As a benefit of joining the LMR network, alumni of Leadership Quest are invited to participate in Alumni Only programming throughout the year. These programs include but are not limited to:
Convening Leaders offers environments where LMR members can engage in high-performing conversations characterized by respect, courtesy, and compassion around important community issues.
Recent topics have included:
Aging in RVA
Off the Cuff
Off the Cuff is a new program that offers alumni impromptu learning and networking experiences at distinctive locations throughout our region.
Recent Off the Cuff events have included:
A hard hat tour of the new Virginia War Memorial expansion
A walking tour of The Low Line
Led by Frazier Millner-Armstrong (LMR ’06), Executive Director of Capital Trees, followed by a riverfront canal cruise
A walking tour of the Richmond Slave Trail
Led by Slave Trail Commission members Delegate Delores McQuinn (LMR ’01), and Rev. Ben Campbell (LMR ’82)
A behind-the-scenes tour of the new American Civil War Museum
Led by ACWM President & CEO Christy Coleman (LMR ’10)
A walking tour of what's new in Ashland
From the Dominion Energy Innovation Center to the Ashland Theatre renovations, ending at Ashland Meat Company (in the former Cross Brothers Grocery location)
Off the Cuff ACWM
Off the Cuff Low Line
Off the Cuff Slave Trail
Off the Cuff VA War Memorial
Fall Alumni Reception
The annual fall alumni reception is an opportunity for our members to meet the incoming Leadership Quest class, reconnect with their fellow classmates and mingle with other alumni.
Thank you to everyone that attended the 2019 Fall Reception held on October 17, 2019 at the Virginia Museum of History & Culture. Photos from this year’s event can be viewed in the gallery below.
The annual spring luncheon brings LMR members together for an afternoon of fine dining and fellowship in downtown Richmond.
Thank you to those that were able to join us for the 2019 LMR Spring Luncheon. We appreciate your time and participation in courageous conversation with your fellow LMR alumni around the present challenges and opportunities before us as community leaders in the Richmond region and across Virginia. A special thank you to Jonathan Zur (LMR '08) of Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities for facilitating the Q&A with our honorees as well as our table discussions.