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Our Stories

We believe personal stories illustrate how and why individuals connect to Voices for Virginia’s Children. By explaining in people’s own words why our work matters to them, these stories put a human face to our work. If you would like to share how you have connected to Voices and why you care about our work, please contact Cassie Price.

Susan Fincke, Using Data to Educate and Persuade

Susan Fincke uses data to educate and persuade. The executive director of Friends of the Portsmouth Juvenile Court, a nonprofit dedicated to creating better futures for Portsmouth’s court-involved youth and…

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Lee Switz understands fundraising, advocacy connection

Voices board member Lee Switz traces her involvement with social justice to 1964 when she boarded a bus bound for Washington, D.C. A recent 21-year-old college graduate, Lee went to…

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