Culture Works is proud to be one of the 13th Annual Richmond History Makers.
The program, led by The Valentine, pays tribute to everyday citizens and outstanding organizations that make significant contributions to the greater Richmond region. This year the honoree categories aligned with the regional priorities of the Capital Region Collaborative, allowing for better recognition of the region-wide impact of these hometown visionaries and providing a good look at the faces behind the data.
The Capital Region Collaborative coordinates the RVA Snapshot: A Shared Vision for Our Region. This printed annual report highlights selected indicators from the six priority areas. The report highlights indicators that are key drivers in moving each priority area forward. Download the report here.
The 13th Annual Richmond History Makers
Ashby and Terri Anderson
Creating Quality Educational Opportunities. Aligns with CRC Regional Priority Education
Kim Mahan, MAXX Potential
Demonstrating Innovative Solutions. Aligns with CRC Regional Priorities Workforce Preparation, Job Creation, Transportation
Pam Mines, JP JumPers Foundation
Encouraging Regional Collaboration. Aligns with any of the eight CRC Regional Priorities
Championing Social Justice. Aligns with CRC Regional Priority Social Stability
Duron Chavis, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
Promoting Stronger Communities. Aligns with CRC Regional Priority Healthy Communities
NEW CATEGORY FOR 2018 – Advancing Our Quality of Life. Aligns with CRC Priorities Quality Place, James River, Transportation