public affairs.

2307, 2016

la’Shanda holmes

July 23rd, 2016|public affairs.|3 Comments

The first African American female helicopter pilot for the U.S. Coast Guard, and former foster kid, inspires us all to work hard and serve those around us.

407, 2015

brigadier general wilma l. vaught.

July 4th, 2015|public affairs.|2 Comments

Brigadier General Wilma L. Vaught offers her thoughts on leadership, women in the United States Military, and the importance of remembering.

2805, 2015

carol adams.

May 28th, 2015|advocacy., public affairs.|0 Comments

Police Officer and Founder of The Carol Adams Foundation shares her thoughts on the importance of awareness and education.

2103, 2015

nancy rodrigues.

March 21st, 2015|public affairs.|0 Comments

Secretary of Administration for the Commonwealth of Virginia encourages: "Know and like yourself. If you don’t know who you are, then you don’t know what you are capable of. If you don’t like yourself, you probably aren’t going to like anyone else. Take the time to learn who you are."

1503, 2015

kara gormont.

March 15th, 2015|public affairs.|3 Comments

United States Air Force leader suggests: "If we could all just learn to tolerate, accept, and love I believe that we would have a more beautiful world."

2901, 2015

anne petera.

January 29th, 2015|public affairs.|2 Comments

Consultant and community leader encourages: "Know your philosophy of government, what you think it should and should not be. Do some research on candidates and by all means VOTE EVERY SINGLE TIME the opportunity arises."

601, 2015

lt. jan ingram.

January 6th, 2015|public affairs.|1 Comment

Sailor and Navy Lt. advises: Learn and love you—you’re worth it. Be confident; take “I can’t” and “I won’t” out of your vocabulary. And smile often—it’s contagious and releases happy hormones.