Tuesday, August 21st Breakfast          

LAKSHMI CHALLA
The Challa Law Group
           
"IMMIGRATION POLICY - WHO KNEW IT WOULD BE SO COMPLICATED" 

Our Host



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Encorepreneur is a community whose goal is to help its members make their next business & personal accomplishments as successful, full of purpose and fun as they have been in the past. 
Encorepreneurs have never been content to go with the flow or to take the easiest path. They are leaders, learners, explorers, creators and builders. Some are approaching the end of their careers & others are just finishing up one "gig" and looking for another. 

Today, they are ready for an encore performance. That's why we call them "encorepreneurs."  

We hope you will join us at an upcoming breakfast.

Gary LeClair  &  Stan Maupin
Founders of Encorepreneur


OUR NEXT BREAKFasTS

    • 21 Aug 2018
    • 7:30 AM - 8:45 AM
    • Insitute For Contemporary Art - 601 W. Broad Street- Richmond
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    "IMMIGRATION POLICY 
    WHO KNEW IT WOULD BE SO COMPLICATED?"

    Lakshmi Challa

    The Challa Law Group 


    Our August breakfast will focus on a very timely topic - immigration policy. Everyine seems to have an opinion on the subject, but only a few have more first-hand experience in the field than our August speaker.


    Lakshmi Challa will draw on her experience and expertise to give us perspective on some of the major issues in today's legal and political environment climate related to immigration.

    Lakshmi and the Challa Law Group specialize in employment-based immigration issues and have extensive experience in assisting businesses in navigating the system.


    OUR HOST

       Frommer’s travel guides said it best: “While you weren’t looking, Richmond got cool”, and the VCU Institute for Contemporary Art is one of the reasons.

    Located at Belvidere and Broad, the ICA opened this year to rave reviews. The ICA will anchor VCU’s #1 ranked art school, and will exhibit local and international art.

    The $41 million museum has already been named one of the most anticipated buildings of 2018 by Architectural Digest. The building was created with two fronts to symbolize being open to the city and to the university. The Broad Street entrance is a soaring atrium with lofty ceilings, transparent glass walls, curved edges and a sweeping grand staircase. The other entrance is the garden side. It has tables, a reflecting pool and landscaping, and opens to the university. VCU raised the funding for the building from private donors.

       

"We are learning where the gold lies. Our prospecting suggests that it lies in engaging with others, laughing, learning, listening, accepting, appreciating, loving."

Gary LeClair - Sept Issue of Fifty Plus



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