and a BA in Communications from University of Delaware.