President – Paul Seto

For the past 10 years, I’ve been honored to serve as National Capital Chapter’s President. During this time, I’ve been the most active NCC member: creating and attending thousands of events, promoting our club to current/potential sponsors and members, promoting events to ensure participation and financial strength, and handling day-to-day business operations to continue as the largest, most active, and premier CCA chapter in the US.

Obviously, this takes an incredible amount of time and dedication from all NCC volunteers and I wouldn’t ask for anything more from others than I can do myself. Nothing satisfies me more than watching others have fun and smiling throughout an event. This is what drives me; enhancing the CCA experience so that all can clearly see the value and fun that membership brings.

I can’t do this alone, however, but as President, I can lead this chapter to push the same platform, to share the same enthusiasm, and to elevate our member’s satisfaction each year. If you have believed in me in the past, then I am asking for your support to continue as President and Chief Volunteer of the National Capital Chapter.

James Laws – Vice-president

For the past 5 years I have been honored to serve as our chapter’s Vice President. My focus has been and continues to be to improve the membership experience and introduce new chapter activities, initiatives, and attract new members.

I have worked with a variety of business enterprises to develop new relationships and increase our chapter’s visibility and influence and that of the national organization in the Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia automotive community.

I am requesting your continued backing for another year as Vice President. I will continue to support our chapter as it moves in new directions and faces new challenges. I will continue to develop opportunities which benefit you, the chapter membership.

Thank you for your support,


Treasurer – John Walker

I have been a proud member of the National Capital Chapter since 2006 and just completing my second year as the chapter’s Treasurer. As challenging as this year has been, I am seeking a third consecutive term as Treasurer and would like your support once more. If re-elected to this position, I will strive to serve the chapter to the best of my ability.

John Walker
Chapter Member ID: 370879

Secretary – Robert Hopkins

I’ve enjoyed being a member of NCC BMWCCA for several years participating mainly in the Autocross and Tour events as well as social events and been honored to serve as NCC’s Secretary for the past 2 years. The Secretary of the club sets up zoom meetings, taking notes at board meetings, sending pre and post meeting notes as well as other communications to various programs of the club which is now more important than ever during the Pandemic. Many of you know me from my Tourmiestering and I hope to continue bringing the enthusiasm I show for tour planning and execution to the Secretary position.
I am asking for your support in the role of Secretary of the National Capital Chapter for another year so I can continue to give back to the club that has brought so much excitement and joy into my life.

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