An Insurance Brokerage Website Can Help Clients Find the Best Auto Insurance Quotes

(PRWEB) December 11, 2014 has released a new blog post announcing that insurance brokerage websites can help customers find online auto insurance quotes.

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An insurance brokerage website selects plans from reliable agencies and displays all the offers on a single web page. In this way, customers have access to numerous options in a convenient and efficient way.

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Discovering Affordable Auto Insurance Policies – Easier With Car Insurance Quotes!

(PRWEB) December 11, 2014 has released a new blog post explaining how to discover affordable auto insurance plans by comparing online quotes.

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By comparing quotes, even drivers who have a limited financial budget can find affordable coverage. Carrying auto insurance is, in most states, compulsory. There are many options for those who need financial protection for their vehicles.

Comprehensive car insurance offers the best possible financial benefits, but it may be expensive. Collision along with liability coverage plus bodily injury protection make a strong combination. is an online provider of life, home, health, and auto insurance quotes. This website is unique because it does not simply stick to one kind of insurance provider, but brings the clients the best deals from many different online insurance carriers. In this way, clients have access to offers from multiple carriers all in one place: this website. On this site, customers have access to quotes for insurance plans from various agencies, such as local or nationwide agencies, brand names insurance companies, etc. is owned by Internet Marketing Company.

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Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce Presents Distinguished Citizen of the Year, Chair and Presidents Awards at 2014 Annual Meeting

Newport News, Va. (PRWEB) December 09, 2014

The Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce (VPCC) honored a lifelong philanthropist, a woman who believes in the future of young entrepreneurs and a team of innovative web developers at its Annual Meeting Monday, Dec. 8 at the Newport News Marriott in City Center.

The annual event also recognized the achievements of the VPCC, its volunteer leadership and the Peninsula business community.

The initiatives, programs, and events through which the Chamber has strengthened the environment for business on the Peninsula, have been as diverse as they have been numerous, said Kasia Grzelkowski, President/CEO of VersAbility Resources and the 2014 Chair of the Board of Directors for the VPCC. The Chamber is committed not only to enhancing the landscape of the communities where we work, live, and play today, but also to shaping what that landscape will look like tomorrow.

Kenneth M. Krakaur of Sentara was named the 2014 Distinguished Citizen. Kathy Johnson, the Executive Director of Alternatives, Inc./AmeriCorps/VISTA, earned the annual Chairs Award from Grzelkowski and Mike Kuhns, President and CEO of VPCC, presented the Presidents Award to four students from the Newport News ECPI Extern Team Eleanor Humphrey, Kristopher Todd, Marques Mitchell and Rachel Lewis.

Krakaur was heralded as a lifelong philanthropist and business leader. He joined Sentara Healthcare in 1998 through the merger of Tidewater Health Care, Inc., where he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, and later President of Sentara on the Virginia Peninsula from 1999 to 2011. Today Krakaur serves as the President of Sentaras Third Core Division and also maintains responsibility for risk finance.

He has lived, and continues to live, a life of service, where he serves on the Board of Directors of the Virginia Peninsula Food Bank and remains involved in the Hampton Arts Foundation, Patient First Corporation, Bay Primex, Insurance Company, LTD, and NUScriptRX. He served on the Board of Directors for Young Audiences of Virginia, Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation and Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of Greater Peninsula NOW and will join the Board of VersAbility Resources in 2015.

Theres nothing like being involved in an organization where the mission of that company tugs at your heart and the people are super dedicated, Krakaur said during the events keynote address. If youre not involved, get involved and if you are involved, stay involved. When all is said and done, how we are going to be judged and how our community is going to be judged, is not how we treat each other, but its how we treat those people who are less fortunate.

Krakaur encouraged employers and VPCC members to also give their employees the opportunity, time and financial support to give back to their communities.

Johnson earned the Chairs Award for her extraordinary leadership and demonstration of the value of collaborative leadership, specifically in 2014 between the VPCC and Alternatives, Inc.

Alternatives, Inc. is a nationally recognized youth development nonprofit designed to support young people as they grow into creative, compassionate and responsible adults.

Collaboration takes many forms, and this is an example of the leadership of a nonprofit supporting local businesses, Grezelkowski said. Kathy is honored with the Chairs Award for her leadership, creativity and ability to deliver service. She is a role model for others pursuing collaborative adventures, and she exemplifies the Chambers mantra in seeking uncommon solutions for common challenges.

