Bravo!Awards seeks nominees for 2013Posted January 22, 2013 at 4:47 PM, Filed Under: Front Page, Schools, Village Mill
The Chesterfield Public Education Foundation is seeking graduates of Chesterfield County Public Schools who are making a difference. Bravo!Award nomination forms are available at high schools and online at www.cpefound.org.
Nominations are due to the foundation by 5 p.m., February 15.
Former Gleneagles resident and Clover Hill High School graduate Kellee Santiago was honored with a Bravo!Award in 2011 for her innovative work as an acclaimed designer and producer in the video game industry. She was recognized as one of “The Ten Most Influential Women in Games of the Decade.”