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Teri Lovelace, Esq. is new Corporate Development Manager


We are pleased to announce the appointment of Teri Lovelace, Esq. as Corporate Development Manager at Virginia Community Capital (VCC). In this role, Ms. Lovelace will be responsible for developing and overseeing all grant and foundation relationships.

“VCC has long believed in the power of partnerships to expand our impact across the Commonwealth,” VCC President and CEO Jane Henderson offered. “Teri joins our team with outstanding experience and impressive credentials. We look forward to increasing our ability to assist Virginia’s communities.”

Ms. Lovelace brings extensive experience with donor relationships, finance development, and program management from her previous role as Vice President of Philanthropic Services for The Community Foundation in Richmond. She has also served as a development director for several nonprofits and as Member Services Director for the International Chamber of Commerce.

Ms. Lovelace holds her JD from the University of Richmond and has also completed an MBA at Virginia Commonwealth University. She is a member of the Virginia State Bar and Richmond’s Estate Planning Council. She also serves on several boards including the Alumni Association Board of the University of Virginia, the Kiwanis Club of Richmond, Drive to Work, and the Chrysalis Institute. She is the immediate past president of the Virginia Gift Planning Council. Ms. Lovelace will work out of the VCC Richmond office.



About Virginia Community Capital:
With offices in Christiansburg, Richmond, and Springfield, Virginia Community Capital (VCC) is dedicated to the prospect of building wealth for all through our lending, deposits, and advisory services. As a community development financial institution (CDFI), our mission is to offer innovative, flexible financial products designed to support housing and community development ventures, increase jobs, and encourage sustainable communities. In partnership with our for-profit bank, Community Capital Bank of Virginia (CCB), the non-profit VCC offers loan capital broader and more flexible than bank lending in low-to-moderate income communities in underserved geographies and markets. Learn more at  vacommunitycapital.org.