The ECPI students who collectively earned this years Presidents Award from Kuhns spent upwards of 1,000 hours building a new VPCC web site. They developed specialized coding for the Chambers needs and created instructional videos and guides for the nontechnical VPCC staff to maintain the new site once launched in January 2015.

I learned more from the externs of ECPI than they could have ever learned from me, Kuhns said. I witnessed a group of emerging web designers who came together to successfully complete a project.

During the Annual Meeting, nominees for the VPCCs 2015 Board of Directors were also elected, including Dan Chenoweth of PBMares, Debra Flores of Sentara, Rick Gallaer of Pomoco Group, Jay Joseph of Harvey Lindsay, Darlene Stephenson of Bon Secours, and Jim Wetzel of the Virginia Peninsula Association of Realtors.

Chenoweth was also elected Treasurer and Rob Shuford, Jr. of Old Point National Bank received the gavel from Grezelkowski and will serve the next two years as the VPCCs Chair of the Board of Directors.

Retiring VPCC Board Members were also thanked, including Laura Barnes of Verizon, Paul Darden of Darden Publishing, Patricia Gilmore of Bank of America U.S. Trust, Patricia Robertson of Bon Secours and Dr. Rodney Smith of Hampton University.

In 2015, VPCC leadership said the community should look forward to continued efforts to build leadership and entrepreneurial programs across the Peninsula, further developing youth leadership opportunities and striving to foster an environment that connects business with opportunity.

We will continue to find, Kuhns said, uncommon solutions to common challenges.


The Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce (VPCC) serves the Cities of Newport News, Hampton and Poquoson; and James City County and York County.

VPCC is a business association that “Connects Business with Opportunity” through Facilitation, Advocacy, Communication and Education.

In addition to helping lead the business community on public policy impacting the Virginia Peninsula workforce, the VPCC hosts a series of programs, including the annual State of the City events for Newport News, Hampton and Poquoson; the Peninsula Executive Leadership Forum; Military Day, Job Fair and Recognition Luncheon; Young Entrepreneurs Academy; Pink Bag Lunches; and Business Connections, in addition to numerous business roundtables.

The VPCC is located at 21 Enterprise Parkway, Suite 100 in Hampton. For more information, call 757.262.2000 or email info(at)vpcc(dot)org.

Connect to the VPCC online at and via LinkedIn, Facebook and Google+.

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Access To Care: WWAV & LSU Health Sciences

The human papilloma virus (HPV) is the leading cause of cervical cancer; in the United States alone, the incidence of an HPV infection in women between the ages of 18-22 is 50%. These statistics by themselves are enough to cause alarm. Now consider the factors involved in a women going to an OB/GYN clinic to be screened for the virus; consider the need to take off work, how she will commute to tImagehe clinic, the amount of waiting involved once she’s finally there, and what about child care? For these reasons, Women With A Vision has paired with LSU Health Sciences in a study focusing on the usability of a home-test kit for HPV.

Outreach worker Zina Mitchell has lead the group in recruiting community participation as well as teaching current WWAV interns the most effective way of reaching individuals. The neighborhoods specified by the study are Treme, Holly Grove, and Central City. Beginning outreach during the first week in October, we have distributed over 120 flyers to individuals in grocery stores, restaurants, gas stations, and to those walking down sidewalks. General reactions have been inquisitive and friendly, asking more about what we’re doing and who we are. Conversations have allowed us to explain further the reason women need to be screened for HPV, regardless if they choose to do so through this study opportunity.

Recruiting participants has proved to be an interesting endeavor; learning how best to explain the risks involved in contracting HPV as well as why learning one’s own status could lead to preventing cervical cancer. The procedure of the study randomly assigns individuals to either a clinic visit or to use a home-testing kit. Among other forms required by the Institutional Review Board (IRB), we then present the individual with a questionnaire to verify eligibility (only those between the ages of 21-64 qualify) and a pre-test that will later be compared to the post-test. For those who are assigned to the clinic, WWAV provides either bus or street car tokens or a gas card—depending on the need of the client—and then we schedule an appointment.

