Debbie Irwin, Executive Director of the Staunton Creative Community Fund, has been named by Virginia Business Magazine as one of the 100 people to meet in 2020 in the angels category. “Whether promoting history and the arts, building community or providing vital services, these people make Virginia a better place through their passion and vision.” notes Virginia Business Magazine.
Since 2008, the nonprofit Staunton Creative Community Fund provides access to training, community resources, marketing and capital to entrepreneurs.
Irwin is joined in recognition by Mary Lou Bourne, Director of Technology Information and Economic Development at James Madison University, and Jay Langston, Executive Director of Shenandoah Valley Partnership.
All three are members of the Shenandoah Valley Regional Cohort, a collaboration of business-minded individuals who are working to build entrepreneurial ecosystems throughout the valley.
Information: Top 100 People to Meet in 2020