Corey Hitt


Mr. Hitt serves as the Interim Chairman and representative for District 4.  Originally born in Culpeper County, Corey understands the challenges of rural living when it comes to technology.  For almost 20 years Corey has served the technology needs of Chesterfield County Public Schools; managing a network of 65 sites with over 1800 Cisco devices, and 2900 Aerohive access points (WiFi).  He previously taught with Chesterfield as the Lead Instructor for the Cisco Networking Academy at the Chesterfield Career and Technical Center.  From 2006 to 2016, Corey was also the General Manager of Lionlike, LLC, a small business Internet Service Provider in downtown Richmond servicing residential and commercial businesses with wired (fiber) and wireless Internet access, and smaller ISP projects in Hanover and Culpeper Counties.

Corey previously served the United States Army Reserves in Fort Eustis for eight years as Chaplain Assistant to the 5-159 Aviation Regiment.  He currently serves the media ministry for his church, and is also actively engaged in deploying Internet solutions to rural Honduras through a technology ministry at Iglesia Bautista, Los Izotes in Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.

Corey is dedicated to making Powhatan a better-served community through technology.  He resides in Powhatan (District 4) with his wife and four children.

“Press On” – The Motto

The motto of 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, expresses the spirit to continue the mission, no matter the adversary.  I’ve adopted this motto to my life not only because it was instilled through service to my country: “I will always place the mission first.  I will never accept defeat.  I will never quit,” but because of the motto’s roots in my faith as a Christian.  The motto “Press On” was derived from Philippians 3:14 “I press [on] toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.”