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VPM’s Terri Allard commended in House Resolution from Virginia House of Delegates

On March 7, Terri Allard, VPM Charlottesville’s education & engagement manager and producer/editor for CHARLOTTESVILLE INSIDE OUT (CVIO), was recognized by the Virginia House of Delegates in House Resolution No. 434, which notes several of her accomplishments during her time with VPM and as an award-winning musician.

“Terri is a beloved member of the Charlottesville community and valued colleague on the VPM team, so it’s exciting to see her contributions acknowledged and celebrated,” said Jayme Swain, President & CEO of VPM and the Virginia Foundation for Public Media. “She is dedicated to making a positive difference, and we are lucky to work alongside her each day.”

Since 2007, Allard has introduced audiences to the unique community members and places of the Piedmont region as the host of CVIO. The show ran for 13 seasons on television before switching to an online format that sees the program distributed across VPM’s digital platforms.

In addition to her role as the host of CVIO, Allard is also a decorated singer-songwriter known for her blend of country-folk music, which she has performed both locally around Charlottesville and nationally across the U.S.

Allard’s music often sheds light on and explores universal themes of love and loss with a rare combination of grace and soul. Having produced five albums since the early 1990s, Allard’s talent has earned her a Washington Area Music Award for Best Female Country Vocalist.

Visit the CVIO web page to keep up with Terri’s latest videos and articles.

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