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Our Second Chapter

Richmond, VA
Chapter

Visit and volunteer with the Minority Vets community in Richmond, VA

Intersectional marches and teach-ins major initiatives for our Richmond Chapter. We’ve collaborated with Richmond LGBTQ Chamber, Nationz Foundation, Diversity Richmond, Black Pride RVA, VA Pride, and Southerners on New Ground (SONG). Our Richmond Chapter firmly believes in education as a foundational tool to address the greatest needs in the community.

Meet Richmond's Chapter Leader

From the surrounding area of Houston Texas, Richmond Chapter Leader Stephanie Merlo moved to Virginia in 2000 and later joined the Army.Stephanie served under the now-defunct “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy and has since dedicated herself to bringing awareness, activism, and support for the LGBTQ community.

She currently works for a start-up company that focuses on education and career readiness and is the President of Virginia Pride.

"Make some noise. Make yourself heard."

STEPHANIE MERLO

Transforming the narrative of the American veteran.

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If you have remaining questions specifically regarding our Richmond Program, please reach out to our team at richmond@minorityvets.org

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