RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Virginia’s First Lady Pamela Northam announced this year’s honorees for Richmond History Makers this morning during a Facebook live.

Richmond History Makers is a program that promotes and celebrates the bold, innovative, and often unsung work of individuals and organizations who strive to improve their communities. The program is co-hosted by the Valentine and the Community Foundation for a greater Richmond.

“The life-changing work that we have seen take place across the Richmond Region this year is unlike any other,” Valentine Director Bill Martin said. “These individuals and organizations stepped up in the face of so many challenging circumstances, and they deserve an evening to be celebrated in front of their community!”

This year’s Richmond History Makers are:

Creating Quality Educational Opportunities:
Chuck English
Virginia STEM Coordinator

Demonstrating Innovative Economic Solutions:
Floyd E. Miller II
President & CEO
Metropolitan Business League

Improving Regional Transportation:
Lloyd “Bud” Vye
Biking and pedestrian advocate

Championing Social Justice:
Chloe Edwards
Advocacy and Engagement Manager
Voices for Virginia’s Children

Promoting Community Health:
Health Brigade
(Represented by Executive Director Karen Legato)

Advancing our Quality of Life:
Hamilton Glass
Muralist and Community Advocate

The 16th Annual Richmond History Makers and Community Update will be virtual this year and will take place on March 9.

You can register for a free ticket and learn more HERE.