RVAgreen 2050 Update: A Letter from Mayor Levar Stoney
Climate change impacts increase the vulnerability of individuals below the poverty level, causing a rise in risks such as physical and mental illnesses, job loss, and decreased food security.
In addition, due to historic and institutional racism, people of color are more likely to live in more marginal and exposed areas that are more susceptible to climate impacts. For these reasons, it is critical that the City of Richmond’s efforts to address climate change are carried out in a way that is inclusive of and protects our most vulnerable communities.
Introducing Tiffany Mosher
Tiffany Mosher is the author of Beauty Beyond the Threshold: How International Volunteering Saved My Life. When she came to me in 2020 seeking web design services, I couldn’t be more excited to help get her story out there. Buy a copy of Beauty Beyond the Threshold, see Tiffany Mosher’s website or get started on a website of your own.
Goodbye, 2020! Hello, logo!
Close out this dumpster fire of a year with a fire sale on branding and logo design. Take 50% off all branding packages. Limitations apply. Read more for details.
Content Planning Workshop Has Moved to Social Media
Over the coming weeks, I’ll be sharing all the information I was going to present in my content marketing workshop. No fees, no sign up required. Just me spilling the tea on how to build a great content marketing strategy that actually works for your business.
Free Work From Home Resources from Adobe
Adobe is offering free work from home resources to help with telecommuting during COVID19.
Carlene Can has a new home at Collier Coworks on Chamberlayne Ave in Northside Richmond, Virginia.
Welcome to Work in Progress!
My hope is that you can avoid the mistakes I will inevitably make, maybe find some free and low-cost resources that will help you grow your business and if I’m really lucky, you’ll come get a cup of coffee with me sometime.