Leslie Haley

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Alma materWest Virginia University (WVU)
ChildrenReagan and Alex

Leslie Haley is the current Chairwoman of the in Chesterfield County, VA. She has represented the Midlothian district on the board since her election in 2015 "Chesterfield BOS".

Leslie and her husband Joe have lived in Chesterfield County for more than twenty years, raising their two children, Reagan and Alex, in the community. Joe retired from Altria after 42 years of service. Their daughter, Reagan, is a graduate of James Madison University with an undergraduate degree and an MBA from Central Michigan University, and their son, Alex, is studying at Virginia Tech.


A native of suburban Pittsburgh, Leslie Haley attended West Virginia University (WVU) and attained her undergraduate degree in business administration. After a 10-year business career at Philip Morris, U.S.A., Ms. Haley returned to West Virginia University School of Law to pursue her Juris Doctorate [1]. Prior to receiving her J.D. from WVU, Leslie spent her third year of law school at the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond. She served as a member of the Moot Court Boards at both universities [2].


Following her graduation from West Virginia University, Ms. Haley spent 10 years working in management and business development at Philip Morris, U.S.A. After obtaining her law degree from the WVU school of law, Ms. Haley began her legal career in a small private practice working across a broad range of legal concentrations [3]. Leslie then spent 14 years with the Virginia State Bar as Senior Assistant Ethics Counsel, performing ethics analysis as well as advising attorneys and judges on professional responsibility and ethical conduct [4].

Ms. Haley is now a founder and partner at Park Haley, LLP where she continues her work advising lawyers on professional responsibility and legal ethics, as well as providing guardian ad litem work for children in her community. In addition to her work in private practice, Ms. Haley has also served as an adjunct professor teaching Professional Responsibility and Legal Skills at the William & Mary School of Law and the University of Richmond School of Law [5].

Leslie Haley has served in leadership positions within the Virginia legal community as the former president of the Greater Richmond Bar Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to supporting access to legal services across the greater Richmond area. Leslie also served as president of the Metropolitan Richmond Womens’ Bar Association. In 2010, Ms. Haley was recognized for her contributions to the Virginia legal community as the recipient of the Virginia Lawyer’s Weekly “Influential Women of Virginia Award” [6].

Community Involvement

Leslie Haley has been involved in her community since moving to Virginia. She began her involvement as the President of her homeowner’s association in 1995. [7]. Leslie has served in leadership roles such as the Chair of the Church Council and a Trustee at St. Mark’s Methodist Church.

Ms. Haley has also served in the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) for over fifteen years, working with key stakeholders to develop a volunteer substitute program. Leslie served as the President of the County Council of PTAs from 2004-2008, assisting in the bond referendum of 2004 and the School Bond Referendum Committee in 2013 [8]. Leslie served as President of the Midlothian High School PTSO until 2016 was and a member of the Substance Abuse Free Environment (S.A.F.E.) Board for 12 years. Additionally, Ms. Haley helped initiate community forums for candidates with the Chesterfield Business Council and developed the Chesterfield Citizens for Standardized Testing Forum in 2012 [9]. In her spare time, she teaches group fitness at the ACAC in Midlothian [10].

Political Career

Leslie Haley was elected to the [11](BOS) in 2015 and served as the board’s vice chair in 2017 and 2018. Ms. Haley served as the board’s chair in 2019 before securing re-election to the BOS and her position as Chair of the Board in 2020. Her current term on the Board of Supervisors runs from 2020-2023 [12].


  1. "Meet Midlothian District Supervisor Leslie Haley" [1]
  2. "Park Haley, LLP" [2]
  3. "Park Haley"[3]
  4. "Chesterfield BOS Midlothian District"[4]
  5. "Park Haley" [5]
  6. "Chesterfield BOS Midlothian District" [6]
  7. "Chesterfield BOS Midlothian" [7]
  8. "Chesterfield BOS Midlothian"[8]
  9. "Park Haley" [9]
  10. "Park Haley"[10]
  11. "Chesterfield BOS"Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors
  12. "Chesterfield BOS Midlothian"[11]

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