PHONE: (571) 285-3772 | FAX: (571) 285-3789 | EMAIL: info@kpwb.org

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

Address:
4391 Ridgewood Center Drive
Suite F
Prince William, Virginia  22192
(571)285-3772
(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

 

Aleta Daniels, Executive Director

Aleta Daniels was appointed Executive Director in October, 2019.  Born and raised in northern Michigan, Ms. Daniels received a Bachelor’s degree in Zoology from Michigan State University and a Master of Science degree in Applied Ecology from Michigan Technological University along with a graduate certificate in Sustainable Water Resources Systems. After spending 2 years as Program Manager for the Jackson County Conservation District in Jackson, MI, she spent one year as Community Outreach Coordinator for Keep Knoxville Beautiful in Knoxville, TN and is excited to step into her new role as Executive Director here at Keep Prince William Beautiful.  You can reach her at adaniels@kpwb.org.

Nicole Jackson, Environmental Programs Manager & Office Coordinator

 

Nicole Jackson was appointed Office Coordinator of Keep Prince William Beautiful in September, 2017 then became the Environmental Programs Manager in May 2018.  Ms. Jackson was born in El Paso, raised in Germany, and currently resides in Fredericksburg.  She previously worked at Wegmans and is close to finishing her Bachelor of Arts in History.  When asked what made her want to join the KPWB team, Ms. Jackson said, “I knew I wanted to work there when I met Lynda and the rest of the KPWB staff then immediately clicked with them.  “I really admired the environmental work KPWB was doing.” Ms. Jackson enjoys reading, traveling, and going to comedy and Broadway shows.  You can contact Nicole at njackson@kpwb.org.

 

KPWB Board

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.

President

Benjamin Hazekamp

Financial Advisor, Whitlock Wealth Management

Vice President

Sheyna N. Burt

Principle, The Law Office of Sheyna Nicole Burt, PLC

Secretary

Dr. Charlotta D. Wells

Community Activist, Retired Lieutenant Colonel 

Treasurer

April Thomas

CEO, Realtor Association of Prince William

Member

Jake Klitenic

President and Owner, JK Enterprises and Culpepper Recycling

Member

Kelly Easterly

Chief of Staff, Neabsco District Supervisor Victor Angry

Member

Jeanne Jabra

Energy Education Coordinator, Prince William County Public Schools

Interns

Open

Education Outreach & Social Media Intern

 

 

Open

Fundraising and Development Intern

 

 

 

Open

Graphic Design Intern

 

 

Open

Environmental Programs Intern

 

Want to join us?

We are always looking for new general board members and committee chairs!
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