Angelia Williams Graves
Angelia Williams Graves, Superward 7
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Superward 7 Virtual Lunch and Learn Series
On Thursday, May 28 from noon to 12:30pm Councilwoman Angelia Williams Graves will host the second in a series of Lunch and Learn sessions. Ms. Graves will interview Norfolk City Treasurer Daun Hester and Commissioner of Revenue Evans Poston regarding property taxes and payment deadlines.
Members of the public can send questions or concerns in advance of the event by emailing email@example.com no later than Tuesday, May 26 at 6:00 p.m. Questions can also be submitted as part of registration to the event.
Registration is required to participate in the event. By registering, participants will be able to pre-submit questions to the event, as well as to sign up to receive information about future events.
There are three ways for the public to participate:
1. Direct link to register: https://convoice.webex.com/convoice/onstage/g.php?MTID=e80f99e34260ef1d40b31c529d804bf22
Event Number: 474 249 761
Event Password: superward7#
2. Through WebEx phone:
Access Code: 474 249 761
3. The Virtual Town Hall will be re-broadcast on the City of Norfolk’s YouTube channel Norfolk TV YouTube.
Angelia Williams Graves was elected to City Council on November 2, 2010 to represent the citizens of Superward 7 (PDF).
Ms. Graves is a Realtor and Associate Broker with Rose and Womble Realty Company. She is a member in good standing with the National Realtors Association, Virginia Association of Realtors, Hampton Roads Realtors Association and the Real Estate Information Network. Ms. Graves is also a certified VHDA Home Ownership Education Trainer.
Ms. Graves serves as co-chair of the Mayor’s Advisory Committee/St. Paul’s Area. She also serves on the Lambert’s Point/Park Place, Fairmount Park, Greater Norview, Southside and the Greater Wards Corner Task Forces. She is a member of the Poplar Halls Civic League and the Norfolk City Democratic Committee.
Ms. Graves serves as one of the City of Norfolk’s representatives on the National League of Cities (NLC), and on the Board of Directors of the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (NBC-LEO). Ms. Graves was recently elected as Second Vice President of NBC-LEO after serving one year as an At-Large member of the Board of Directors. She is also a member of the Racial Equity And Leadership (REAL) Committee of NLC.
Ms. Graves was born and raised in Norfolk, attended St. Mary’s Academy and is a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School.
She holds an A.S. in Business Administration from Tidewater Community College and a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Old Dominion University. Ms. Graves graduated from the University of Virginia’s Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership and the Alpha School of Real Estate.
Ms. Graves is the youngest daughter of the late Bishop and Mrs. I. Joseph Williams, and is married to Thomas E. Graves and has two stepsons. She is a member of Grove Baptist Church.