A. Donald McEachin was declared the winner of his election to the position of Representative in the United States House of Representatives on November 8, 2016, and he is now serving as the representative for Virginia’s 4th Congressional District in the House of Representatives.
Rep. McEachin’s fellow representatives voted for him to be appointed to the positions of vice chair of the Sustainable Energy and Environment Coalition, co-chair of the House Democratic Environmental Message Team, and co-chair of the Transportation, Infrastructure, Environment, and Energy Policy Council of the Congressional Black Caucus. Rep. McEachin will be responsible for coordinating the policies of the various organizations in which he serves in any and all of these capacities (SEEC). Rep. McEachin, who was only recently elected to serve for the first time in Congress, is one of the co-founders of the Congressional Task Force on Climate and Environmental Justice and currently serves as one of the co-chairs of that organization. Rep. McEachin was just recently elected to serve in Congress for the first time.
Rep. McEachin sits on the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, as well as the House Committees on Energy and Commerce (E&C), and Natural Resources. As a result of his participation in these committees, he serves as an advocate not only for the people who live in his district but also for the citizens of Virginia as a whole (Natural Resources). Rep. McEachin is a member of a number of different subcommittees, and he represents the state of Virginia on a number of them. Some of these subcommittees deal with issues pertaining to energy, communications, and technology, while others deal with issues pertaining to the environment and climate change. The E&C committee is one of the committees that collectively make up E&C, and he is a member of the E&C committee. Representative McEachin is an active participant in the deliberations of the Energy and Mineral Resources subcommittee of the House Committee on Natural Resources. The investigation of concerns pertaining to energy and mineral resources is under the purview of this subcommittee.
Rep. McEachin is the proud son of his parents, both of whom served their nation in the armed forces and now work as educators in the public school system. Rep. McEachin’s mother and father met while both were serving in the military. Serving the people of Virginia, where he was born and raised, has become Representative McEachin’s top priority in life. Before McEachin was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, he represented the state of Virginia in the General Assembly of that state for a number of years prior to his election to Congress. Throughout it all, he fought for the rights of every Virginian and the protection of our most helpless residents here in the Commonwealth. He was a true champion for the people of Virginia. In order to accomplish this goal, he advocated on behalf of the Virginia Civil Liberties Union. Rep. McEachin is a committed public servant who has been at the forefront of movements to advance gender equality, prevent gun violence, conserve our environment, and defend our right to excellent and affordable health care. These are just some of the causes that he has championed. Since they began, he has consistently been one of the most influential people in these endeavors. Because he is aware of the gravity of the issues at hand, he has been at the forefront of these initiatives ever since they were first conceived.
Representative McEachin earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science degree from American University and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Virginia. Both institutions are located in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Representative McEachin was presented with both of these illustrious degrees, which he rightfully deserves. In May of 2008, he was presented with a Master of Divinity degree from the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University. This achievement was in recognition of his having satisfactorily completed all of the prerequisites for the program. As a mark of recognition for all that he had accomplished, he was given the degree.
In the Commonwealth of Virginia, Representative McEachin has spent a substantial amount of time acting as an advocate for low-income families, children, and workers. He is now serving in this capacity. He is currently serving as a delegate for the state of Virginia in the House of Delegates. McEachin and Gee was established in the year 1990 by Representative McEachin and Donald Gee, who had both previously worked for various legal companies in the Richmond area. Representative McEachin and Donald Gee had both previously worked for separate companies. Both of these gentlemen had a history of working in the Richmond neighborhood. A sizeable number of Virginians who, as a result of being involved in accidents or injuries, have benefited from using the assistance of the McEachin and Gee Law Firm have found that the services offered by the firm have been of assistance to them. In addition to this, the company has had a reasonable amount of success in obtaining the compensation that these residents of Virginia require.
Rep. McEachin is very involved in both the neighborhood in which he resides and a large number of organizations, including the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., both of which he has been a member of for the entirety of his life. In addition to being in possession of a current license that enables him to engage in legal work in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Representative McEachin is an engaged member of the activities that take place within the local legal community.
Together, Representative McEachin and his lovely wife, Colette, have been responsible for the healthy development and maturation of their three offspring to adulthood. Colette is a highly skilled attorney who currently works for the office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney for the City of Richmond. In addition to that, she is a participant in the activities of the Richmond Bar Association. At this point, she has been doing the duties associated with this role for some time.