Peters’ goal in this new position is to expand the society’s role from environmental education and advocacy to serving as community liaison.
Priority will be given to applicants who demonstrate the ability to serve children of lower-income families, essential workers, and other families experiencing COVID-related challenges.
Locals and visitors seeking fun and safe outdoor experiences will once again have the opportunity to visit and support food producers in PR, USVI and The Bahamas through the Food Producer Network.
In line with their social commitment of the wellbeing of the Virgin Islands communities, McDonald’s hosted its Great Day, the company’s largest annual fundraiser in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The National Association of African-Americans in Human Resources (NAAHR) has honored U.S. Virgin Islands Director of Personnel Dayna Clendinen with the organization’s first Trailblazer Award.
Dudley Newman Feuerzeig LLP (DNF) congratulates Charlotte K. Perrell, its partner and head of litigation, for her inauguration as the 2021 Virgin Islands Bar Association president.
ThomasGriffith is the Foundation’s first female chair and replaces George H.T. Dudley, who has been on the board since 2009.
Grant funds will be used to support ongoing hurricane recovery, revitalization and building forward efforts to enhance the wellbeing of residents and ecosystems across the territory.
The Liberty Foundation’s donation will help CFVI to work on its Learning Loss Summer Program, arts and culture projects, mangrove restoration efforts, rapid response support and local foster homes.
The Coral Bay Community Council begins a new project to recognize a part of local history important to many Coral Bay residents by documenting the significance of St. John’s “one room” schoolhouses from the 1860s to the 1940s.