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Hala Ayala has been a resident of Prince William County community for over 35 years and lifelong Virginian.  She has served as the Vice President of the Virginia Chapter of the National Organization of Women (NOW) and founded the Prince William County Chapter of the NOW.  Hala has served on Former Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Council of Women, and has served as the PTA President of her son’s own public school.  Fighting for the rights of women and families has been Hala Ayala’s focus for many years.

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Delegate Hala Ayala Receives Virginia Chamber OF Commerce Endorsement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 20, 2018 CONTACT: Betsy Cramsey, 703-233-7248 DELEGATE HALA S. AYALA RECEIVES Virginia Chamber of Commerce “Free Enterprise Award” for Work to Improve Virginia’s Economic Competitiveness  RICHMOND, Va.—On May 15, 2018; Virginia Chamber of Commerce announced the recipients of the “Free Enterprise Award” which recognizes legislators for their support of pro-business policies … Continue reading Delegate Hala Ayala Receives Virginia Chamber OF Commerce Endorsement

Va. Legislature to welcome a dozen new women

Author: Peggy Fox Published: 8:34 AM EST January 10, 2018   “The title wave of Democrats who won in Virginia’s November election take office tomorrow, and they include a dozen women.   And the biggest change for Virginia’s General Assembly is coming from Prince William County.  There are eight delegates who represent Prince William County. Half … Continue reading Va. Legislature to welcome a dozen new women

Sisters Who SOAR: Hala Ayala, a Mom and Conscientious Advocate By Ramunda LarkYoung

This column is a series created by entrepreneur and community leader Ramunda Lark Young and is poised to connect you to extraordinary women of color in Prince William County who’ve surpassed obstacles and rose to great success. “I am thrilled to introduce my audience to Ms. Hala Ayala.  Hala worked for the government as a … Continue reading Sisters Who SOAR: Hala Ayala, a Mom and Conscientious Advocate By Ramunda LarkYoung

In this year’s ‘pink wave,’ women are helping other women run for office -ABC News

Amid the sea of signs and rose-colored hats at the New Jersey Women’s March in Morristown, Mikie Sherrill, there with her daughter, is one of the latest women to throw her hat into the political ring. She’s a Democrat running for New Jersey’s 11th District Congressional seat. “Right now we are taking on a fight … Continue reading In this year’s ‘pink wave,’ women are helping other women run for office -ABC News

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