The Honorable Michael C. May
Michael C. 'Mike' May was first elected Occoquan Supervisor in a special election in January, 2007, and then reelected to a full four-year term the following November. Additionally, Supervisor May was elected by his peers to serve as the Vice Chairman of the Board of County Supervisors for the 2010 and 2014 calendar years.
Prior to his service as Supervisor, Mr. May served as the at-large representative on the Prince William County Planning Commission and also served as a member of the Prince William County Social Services Board. A community activist, Mr. May has served as the Vice-Chairman of the Prince William Conservation Alliance and Vice-Chairman and Program Director of the Prince William Boys and Girls Club Board. In addition, Mr. May worked as a member of the County's 2002 Citizen’s Road Bond Committee and holds membership in the Prince William Regional Chamber of Commerce, The Knights of Columbus (SEAS Council 8183) and the Lake Ridge Lions Club.
Regionally, Supervisor May serves as one of Prince William County’s representatives to the Washington Metropolitan Council of Government’s (COG) Transportation Planning Board (TPB). He is a member of the Northern Virginia Regional Commission (NVRC); an alternate to the Virginia Railway Express (VRE) Board; a member of various subcommittees for COG and other regional/state organizations; and a member of the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC), where he served two terms as the Chairman.
A practicing attorney, Supervisor May works at the law firm of Albo and Oblon, LLP in Arlington, Va. He focuses on civil litigation, employment law, family law and criminal law. He earned his Juris Doctorate from George Mason University School of Law and his bachelor’s degree from the College of William and Mary.
A lifelong Northern Virginian, Supervisor May resides in Lake Ridge with his wife, Amelia, and their children, Leo, Natalia and Marina. They are parishioners of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church.