Innovation Builds Inclusive Communities (virtual) Tour

Richmond
Nov. 1, 2017, 5:30 p.m.

Richmond

Join us for an educational event where we'll be learning about innovative and inspiring ideas that build inclusive communities in Richmond. Meet the innovative neighborhood participants over beer and pizza; their good works are making our selected neighborhood a more inclusive community. Get looped in to opportunities for you and your network to get involved – even if only in small ways so anyone, anywhere can help make an impact! RSVP at agewavetour.eventbrite.com

Speakers include:

Dr. E. Ayn Welleford: Co-lead of the Greater Richmond Age Wave, Chair of the VCU Dept. of Gerontology and 2017 Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities Humanitarian Award recipient.

Beth Ludden: Chair of the Business for Life action team, Senior Vice President of Long Term Care Product Development at Genworth Financial and East End resident.

Jessica Hawthorne: Director of Programs at the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities, an organization that works with schools, business, and communities to achieve success through inclusion.

Lynn McAteer: Vice President of Planning & Evaluations for the Better Housing Coalition, the Richmond region’s largest nonprofit community development corporation.


To learn more, we'll see you on November 1!

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Innovation Builds Inclusive Communities (virtual) Tour

Greater Richmond Age Wave

Greater Richmond Age Wave

When

Nov. 1, 2017
5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Where

Triple Crossing - Fulton
5203 Hatcher St. Richmond, VA, 23231

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