Bonnie Heineman Wolfe, MBA
Bonnie has owned her own international marketing and consulting company, New Venture International, LLC, over 15 years. New Venture has clients throughout the world with specific expertise in the Russian market. In the 1990s Bonnie worked on several U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) projects as a Marketing Consultant. She was part of the USDA Assessment Team to South Africa, Namibia, Finland, The Baltic’s and Russia. Bonnie was also a Member of the USDA Emerging Democracy Advisory Committee and Agricultural Technical Advisory Committee (ATAC) for Trade and is currently a Member of the USDA Advisory Committee on Emerging Markets. In 1981, Bonnie moved from Indiana to Washington, DC to work for the new freshman Senator from Indiana, Dan Quayle. During the Bush/Quayle administration, Bonnie was part of the White House Advance Team for Vice President Dan Quayle. She advanced trips for Mrs. Quayle to Brazil, France (Winter Olympics), Bulgaria, Italy, Argentina, and Cape Verde. Community activities include Chairman of the Loudoun County Economic Development Commission (EDC) in 1999 and Vice Chairman from 1996 to1998. She was also Vice Chairman for the American Red Cross, Loudoun County Chapter from 2003 to 2004. Bonnie received her BA from Indiana University in 1980 and her MBA from George Washington University in 1983. She now lives with her two children, Avery and James, in Great Falls.