- ANTIONETTE V. IRVING
- From Creighton Court to the Basketball Court and now servicing the courts of justice. Antionette V. Irving a quiet but proven leader with a big vision that whether it is by an attempt to balance the scales of the criminal justice system or paving the development of youth on the hardwood of the basketball courts the future of our youth are our responsibility. Playing the Game of Life with a WIN – WIN attitude and philosophy are the key. Committed to maximizing the potential of young people from the neighborhood. In order to cultivate young minds one must reach back into the community to inspire growth and development. Joining the knowledge of our seniors and the energy of our youth to inspire a positive environment and a loving community. Determined to give back to the communities that mapped out the path of achievement both on and off the court, at work and in life. A strong believer in strengthening the community while realizing that the actions of us all affect the lives of those throughout the community as well as the growth and development of our youth.
- A child of domestic violence and substance abuse, a 1983 graduate of Armstrong Kennedy High, holding a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice in 1987 from Shaw University and earning a Masters Degree in Administration from Central Michigan University 1993, inducted into the Shaw University Hall of Fame 2000 as a Hoops star, the 2002 YWCA Women of the Year in Government & Politics, then making history in 2004 in the County of Henrico becoming the highest ranking female in its Law Enforcement history after working through the ranks (1st Female Major - Sheriff’s Office or Police Department) and ready to set the pace for the next generation.
St. Paul’s Baptist Church, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Shaw University Alumni Association, NAACP, National Association for Female Executives, Mid-Atlantic Association of Women in Law Enforcement , National Association of Sports Officials, Central Virginia Board of Officials, Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Basketball Official, Virginia High School League Basketball Official, NCAA Basketball Official, Fraternal Order of Police, American Jail Association, American Corrections Association, Virginia. Sheriff’s Association.