Libby Edwards-Allbaugh Will Receive 2020 Q Award
The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce will present the Chamber 2020 Q Businesswoman Award to Libby Edwards-Allbaugh of The Tax Ladies, Inc. The presentation will be made during the 13th Annual Chamber Quadruplicity Conference, March 13th at UVA Darden School of Business.
The Chamber Q Award honors the accomplishments and contributions of women in the Chamber, honoring the recipient as a leading Chamber and area businesswoman. The Chamber Q Award was designed to recognize the unique strengths, capabilities, and contributions of women in our local business community.
Edwards-Allbaugh is the founder, owner and partner of The Tax Ladies, Inc., a successful minority and woman-owned tax service business. The success of her business is built upon providing accurate, personal service with integrity.
An active community member, Edwards-Allbaugh is a board member with Charlottesville Area Community Foundation, Center for Nonprofit Excellence, Girl Scouts of Virginia Skyline Council, and the National Coalition of 100 Black Women of the Charlottesville Metropolitan Area, to name a few. She is also actively involved with the Chamber’s Business Women’s Round Table and Minority Business Alliance.
Edwards-Allbaugh was selected as the 2020 Q Businesswoman Award recipient because of her demonstrated success, leadership, community service, Chamber service and mentorship for women. Through her leadership, she has built partnerships between The Tax Ladies, local organizations and the community.
“Libby is the consummate business woman and successful by anyone’s standards. However, she is also a born leader with a huge heart for service,” said Khalilah Jones, who nominated Edwards-Allbaugh for the award. “She is not simply out for own success. As Libby achieves goals, she reaches back and pulls up the women behind her.”
“Libby has done exceptional work in the business community and even more so in the marginalized communities of Charlottesville through her mentorship, board service, program development and community service,” Jones said. “Her contributions over the years have been substantial.”
Quadruplicity is the premier women’s conference of Central Virginia, founded and hosted by the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce Business Women’s Round Table.
Quadruplicity programming addresses four core pillars: Career, Life, Money and Health. The full-day conference begins with this year’s opening presenter, Sasha Farmer Tripp of Story House Real Estate. Closing words will be offered by Kelli Palmer of CFA Institute. Quadruplicity also offers attendees the opportunity to attend breakout sessions as well as participate in networking throughout the conference. Edwards-Allbaugh will present one of the breakout sessions, entitled “Financial Fitness: A 2020 Vision for Prosperous Living.”
More information and registration for Quadruplicity can be found at www.Quadruplicity.com.
Major sponsors for this event are Sonabank POWER, Towe Insurance Service, Inc., Wilkinson Wealth Management, and UVA Health. The Chamber Quadruplicity Conference is attended annually by more than 250 business and civic leaders.
The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to representing private enterprise, promoting business and enhancing the quality of life in the Greater Charlottesville communities.
Chamber programs are supported by our Partners in Trust: University of Virginia, UVA Health, Atlantic Union Bank, MPS, The Daily Progress, United Bank, UVA Community Credit Union, Wells Fargo, Great Eastern Management Company, Hourigan, R. E. Lee Companies, Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital, State Farm, Tom Tom Festival, Bridge Business Transformations, Four Corners Real Estate Solutions, Marjorie Adam Team, Roy Wheeler Realty Co., and Story House Real Estate.