For those assigned to the home-testing kit, the process is a bit more involved. We have pre-made kits for the women, including instructions on how to do the test. She then inserts the provided tampon for 2 hours, removes it and places it in the given tube and plastic bag, then places the pre-paid box in the mail, destination LSU Health Sciences.

Although we are in the beginning stages of this project, we anticipate a positive response from the communities participating. The mentality behind this study, the convenience and accessibility of testing for HPV at home, explains our involvement and support of the project. The clients that we work and interact with could only benefit from an easy method allowing them to determine their own HPV status when considering the many obstacles involved in preventing them from accessing services at an OB/GYN clinic; money, child care, and transportation being just a few of the deterrents.

Limited access to care especially in the realm of health services is a known reality for the individuals and families we serve. The idea of being able to assess one’s own health status at home opens a world of possibilities and allows for the individual to reclaim his or her own power; the power of autonomy. Removing stigma as it relates to health care opens the door to myriad opportunities for individuals to protect their own bodies from disease and to manage a life-style that will lead them to a long and happy life. At-home testing for HPV will do just that.

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Crimes Against Nature by Solicitation Conviction? You may no longer have to register as a sex offender




Do you or someone you know have a Crimes Against Nature by solicitation conviction? The law has changed and you may no longer be required to register as a sex offender.

WWAV and Orleans Public Defenders are hosting 3 upcoming information sessions on how individuals can file a Motion in court to get off of the sex offender registry permanently.


  • Monday, Oct 8: 11am, 7th Ward Neighborhood Center, 1910 Urquhart Street
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  • Thursday, Oct 25: 11am, 2601 Tulane Ave, 6th Floor, OPD Conference Room


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WWAV presents our new Micro-Enterprise program!

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The Personal is Political

It’s been a little over a year since I became involved in Women With A Vision. And as anyone who has ever worked with us knows, that means I’ve been tasked with anything and everything. I’ve created outreach materials, helped clients complete Medicaid applications, provided clean syringes to injection drug users. But of all activities I’ve taken part in during my time at Women With A Vision, our story circles stand out.

Twice a month WWAV hosts story circles—a community-based storytelling session. Our staff, interns and participants gather around in a circle to tell stories, share our lived experiences, and find a collective voice. WWAV’s participants are overwhelmingly low-income women and transgender women of color, a number of whom are involved in the street-based economies. Story circles thus achieve the important task of centering the voices of people who are too often made invisible in our society. They not only engender a sense of community and awareness, but they also promote healing and collective action.

Timid and a little quirky, afraid that I wouldn’t gain the acceptance of our participants, I did very little talking in the first few story circles. I had come to WWAV as a student intern from University of New Orleans. And while my coursework in the sociology of gender had impassioned me, serving as the impetus for my politicization as a young Latina woman living in the South, there was also a gap between what I had been taught in the classroom and what I was now learning in our story circles. My courses at school had given me a theoretical understanding of the ways in which systems of race, gender, class, and sexuality intersect to create social inequality. But story circles lent a face and a voice to the people who live under the pressure of those inequalities. I admire our participants’ resilience, and I admire the generosity with which they shared their lives with me.

Eventually, my timidity washed away, allowing me reciprocate the same generosity our participants had shown me in sharing their stories. As I developed relationships with our participants, they came to call me ‘White Chocolate.’ Not only is this a delicious nickname, but I felt it validated my place in WWAV. That nickname is a reminder of my personal trajectory at WWAV—from a reserved to a more confident person with a deep social justice commitment.

Perhaps that’s why I so vividly remember my incredulous reaction when I got Deon’s message that “our office was torched.” Torched? As a non-native English speaker, I had initially thought: perhaps there is another definition of the word “torched” that eludes me. Because “torched” certainly couldn’t mean that our office had been set on fire. My denial was quickly punctured as our photos and videos began to circulate on the web.

In the month since fire, all of us have experienced many ups and downs. WWAV has not only been a safe haven, but it has also been a place of growth for all us. The violence of this attack is an ever-present reminder that the personal is indeed political. As we continue our rebuilding process, this awareness is what keeps all of us going. Someone tried to stamp us out by destroying the materials we use to do our work, but our work—our vision—goes so much deeper than that. It is inside all of us who are part of the WWAV family. That’s something that can’t be burned down.

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