“I said I really would like to start to get some business in the marine, boating and fishing industry, just thinking, ‘OK, I love to do those things; how awesome would it be to work in the industry as well?’” Commonwealth PR’s Brian Chandler said.
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“We’ve all kited with a lot of people, but I think the four of us have depended a lot on each other in bad situations. This is definitely the A-team,” Jeff Friend said of the group that includes a fellow dental practitioner, a rock climbing gym co-owner and a real estate investor.
The recently retired executive embarks this weekend on a solo 4,500-mile “bikepacking” adventure to raise awareness and funds for a Richmond nonprofit.
Dr. Charles Joyner is making his acting debut in “Chaos of Spirit,” a play that opens this week in Dominion Energy Center’s Gottwald Playhouse.
One year into his role as the CEO, Brian Trader has made himself at home — and made a seasonal home out of his office for his personal plant collection.
Richmonders found ways to keep their work lives in balance this year — riding horses, marathoning and musical pursuits.
After a year of no luck landing job interviews, the VCU grad got a gig she wasn’t expecting with some help from her singer-songwriter side.
The head of corporate communications has completed seven triathlons — single-day, 140.6-mile races that blend swimming, cycling and running — and she’s training for her eighth.
The health system’s top infectious diseases expert keeps the beat for The Vagabond Dandies, a pandemic-born band that includes two other VCU physicians.
The vice president at PR firm Padilla starts most of her workdays riding her horse in Manakin-Sabot, and they compete in shows on weekends.