Newsletter

May 5, 2021
Newsletter Vol 1 No 5

Celebrating Asian, Pacific Islander, & Desi (APIDA) Month May is Asian, Pacific Islander and Desi (APIDA) Heritage Month.This month, we celebrate the history, lives, experiences, and joy of our AAPI […]

May 4, 2021
Spotlight on Ita Meno

Name: Ita Meno Current Town: Burlington Years in VT: 18 Industry: Health & Housing Inspector Business name: City of Burlington Business website: www.burlington.gov Tell us a bit about your background […]

April 5, 2021
Newsletter Vol 1 No 4

Celebrating Earth Day We’ve shared the announcement on our social media accounts, but in case you missed it – VTPoC is now officially a Vermont 501(c)(3) Non-Profit! And, we’re doing […]

Spotlight on Natanya Vanderlaan & Jake McBride

  Name: Natanya Vanderlaan Current Town: Burlington, VT – Land of the Abenaki Years in VT: 5 Industry: Non-Profit/Wellness Business name: WholeHeart Inc. Business Website: https://wholeheartinc.org/ , https://www.vtreleafcollective.org/   Tell […]

March 9, 2021
Newsletter Vol 1 No 3

Launch Date: March 8, 2021 Women’s History Month This month, we are celebrating BIPOC women in our community. BIPOC women are key change-makers across Vermont, whether as small-business owners, executive […]

March 7, 2021
Spotlight on Bor Yang

Name: Bor Yang Current Town: Pittsfield, VT & Montpelier, VT Years in VT: 5 years Industry: Government Business name: Human Rights Commission Business email: bor.yang@vermont.gov Business website: hrc.vermont.gov Tell us […]

February 3, 2021
Newsletter Vol 1 No 2

Launch Date: Feb 2, 2021 Self Love and Black History The month of February recognizes Black history and love. So how do the two blend together? As BIPOC professionals whether […]

February 2, 2021
Spotlight on Maricela Ehmann

Name: Maricela Ehmann Current Town: Killington, VT Years in VT: 3.5 Industry: Weddings & Events Business name: Ehmann Events Business website: www.ehmannevents.com Tell us a bit about your background before […]

January 11, 2021
Newsletter Vol 1 No 1

New Year, New Gains!

The VT Professionals of Color is excited to share that the organization received grants from The Northfield Savings Bank Foundation and Vermont Community Foundation.