Valley Mall opened in 1974 with 3 department stores and 80+ small shops. It was renovated in 1995 and expanded in 1999 when another department store was added along with a 7 bay food court, 20 additional small shops and a 16 screen stadium-style movie theatre.
Residential & Commercial Solar Panel Installation – Energy Efficiency Upgrades – Renewable Energy Financing
We are a full scale IT Cloud Solution and Support which include IT Support, Projects, Training & Business IT Consulting.
Virtual Essential Management, LLC (VEM) provides Microsoft 365 IT Cloud Services such as consulting and deployment, with Certified Microsoft Technicians. We partner with our clients to develop engaging business strategies to streamline processes, design high quality and scalable solutions for all of your Microsoft 365 cloud services needs.
The Virtual Soccer Outlet in Martinsburg brings our community true outlet prices of 50-90% off of Retail pricing on soccer, fitness, running footwear and equipment.
VNW Consulting, LLC, owned by Veronique N. Walker, Ed.D., is purposed to provide individuals and organizations with strategies and techniques designed to strengthen personal (intra- and inter-) and organizational practices. The types of services provided include:
WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP
Concentrates on cultivating professional growth through building leadership competencies and support networks.
DIVERSITY, EQUITY, & MULTICULTURALISM
Assists with policy review and development, and provides resources to promote equitable practices surrounding diversity, multiculturalism, and 21st century global competency.
Facilitates introspective dialogue regarding the values and behaviors of individuals and organizations as pertaining to differences. Guides participants through an evaluative process to (1) identify and maximize areas of strengths and potential growth, and (2) reduce gaps in academics, access, opportunity, and services, which will lead to more effective practices – individually and organizationally.
The Hagerstown-Washington County is a member-focused and member-led organization. Our mission is to to foster and maintain a thriving business climate in which our members and community can grow and prosper.
Brenda Waugh cares most about one thing when she is working with her clients: the client! She brings her passion for justice and her compassion to improve the client’s wellbeing to every case she works on, whether it involves negotiating with an insurance company, mediating a conflict between co-workers or helping a family develop a future in a collaborative divorce. Brenda cares about you!
Brenda brings over thirty years of experience to this work. While she has ample experience in the courtroom as a litigator, she has also received additional education and training in mediation and negotiation to broaden the skills she can bring to help clients solve their legal problems. She provides these options and works with clients to chart the best course for the client.
Brenda has litigated, negotiated or mediated thousands of cases during her lengthy career. As a young lawyer, she worked with Legal Services as an advocate for victims of family violence and for consumers. Later, she litigated hundreds of cases, prosecuting offenders in cases involving child abuse and neglect in both Kanawha and Berkeley Counties and winning several cases before the state Supreme Court.
After starting her private practice, Brenda determined that she needed to broaden her skills to provide clients with more options and earned a master’s degree from Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peace 2009. She has since mediated hundreds of cases, including those involving families, workplace disputes, small business, estate and probate disputes, and civil cases. In 2011, she added collaborative practices to the options that she offers when she completed training and became a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
Brenda has experience as counsel for the West Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee and as a clerk with the West Virginia Supreme Court. She has published articles in law journals including those published by Yale University and the Journal of Legal Education. She has conducted dozens of seminars throughout the United States and Canada, often on alternative ways to approach legal problems, restorative lawyering, and lawyer wellness. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia and West Virginia University School of Law.
Brenda is married with three children, one grandchild, and a terrific dog, London. She lives in the Shenandoah Valley where she never tires of hiking and enjoying the outdoors. She is active and has completed three marathons, a metric century bicycle event, and six triathlons.