The VCU grad, now a media planner at local ad giant The Martin Agency, had once found her life outside of work spinning in circles. Naturally, she picked up a hula hoop.
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Before Sandy Manley was a fiscal technician with the Virginia Department of Transportation, she was Gremlina – one of the more feisty and vocal “heel” characters of the 1980s TV series “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.” Now, nearly 30 years after her six-month run on GLOW, the Highland Springs native and resident has had the curtain… Read more »
The business development director for Kahler Slater, which recently opened an office in Shockoe Slip, says her pastime of choice is comparable to her work hunting down new clients for the company.
The first female president of downtown law firm Sands Anderson spends free time spinning wool from her own flock of eight Angora goats at her 45-acre farm in Caroline County.
When the chairman of Hirschler Fleischer isn’t busy playing classic rock with his band on the weekends, you’ll probably find him at his winery or teaching yoga around town.
The shop manager of a Henrico fitness studio plans to bike in a 3,000-mile race in support of the locally based Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation.
While his surname is synonymous with advertising in Richmond, it’s been putting pen to paper outside the family business that has helped Stephen Hawley Martin make a name for himself.
The first year of “Downtime” captured some unique and unusual stories – tales of individual accomplishment, different takes on team building, and interests ranging from mountain climbing and skydiving to pole vaulting and painting – even opera singing.
“I loved the company, loved the people, and I planned to work there for a while,” David Short said. “And then this art thing came along.”
The 30-year-old relationship manager for Equity Concepts twilights as an opera singer, most recently appearing in Capitol Opera Richmond’s production of the Filipino opera “Noli Me Tangere.”