PHONE: (571) 285-3772 | FAX: (571) 285-3789 | EMAIL:

About Us

Keep Prince William Beautiful, Inc. is a non-profit environmental organization that serves Prince William County through partnering with residents, businesses and government to educate and inspire people to be environmental stewards and Keep Prince William Beautiful.

Greater Prince William will demonstrate to the world how environmental stewardship results in a sustainable, beautiful, and economically thriving community.

We offer programs spanning the issues of litter removal and education, recycling education and water quality improvement. We invite you to visit our programs pages where you will find information about each of our programs. There you can learn more about our work and how to get involved.

Create a beautiful today, and leave a beautiful tomorrow!

Contact Us

4391 Ridgewood Center Drive
Suite F
Prince William, Virginia  22192
(571)285-3789 – Fax


Office Hours:
Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
*Closed most major holidays


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Meet Our Team

Jason Parsons, Executive Director


Jason A. Parsons was appointed Executive Director of Keep Prince William County Beautiful in August 2016. Mr. Parsons previously served as a communications consultant in the marketing and advertising industry and co-founded Remember The Miners, a non-profit serving coal mining families in West Virginia. Mr. Parsons is a graduate of West Virginia University, where he served as student body president. In his spare time, he enjoys politics, basketball, and the outdoors. You can contact Jason at

Charles Shutt, Environmental Programs Coordinator 


Charles W. Shutt joined Keep Prince William Beautiful as the Environmental Programs Coordinator in June 2016. Born and raised in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Charles previously worked for the City of Fredericksburg as a Wastewater Plant Operator and also worked at a SCUBA shop in Okinawa, Japan. Growing up on a small farm in Patrick County VA, Charles experienced great access to the outdoors, which fed his passion for the environment. Charles graduated from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor’s in Biology and Environmental Management. In his past time, he enjoys playing the guitar and watching Nationals baseball. You can contact Charles at

Jennifer Medina, Executive Assistant


Jennifer T. Medina was appointed Executive Assistant of Keep Prince William County Beautiful in August 2016. A native of Falls Church, Virginia, She previously served as an Administrative Assistant intern of KPWB in the summer of 2015. Medina graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University with a degree in Public Relations. She has a love for dogs, food, and gardening. You can contact Jen at

KPWB Board 2015

KPWB Board

(Not Pictured: Kirstyn Jovanovich)

History and Background

Organized in 1982 as a simple spring cleanup effort, the founding members of the Prince William Clean Community Council quickly recognized the importance of education to long-term success. The organization now administers several year-round comprehensive programs encouraging community involvement and environmental education and stewardship. Our goal is to prevent littering, facilitate community beautification and educate citizens on proper waste habits, enhancing community awareness of the hazards/costs of littering while involving citizens in solutions to waste and litter problems.

After a rigorous certification process, the Council became a certified affiliate of Keep America Beautiful (KAB), the undisputed authority on litter prevention issues throughout the world. Then, in spring 2012 the Clean Community Council became Keep Prince William Beautiful. Proud to be aligned with both an award winning green community and national network of over 1000 other environmental community organizations, renaming ourselves Keep Prince William Beautiful is an honor.

Keep Prince William Beautiful Board of Directors
Marlo Thomas Watson
President and Chief Executive Officer, The Marlo Company, Inc.

Vice Chairperson
Kelly L. Easterly
Chief of Staff, Board of County Supervisors, Honorable John D. Jenkins

Kirstyn Jovanovich
Town Manager, Occoquan, Virginia



Susan Gray
President/Owner, Lake Ridge Nursery

Joe Ivers, PhD
President/Senior Aquatics Ecologist, Virginia Water and Wetlands, Inc.

Terri Aufmuth
President/CEO, Cornerstone Landscaping
President, Haymarket-Gainesville Business Association

Jake Klitenic
President and Owner, JK Enterprises and Culpepper Recycling

Benjamin Hazekamp
Resource Development, Tax Foundation

Sheyna N. Burt
Principal, The Law Office of Sheyna Nicole Burt, PLC

Pauline Hunter
Community Leader, Top Ladies of Distinction of Dale City

Ph.D. Charlotta D. Wells
Community Activist,  Retired Lieutenant Colonel


Adriana Heim
PR, Marketing, & Social Media Intern

Special Events Intern

Taylor Thornton
Communication Intern

Carolyn Hall
Graphic Design Intern


Lynda Kummelt
Community Outreach and Administration Intern

Administration Intern

Gabriel Leggieri
Educational Outreach Intern

Maggie Howell
Graphic Design Intern

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