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Assessing Financial Health of Nonprofits in the Time of COVID

VA

Strengthening Nonprofit Boards & Financial Health Leadership Metro Richmond Presents New Programs This Spring Nonprofits have experienced unforeseen shifts in operations and are challenged to address the pandemic's impacts on poverty, inequality, and well-being.  The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our economic and financial stability, in addition to our daily lives. While stimulus packages might help,

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AWE Women in Business Summit

VA

The Arlington Chamber of Commerce announced that Sharmi Albrectsen, CEO and co-founder of SmartGurlz, will serve as the keynote presenter at the AWE Women in Business Summit. SmartGurlz, a fast growing start-up company focusing on closing the gender gap in technology, is the first robotics company focusing on girls and was featured on ABC's Shark

Developing Business Leaders & Advancing DEI Through Effective Nonprofit Board Service

VA

Strengthening Nonprofit Boards & Financial Health Leadership Metro Richmond Presents New Programs This Spring Companies recognize the fundamental value of developing talent, advancing racial diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and finding innovative solutions to social, economic, and environmental challenges. Simultaneously, nonprofits require highly effective boards to achieve their more significant potential strategically and financially. Join

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Technology Summit: Meeting the Cyber Challenges for the Future

VA

Electrosoft Services, Inc. in collaboration with the non-profit association, ITPA-NCC, will host our 3rd in the series of virtual, half-day webinars on “Meeting the Cyber Challenges for the Future.”As part of our ongoing series, this three-hour summit will showcase government and industry thought leaders with focus on Identity, Credential and Access Management (ICAM) and Zero

Virginia Governor’s Conference on Agricultural Trade

VA

The Virginia Tech Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences will co-host the 13th annual Virginia Governor’s Conference on Agricultural Trade on March 30. Given the current health and safety guidelines, this year’s conference will be held virtually. This year’s event, co-hosted by Virginia's Office of the Governor, the Virginia Department of

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COVID Safety Standards in the Workplace

VA

Vandeventer Black LLP is pleased to offer a complimentary webinar on COVID SAFETY STANDARDS IN THE WORKPLACE This session will discuss Virginia’s new permanent standard on COVID safety, OSHA’s COVID guidance, and other COVID-related employment issues. TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 2021 – 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM This is a FREE webinar and it will be livestreamed via Microsoft

It’s Almost 4:20 in Virginia: What Employers Need to Know About Marijuana Laws

VA

Vandeventer Black LLP is pleased to offer a complimentary webinar on It’s Almost 4:20 in Virginia: What Employers Need to Know About Marijuana Laws This session will discuss the current state of the law in Virginia regarding marijuana, anticipated changes, and how employers should address marijuana issues, including ADA accommodation, at work. Virginia Law Proposed Virginia Legislation Federal Law

Virginia Chamber and Virginia Business webinar: Markets, Policy, and the New Administration

VA

Markets, Policy, and the New Administration Zoom webinar Featured Speakers: Thomas Barkin, President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Thomas Kennedy, Global Head of Macro and Fixed Income Strategy, J.P. Morgan Private Bank Barry DuVal, President & CEO, Virginia Chamber of Commerce Scott Headd, Executive Director, J.P. Morgan Private Bank Bernie Niemeier,

Tom Barkin, Richmond Fed, at Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce

VA

Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce 2021 Economic Outlook February 19th, 8:00-9:30am Driving the Economy After a Wreck Assessing the Damage - 2020 Needed Repairs - 2021 Just Like New?The Big Picture Tom Barkin, President, The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Presentation/Remarks followed by Q&A Time The Local Economy Brian Shull, City of Harrisonburg Casey Armstrong, Rockingham

Richmond Fed series — Educational Disparities and COVID-19

VA

The Richmond Fed is presenting an online series, “District Dialogues: Educational Disparities and COVID-19,” starting February 18 and running through early May. It examines the effects of the pandemic on students and their long-term workforce prospects. Each hour-long session focuses on a theme and features speakers, panel discussions and case studies. Registration is here, and