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Storefront Volunteer Orientation

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Andrew Moore

on 14 September 2012

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Transcript of Storefront Volunteer Orientation

Volunteer Orientation The Storefront works with homeowners, organizations and businesses to encourage quality community development and strengthen the legacy of our urban neighborhoods through education, advocacy and participation. Mission for the love of our city Who? Board of Directors

Cynthia Newbille; Council Member, City of Richmond
Juanita Buster; Principal Planner, City of Richmond
Matt Conrad; Deputy Chief of Staff, Commonwealth of Virginia
Peter Fraser; Fraser Design Associates
Jacek Ghosh; Director of Sustainability, VCU
James Hill; Principal Planner, City of Richmond
Andrew Moore; Glave & Holmes Architecture
Lane Pearson; Better Housing Coalition
Charles Peters; Director, Friends Association for Children
Burt Pinnock; BAM Architects
Mary Harding Sadler, Sadler & Whitehead Architects
Mary Thompson; New Vision Civic League of East End, City of Richmond
Jennifer Wimmer, Glave & Holmes Architecture

Staff
Giles Harnsberger; Programs Manager DesignPlan Origins 75 completed DesignPlan consultations 6 workshops completed
3 planned Over 80 volunteers Some stats Volunteer! Design Workshops Design Education Partnerships City of Richmond
Virginia Commonwealth University
Civic Associations
Historic Richmond Foundation
Better Housing Coalition
American Institute of Architects
Association for Community Design
Art Works 180
CultureWorks
Virginia Main Street Program
Tricycle Gardens
Fulton Neighborhood Resource Center
Partnership for Smarter Growth Forms What's next? DesignFund
Additional locations
Open House http://www.storefrontrichmond.org/ What do we do? ...and a word about what we don't do.
[marketing] What about professional liability? Check with your employer.
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