BIOGRAPHY

Tag grew up the youngest of four children in a military family.  His father, a career Army Officer, taught him about integrity, compassion, hard work, and perseverance. A product of Northern Virginia Public Schools, he believes strongly in the power of a good public education.  He went on to graduate from the United States Military Academy at West Point and returned to Northern Virginia, settling in Ashburn after completing his commitment to the United States Army. During his early professional years, he received his MBA from George Mason University, graduating with honors, and he served with distinction as an officer in the Virginia National Guard. meettagbio In 1993, Tag married his sweetheart (Mary Beth) and had three wonderful children (Matthew 18, Jenna 15, and Grace 12).  He and Mary Beth recently celebrated their twenty-fourth wedding anniversary and look forward to many more. Having three children can keep Tag and Mary Beth busy, but he has always found time to coach one of their soccer or lacrosse teams, or volunteer at their school.  Tag has served as the Vice-Chairman of Membership for the Goose Creek District of the Boy Scouts of America, and believes that true leadership training starts at an early age.  He is an active member of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, and has served as a commissioner of the Economic Development Commission (EDC). He was honored to be on Washingtonian Magazine’s list of “Tech Titans” in 2013 for his work in helping Loudoun and the Commonwealth’s growing technology sector. Tag is a leader who promotes pro-business policies that encourage employers to expand and create more jobs. With 17 years experience as a senior sales executive, marketer and financial analyst, he currently serves as Executive Vice President for Quality Technology Services.  Tag is committed to improving the economic climate here in Loudoun and knows it will take personal attention and creative policies to make a difference. Tag Greason has been a member of the Virginia House of Delegates since January 2010.  He serves on the Appropriations, Education, and General Laws Committees, and will continue to bring sensible solutions to Richmond with your help.