James Hatcher, the newly hired Executive Director of the American Red Cross of Capital Virginia Chapter and the Regional Executive for the American Red Cross of Virginia Region is a native of Richmond and a graduate of the College of William and Mary's Executive MBA program. As past president of Pleasant's Hardware, he grew the business from a two-location store to an organization with over 150 employees, four different business units and nine separate locations. Additionally, James served as Board Chair for the Retail Merchants Association and is currently serving as Treasurer for the Prevent Child Abuse VA organization and Board Chair for the 100 Club.
Virginia is vulnerable to both natural disasters such as hurricanes and tornados, but also to disasters such as chemical spills and house fires. The efforts of the American Red Cross to provide information and create awareness of disaster prevention and preparedness are essential to reducing the devastating impact of disaster on individuals, families and our communities. The Red Cross places special emphasis on vulnerable populations, such as the elderly, the disabled, low income households, and households with limited English proficiency.
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