/ ConnectVA Spotlight: Daphne Swanson, President & CEO, Junior Achievement of Central Virginia
Tell us about yourself.
My name is Daphne Swanson, President & CEO of Junior Achievement of Central Virginia (JACV). I have been with Junior Achievement for 13 years. Prior to joining Junior Achievement, I worked at Deloitte where I was as an auditor primarily working with clients in the mortgage and financial industries as well as local government.
I’m originally from upstate New York, but moved to Norfolk, Virginia where I attended and graduated from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science. Seven years later I received a Post-Baccalaureate Degree in Accounting from Virginia Commonwealth University and shortly after became a Certified Public Accountant. I have an 18 year old daughter who recently graduated from Maggie Walker Governor’s School and will be attending VCU in the fall.
I serve on the board of ChamberRVA and Henrico Firefighter Foundation and a member of the West Richmond Rotary. I am also an Advisory Board Member for BB&T of Richmond and I sit on the Virginia Career and Technical Education Advisory Committee.
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The Capital Regional Collaborative (CRC) recently shared stories of regional collaboration where projects, programs and initiatives are happening across sectors in order to amplify impact in our community!
For those who aren’t familiar - the Capital Region Collaborative is a collaborative effort between government, business, and the community to identify and implement regional priorities (read our earlier post about the CRC Priority Areas) that will enhance the quality of life in the Richmond Region. The CRC is a joint initiative between the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce and Richmond Regional Planning District Commission.
Read on for great examples of regional collaboration from local nonprofits!
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