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News Intern, 434.260.1636
Ana Mir is a senior at the University of Virginia, majoring in Anthropology and English. She has worked with multiple local news organizations, including C-VILLE Weekly and the Cavalier Daily, and calls Charlottesville her hometown ...
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Executive Director, 434-260-1533
Brian Wheeler was hired as Charlottesville Tomorrow's first Executive Director in July 2005.  Mr. Wheeler has lived in the Charlottesville-Albemarle region since 1984. Mr. Wheeler helped launch a unique partnership with The Daily Progress ...
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Community Engagement & Marketing Specialist, 434-260-1076
Dan Hennicke joined Charlottesville Tomorrow in the summer of 2012.  Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Dan has been a resident of Charlottesville for nearly twelve years. Dan attended the University of Missouri where he earned ...
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News Intern, 434-218-0370
Emily Berg is a junior Math and Economics major at Williams College. She is from Charlottesville, VA, and will be concentrating on stories related to growth and development this summer for Charlottesville Tomorrow. She will ...
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News Intern, 434.202.4139
Lacey Naff is a recent graduate from Bridgewater College in Bridgewater, VA, where she received a degree in Communications with a focus in Public Relations. While attending Bridgewater she was highly involved with the college ...
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Senior Reporter, 434-260-0763
Sean Tubbs is Charlottesville Tomorrow’s Senior Reporter focusing on stories related to growth, development and local politics.  Mr. Tubbs joined Charlottesville Tomorrow in 2007 as its first Program Officer. Now Charlottesville Tomorrow's Senior ...
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Education Reporter, 434-260-1573
Tim Shea is Charlottesville Tomorrow’s Education Reporter covering K-12 public education in Charlottesville-Albemarle.  Mr. Shea first joined Charlottesville Tomorrow as an intern in September 2012. Mr. Shea has been recognized by the Virginia Press ...
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CVille Poll
City planner and urban designer Jeff Speck, a leading expert on how communities around the country can become more livable, walkable and economically viable, suggested in his presentation at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center that by replacing traffic ...
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