Dina Weinstein, editor and publisher of RVA on the Cheap, will serve as the next president of the Virginia Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Weinstein, who also writes for Richmond Magazine, the Henrico Citizen and other publications, was chosen in an online election that the chapter held over the past week. SPJVA … Continue reading SPJ Virginia Pro Chapter Elects Officers, Directors for 2021-22
From April 12-18, our chapter will hold an election to fill officer positions and seats on the board. Here are the nominees, who would take office beginning July 1: President -- Dina Weinstein, editor and publisher of RVA on the Cheap; writer for VCU Public Affairs, Richmond Magazine, the Henrico Citizen and other publications; and, before moving to … Continue reading Nominees for officer and director positions for 2021-22
The Society of Professional Journalists, Virginia Pro Chapter, seeks nominations for its George Mason Award, presented annually since 1964 to journalists and others who have supported freedom of the press and made significant contributions to Virginia journalism.
Gov. Tim Kaine is the guest speaker at the Virginia Pro Chapter's 50th Anniversary Celebration Tuesday, April 22, in Richmond. Please join us as we honor the chapter's contributions to Virginia journalism as well as our George Mason Award winner David Poole, founder of the Virginia Public Access Project. We need you to be there … Continue reading Help Us Celebrate our 50th: April 22, 2008
The Virginia Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists presents * Mike Allen Chief Political Correspondent Politico.com Followed by a happy hour at Capital Ale House. * Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2008 6:30-7:30 p.m. Richmond Times-Dispatch 300 E. Franklin St. * Please join us in welcoming Mike Allen back to Richmond. The chief political correspondent … Continue reading On the Trail With Mike Allen