Dan Jones joins Taylor Long Properties armed with a graduate degree in Economics and ten years of successful commercial real estate experience in the Richmond market. He has an extensive employment background in economic and community development in both public and private sectors, including banking, real estate, federal, state and local government.
As past President of the Richmond Association for Business Economics and Powhatan Chamber of Commerce, where he was the recipient of the Chamber award of excellence, he has taught economics in two local community colleges has served on both Habitat for Humanity and YMCA Boards. He holds certificates in economic development from the University of Oklahoma, UNC and Virginia Tech. He also served several terms on the Murie Center/Teton Science Board in Jackson, Wyoming.
Dan is a founding board member of the Capital Region Land Conservancy and currently serves on their board as well as the Capital Region Workforce Development Board, the Saint Francis Community Advisory Board and is chairman of the Powhatan County Economic Development Authority.
Dan is honored to have the opportunity to join the Taylor Long Properties team and its highly motivated associates and is looking forward to making new friends and contacts and serving both new and old clients.