Love. Service. Action.
Carrie Coyner believes our community can achieve great things together when we love people through service and action.
Carrie serves the people of Chesterfield, Prince George and Hopewell in the Virginia House of Delegates, where she is developing a reputation for working across the aisle on improving our schools, protecting victims of domestic violence, and fighting drug addiction among teenagers.
Carrie grew up in the Chester area, the same community she and her family still call home today.
Her parents taught her from a young age to love people through service – and that means actually doing something. Before being elected to the House of Delegates, Carrie served her community on the Chesterfield County School Board, as a Board leader for the Chester YMCA, and on the Elizabeth Scott Elementary School PTA. She is currently the children’s choir director and a Sunday school teacher at Chester United Methodist Church.
Carrie and her husband, Matt, have three children, ages 10, 12 and 13. . Like most families, Carrie and her husband juggle school, sports, church and birthday parties all while trying to keep up with their day jobs. Matt runs a construction company and Carrie is the owner and founder of RudyCoyner Attorneys at law, where she practices business and real estate law for over 15 years.