Fairfax Native and Proud Son of Immigrant Parents
Chris Falcon was born in Falls Church, Virginia and is the proud son of two immigrant parents from Peru and Ecuador. He grew up speaking Spanish and learned to speak English as his second language in kindergarten with the Fairfax County Public School system. He graduated from W.T. Woodson High School in Fairfax and became part of the first generation of his family to graduate from college when he received his bachelor’s degree from James Madison University. He's now raising his family with his wife Jackie and their three children in Annandale.
Chris has been a practicing attorney for the past 14 years and currently serves as Deputy Clerk, Civil Division Supervisor and Legal Counsel for the Arlington Circuit Court Clerk’s office. During his tenure, Chris implemented multiple e-solutions that have improved accessibility, efficiency, and the overall customer experience.
Equitable Justice and Court Modernization
When it comes to using technology to help constituents, the Fairfax Circuit Court lags behind other jurisdictions in Virginia. As the largest county in the state, Fairfax should be leading by example. Chris is running to modernize the court to improve responsiveness, efficiency, and the delivery of equitable justice.
July 2020 – Present
December 2019 – Present
December 2018 – Present
October 2018 – Present
Vice Rector of the James Madison University Board of Visitors
Arlington County ASAP Policy Board
Board of Directors of Edu-Futuro
Fairfax County Human Services Council
August 2014 – July 2018
Previously appointed by Governor Terry McAuliffe to the Virginia Latino Advisory Board, served as Vice-Chair
January 2017 – Present
Volunteer Attorney, St. Anthony's Legal Aid Clinic
January 2017 – October 2019
Broyhill Crest Community Association (Vice President 2018-19)
The Falcon Family
Chris with his wife Jackie and their children Christopher, Chase, and Gracie.