Tricia D. Hudson serves as the President and Owner of Strategic Solutions by Tricia, LLC. She provides fundraising counsel to a variety of non-profit clients. Tricia assists her clients in developing fundraising capacity, strategic plans, assessing campaign readiness, board development and marketing campaigns.
She has been a Development Professional since 1996 and has served the nonprofit sector and higher education during that time. During her career, she has raised over $45 million dollars in support of various organizations and served on a number of boards in the Hampton Roads community.
Tricia is a Past President of the Hampton Roads Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and has served as the National Philanthropy Day Event Chairman. She is currently a Founding Member of the Old Dominion University Women’s Initiative Network, a member of the George Mason University Alumni Association and Town Point Club. During Tricia’s fundraising career she has been affiliated with Old Dominion University, Tidewater Community College, Virginia Wesleyan College, the American Heart Association and the American Red Cross.
Tricia received her B.A. in Government & Politics from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
However, she is most proud of the relationships she has formed over the years in order to make her community a better place to live and work.
Office and Programs Coordinator
Tricia D. Hudson -
Interim Executive Director
Amanda Bradley - Communications, Marketing, and Gallery Manager
Jules recently moved to the area from her hometown, Scottsville, VA after graduating Cum Laude in May 2018 from Sweet Briar College, a women’s college in Amherst, VA. There she earned a BA in Business and Studio Art. Jules has a background in event planning, and accounting and enjoyed heading several committees for community service and planning campus wide events for different organizations while at school. Additionally, Julesis an artist whose preferred medium is oil painting and charcoal. Her work won her several awards during her tenure at Sweet Briar, and was featured in her self-curated Senior Exhibit: When I Want To Make A Statement, I’ll Let You Know. Jules’ work focuses mainly on realism and surrealism including single-object and fabric still-lifes, and wildlife.
Amanda is a Norfolk native, and her background consists of management, art, freelancing, communications, and working with non-profits. Amanda is a photographer and graphic designer. She earned her BFA in Photography and Print Media in 2013 at Old Dominion University. Her photography focuses mostly on photo manipulation work, and has appeared in the PFAC Genesis show, the Amalgamation art exhibit, and several student art shows at ODU. After obtaining her BFA, Amanda started her own freelance graphic design and photography business, Bradley Depictions. Her design work has appeared in many local advertisements, events, and business logos, as well as commercials. Amanda is also the communication manager for an annual non-profit camping retreat festival.