Ideally situated at the I-81 Corridor, Berkeley County is the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia’s premier location for a new business or a development project. At 5,121 businesses strong and growing, Berkeley County is home to many Fortune 500 and international companies, including:
Berkeley County is regarded as the Eastern Panhandle’s economic center, and companies are consistently choosing to locate and expand their business here because we deliver:
Berkeley County government, Berkeley County schools, Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce, large and small businesses, as well as agricultural, manufacturing and distribution enterprises combine to comprise a unique philosophical approach to self-reliant individual and business choices. Berkeley County offers a true commitment to the fundamental values of American business that are increasingly unique, not only in the State of West Virginia, but in the entire nation.
Our area is renowned for festivals, farms, and plenty of other activities so you can enjoy the outdoors. Hike along the C&O Canal or the Appalachian Trail or golf at one of our local courses. Take a daytime drive along the Washington Heritage Trail, a 135-mile path that encompasses Morgan, Berkeley and Jefferson Counties.When you’re finished, relax at one of our county’s many bed and breakfasts. The nearby towns of Berkeley Springs, Shepherdstown, Charles Town, and Harpers Ferry offer additional recreational and cultural opportunities.
300 Foxcroft Avenue, Suite 201
Martinsburg, WV 25401
Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Combined with her strong work ethic of integrity and excellence, she is committed to the success of individuals and businesses.
Carol holds a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor’s in Business Education. She served as the Executive Director of the Region 9 Planning and Development Counsel from 2006-2013. She is currently employed as a full-time professor in the College of Business at Shepherd University and a part-time business coach for the WV Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in the Eastern Panhandle.