Donna Fisher is a practicing attorney, who graduated from Virginia Tech in 1986, where she
studied English and music, only to move on to receive her Juris Doctor from the University of
Richmond, in 1989. While she pursued her legal career in real estate and criminal law, Donna
always had a particular interest in advocating for children and disadvantaged families, and
throughout her career, she has served as a Guardian ad Litem in the local area courts. She was
known as a fierce advocate for abused children and also adults who were battling with familial
and personal struggles, including substance abuse, domestic violence and mental health issues.
Donna owned and operated a successful law firm in the Fredericksburg area, before taking a
sabbatical to raise her children. She then started a successful title company, where she was a
certified settlement agent and licensed insurance title agent, with Chicago Title. Donna is
currently the managing attorney, for the Vienna branch, of MBH Settlement Group.
An active member of the community, Donna is a certified leader in the Boy Scouts of America,
and has held a variety of leadership positions with her son’s troop. She was President of the
Alexandria Choral Society Board of Directors for two years, where she successfully lead the
effort to rebrand their organization and expand their audience base, while also performing as a
soprano, with the group. She has been the Choral Director for two churches within the
community and has also held board positions with the Association of Parents and Teachers, at St.
Stephen’s and St. Agnes School. Donna currently sits on the Board of Directors, for the Belle
Haven Country Club, in Alexandria, VA.
Donna has two children, Alexandra and Oliver, and she lives in Alexandria with her husband
David. Donna has been an avid boater and water skier throughout her life, and in her free time,
she and her husband can be found enjoying their boat, on the Chesapeake Bay. Donna welcomes
the opportunity to bring her energy, business acumen and long term vision, to the Board.