As the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) increasingly begins to be felt in the local region, we felt it was important to share with you some of the precautions that we are taking to keep you and our community safe and healthy.
Because we’ve always been committed to serving our customers in a safe and healthy environment, we will postpone all scheduled BND Institute of Median and Culture Programs that currently are scheduled for March 15 – April 15, 2020. New dates for planned events will be communicated as soon as we believe it is safe to do so.
Thank you kindly and please be safe and stay healthy.
Bonnie Newman Davis
BND Institute of Media and Culture
Nothing is more important than the health and wellbeing of our employees and our customers and we want you to know that we are confident in our ability to operate in a safe manner. We will continue to take guidance from the CDC and local health authorities and revise our practices as recommended.
Thank you for your trust in us, and for being a loyal customer.
Tasha Chambers and some of the innovative Richmond, Va. women featured in her new book of essays, “Women’s Work.” In addition to learning more about Tasha, you’ll also hear from some of Richmond’s most dynamic change agents — women who are getting it done by making things happen! You know their names — Angela Patton, Adrienne Cole Johnson, Christy Coleman, Kelli Lemon,Courtney Glenn and Gill Robinson Hickman. Not only will the evening be filled with delicious dialogue, but lots of laughs and libations, too.
The event takes place on March 31, 2020 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at 1717 Innovation Center, 1717 E Cary StRichmond, VA 23223.
Interested sponsors may contact:
Bonnie Newman Davis, Executive Director, BND Institute of Media and Culture, Inc. @ firstname.lastname@example.org, or 804 683-7203
Tasha Chambers is an award-winning communications professional. For more than 15 years, she has created innovative programming and communications campaigns for diverse brands. She is a passionate speaker on gender & equality issues, openly sharing her experience navigating through corporate and nonprofit environments. She has spent countless hours researching workplace and entrepreneurial trends for people of color. With a niche in tourism and nonprofit communications, she has been able to elevate local brands to the national stage. She enjoys listening, which has enabled her to pitch amazing news stories that clients sometimes overlook. You can find her clients in The New York Times, Inc.com, The Huffington Post, CNN and more.
In 2016, Tasha earned a place on Richmond’s (Va.) Power List. She is a Top 40 Under 40 honoree; a proud graduate of Howard University (HU!), where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism; and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
Together, she and her husband have three very unique children.