Walking in their shoes
Scott Miller profile
Volunteers leave a lasting impression
Students get ‘reality check’
All you need is love, Part III
Story from the past
o matter what your background, food is often synonymous with family. In this fast-paced world, where we are constantly connected to electronic devices, racing from work to errands before finally crashing at night, there is something very nostalgic about sitting down around a table for a home-cooked meal.
In honor of Diversity Month, Cora Argotti gets in touch with her Italian roots and Daisy Pridgen walks in her Filipino family’s shoes.
On April 1, Scott Miller took over the helm of Dominion Transmission. This month, find out what he thinks it takes to get ahead at Dominion.
We love sharing the photos of friends and family you submitted in “I YOU!” See the final batch in the “All you need is love” slideshow.
The Benjamin J. Lambert III Volunteer of the Year awards honor outstanding employees and retirees who spend their time giving back to the community. In this issue, flip through the 2015 booklet and read up on each honoree to find out what they’ve been up to in their communities.
Coming to the table