804 Women Making History

March is Women’s History Month and Radio One Richmond would like to pay homage to the 804 women who are making and shaking history through their business ventures, influence and mark on our local community. We are proud to present 804 Women Making History.

Today we highlight Dr. Tabatha Spurlock, a dynamic and highly energetic motivational speaker and educator. For nearly 20 years, she has been committed to educating youth from local housing neighborhoods with the Boys and Girls Club to the public K-12 education system.

804 Women Making History

Today we highlight Logan Boyd, owner of Richmond Flower Truck. Richmond Flower Truck was established in May 2022 and is a mobile bouquet bar, where you can create your own handpicked bouquet.

804 Women Making History

Today we celebrate Katrina Travers Pascal: Wife, mother, stylist, mentor and Richmond native. She was raised South of the James in a single-parent home. Because money was an issue in the house, she learned how to do her hair. Because of what she encountered, her passion was lit, and the cosmetologist was born.

Today we celebrate Taylor Scott, founder of the RVA Community Fridges. Scott moved to Virginia in 2016 to attend VCU and completed her degree in Criminal Justice: Forensic Crime Scene Investigation and a minor in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness.

Today we highlight Erica Brown Shambley, a seasoned professional in the marketing and communications realm, brings over a decade of expertise to her role as Director of Marketing, Communications, and Engagement for the Virginia State University College of Agriculture.

Today we celebrate Christine Haines Greenberg, co-owner of Urban Set Bride, a bridal boutique in Church Hill, creative director of the Hive Wedding Collective, a luxury wedding planning team, a small business consultant and an ordained wedding officiant.

804 Women Making History

Today we celebrate Ashley Redwood: With over 370,000 followers across four social media platforms, Ashley "AD" Redwood and Trap Cardio have taken over homes all over the world. 

Today we recognize Kim Young, a nationally recognized expert troublemaker and social worker experienced in providing direct clinical services to multi-system involved youth, young adults and families who have experienced community violence.

804 Women Making History

Today we celebrate Tameka Jefferson, the Community Relations Manager for Richmond Region Tourism - the region’s destination marketing organization.

804 Women Making History

March is Women’s History Month and Radio One Richmond would like to pay homage to the 804 women who are making and shaking history through their business ventures, influence and mark on our local community. We are proud to present 804 Women Making History.

804 Women Making History

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