Delegate Ayala Evaluates Safety of U-Turns at Lake Ridge Elementary School

January 11, 2019

"I am grateful to the Lake Ridge community for voicing their concerns and welcoming me. As your Delegate, I am committed to working with the parents, school leadership, law enforcement, and the Virginia Department of Transportation to create a permanent solution"

Delegate Ayala Receives Behind-the-Scenes Look at DMV's Woodbridge Customer Service Center

November 30, 2018

Delegate Hala Ayala (D-51st), along with Delegate Danica Roem (D-13th) and Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Commissioner Richard Holcomb, spent Thursday morning visiting DMV’s Woodbridge Customer Service Center. Both delegates received an in-depth look at DMV operations and visited with constituents.

Delegate Hala Ayala Receives Virginia Chamber Of Commerce Endorsement

May 20, 2018

Virginia Chamber of Commerce announced the recipients of the “Free Enterprise Award” which recognizes legislators for their support of pro-business policies during the 2018 legislative session. In years past, the list recognized veteran legislators from across the commonwealth on both sides of the isle.  But this year, it was a pleasant surprise to see freshman legislators Delegate Hala S. Ayala recognized.

2018 End of Session Newsletter

March 26, 2018

As the General Assembly session adjourns, I want to update you on what we have done in Richmond, highlight my own legislative accomplishments, and provide you with information on how to follow new laws coming into effect this year.

I am proud of my work for you in Richmond. Working across the aisle, I was able to help make the Commonwealth a safer and fairer place.

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

February 20, 2018

“I am thrilled to introduce my audience to Ms. Hala Ayala.  Hala worked for the government as a Cyber Security Specialist for the Department of Homeland Security with close to 17 years of experience. She is the mother of two and an avid community advocate who founded the Prince William County Chapter of the National Organization for Women (PWC NOW).  Her commitment to service and community are evident through her various leadership roles.