Stowe named to SOL Innovation Committee
Also, an NCI official has been named to a committee on the state Standards of Learning (SOL).
Richard Hall of Martinsville, managing director of Orion Capital, and Naomi Hodge-Muse of Martinsville, president of the Martinsville-Henry County NAACP, were name to the board of the New College Institute, Northam announced recently.
Also, the Northam Administration recently announced the addition of 10 new members to Virginia’s Standards of Learning (SOL) Innovation Committee, including Melany Stowe of Martinsville.
NCI, in Martinsville, is a state-funded educational entity that provides access to higher education through partnerships with colleges and universities. It offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees as well as other academic programs.
In addition, Melany Stowe of Martinsville has been named to the SOL Innovation Committee.
Hall, a life-long resident of Martinsville, has a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech. Before joining Orion Capital, he was a consultant to the transition team when Eastman Chemical bought Commonwealth Laminating and Coating. Hall was co-founder/chairman of the…