We need to be far more thoughtful and strategic about how we work with the new marijuana industrial complex if we are truly looking out for the most vulnerable in our society.
Actor Wendell Pierce recently announced plans to transform a blighted corner in downtown Richmond.
LBG Real Estate Companies and Aviva Investors announced last month the purchase of Hilltop Mall. The new owners believe the mall’s visibility and access to a dense and growing residential population is ideal for its resurgence.
The Richmond City Council could increase the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by January 2019. Council members recently voted to draft the ordinance, which they will review at their July 11 meeting.
The new year is soon upon us complete with new year resolutions. Some are personal: lose weight, exercise more, be a more loving person, spend more time with family, quit smoking…. Others relate to the nonprofit organizations we work with. Three things you can do to launch fundraising in the new year
To many of us, $1 million in savings sounds like a myth. I am sure most of my fellow millennials can barely imagine earning $1 million throughout our lifetimes, much less having that amount tucked into a savings account. Remember, over half of Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings account.
At Kapor Capital, over 50 percent of investments go to startups that have women and people of color in charge.
A recent career summit in Richmond focused on building career pathways for students who live in low-income communities and students of color.
Richmond’s new Chamber of Commerce President and CEO James Lee says he inherited his entrepreneurial skills from his father when his family came to the United States from Korea.
In 2014, it seemed as if Craigslist posted a new security position every few hours. Even my peers spoke as if security represented a gold mine. “You can pick your own schedule, with guaranteed overtime and pay above minimum wage,” they said. What high school graduate would turn that down?