LYNCHBURG, Virginia -- Wednesday, July 22 at 8 a.m., the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance will be
hosting a virtual “Business at Breakfast” with our region’s superintendents to discuss getting students
back to school this fall. The conversation will cover what restrictions and guidelines parents and
students can expect, and how to keep the next generation learning and growing in a safe environment.
“Business at Breakfast” will host the following guest panelists:
- Dr. Robert Arnold, Superintendent, Amherst County Schools
- Dr. Annette A. Bennett, Division Superintendent, Appomattox County Public Schools
- Dr. Crystal Edwards, Superintendent, Lynchburg City Schools
- Dr. Robert Johnson, II, Superintendent of Schools, Campbell County Public Schools
- Dr. Doug Schuch, Superintendent, Bedford County Public Schools
The purpose of hosting this Business at Breakfast is to give members of the community the opportunity
to hear from regional superintendents about what policies and procedures will be implemented to keep
students safe as they go back to school this fall.
This meeting will take place via Zoom and offer a time for questions & answers with the panelists. In order to attend, you can RSVP by July 21 by calling (434) 845-5966, emailing email@example.com, or registering online.
To register online or learn more about the Alliance’s upcoming “Business at Breakfast”, please visit:
The Alliance continues to update its online coronavirus hub with the latest news for the Lynchburg
region. We hope this resource will provide employers and employees with assistance during these
Find out more at: https://www.lynchburgregion.org/coronavirus-hub/
ABOUT THE LYNCHBURG REGIONAL BUSINESS ALLIANCE
The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance is the region’s largest business association, and our
government relations programming reflects the interests of our members. For nearly 750 businesses,
professionals and organizations in the Lynchburg region, our mission is to lead regional economic
development through: Generating Jobs & Investment; Promoting the Region’s Brand and Image
Globally; Cultivating Talent; and Enhancing the Business Climate.
For more information and to learn more about the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance, please visit: