Junior League of Northern Virginia (JLNV) past-president Janet Kerr-Tener was honored by Supervisor Linda Q. Smyth of the Fairfax County Board Supervisors with the “Lady Fairfax” award for the Providence District. The award recognized Kerr-Tener’s volunteer work, including with the JLNV.
The awards presentation program noted: “Janet Kerr-Tener’s extraordinary leadership accomplishments have benefitted Fairfax County for more than two decades. Janet’s love for her community continually touches lives of residents, whether as president of the Junior League of Northern Virginia or through her work on the Volunteer Fairfax Board, Hunter Mill Road Traffic Calming Committee, and the Library Foundation Board, which she chaired and is still a member. Janet founded the Friends of Oakton Library, and she recently started the Greater Oakton Community Association to create a vision and sense of place for Oakton.”