*Reservation is required for both the in-person and online event.
About our Panelists
Tiffany L. Campbell
Financial Counselor, Credit Repair Specialist
Founder/Executive Director, Comprehensive Community Services, Inc.
Tiffany has a degree in Finance. Her background is in banking, secondary business education, and financial services. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Comprehensive Community Solutions, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that strives to shelter, educate and empower the nation by way of its community and economic development efforts. CCS offers an array of programs, services, books and products that meets each client right where they are and serves the community in the way that God intended. In addition to serving her community, Ms. Campbell is a loving mother to her 6-year-old son and is also very active in the dealings of her church.
Realtor, Century 21 New Millennium
Troy graduated from Culpeper County High School. He graduated from Lord Fairfax Community College with an associate degree in Business Administration and later graduated from Old Dominion University with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration. Troy loves spending time with his wife and three kids. He’s an avid follower of the stock market and real estate market. Mr. Price loves real estate and started buying properties 12 years ago. Troy also has a passion for helping and educating people in his community.
Kevin A. Lee
President & Chief Credit Officer, Oakview National Bank
Kevin began his banking career in 1992 as a management trainee and progressed quickly up through the ranks within the lending area of banking. For 6 years he held the position of Commercial Loan Officer and for 8 years he served as an Executive Officer. He is a seasoned bank executive with considerable expertise in the lending area; has been instrumental in maintaining a strong credit culture while achieving robust growth in loan portfolios. Mr. Lee is a graduate of Bridgewater College with a BS degree in Business Administration. He has attended numerous banking schools throughout his career. Mr. Lee and his family are lifelong residents of Fauquier County.
Bridging the Gap
A Faith Community Poverty Simulation
Many people understand the basics of poverty. We sympathize with how difficult it can be to make ends meet when we don't have enough resources coming in. However, unless we live it, we aren't truly equipped to empathize. Through this poverty simulation, you will have the opportunity to experience what others go through all the time. We hope that through the experience alongside other faith communities, you will be inspired to take action.
The event will take place at Warrenton United Methodist Church on Sunday, October 16th from 2 pm until 5 pm. Along with the simulation, we will also have a conversation with local advocates for those living through poverty.
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BLM Vigil for Action
Every Saturday 10:00AM - 10:45AM
COURTHOUSE SQUARE, WARRENTON VA, 20186
Black Lives Matter: Vigil for Action is held every Saturday, 10-10:45 am at Courthouse Square, Old Town Warrenton. Wearing a mask and keeping physical distance, come stand in solidarity with your neighbors and advocate for understanding and political action to end systemic racism. Homemade signs are encouraged.
The Vigil is sponsored by NAACP Fauquier County Branch 7059; League of Women Voters-Prince William/Fauquier County; Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy-Piedmont Chapter (VICPP); Afro-American Historical Association of Fauquier County (AAHA); Piedmont Race Amity Project; and Coming to the Table-Northern Shenandoah Valley. For more information, call 540.272.0483.
Concerned citizens convene to stand united for equality and justice for all, particularly our Black community. Vigil sponsors: Fauquier NAACP; LWV-Prince William/Fauquier; VICPP-Piedmont Chapter; AAHA, Fauquier County; Piedmont Race Amity Project; and Coming to the Table-Northern Shenandoah Valley.