Teresa Jackson Walker-Price

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Teresa Jackson Walker-Price is the recipient in 2014 of the Reflector Award for service to the Jefferson School City Center and the community.

Background and Service

Teresa Jackson-Price is a native of Charlottesville and became Charlottesville's first African American librarian in a public school. In 2000, she was a force behind saving the Jefferson School. She is currently a member of the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center Advisory Committee.[1]

Price was inducted into the Burley Varsity Club in 2017. [2]


References

  1. E-mail. staffjsaachc@gmail.com, Jefferson School African American Heritage Center. "Teresa Jackson Walker-Price named recipient of 1st Jefferson School Reflector Award." Message to admin@jeffschoolheritagecenter.org. 11 December 2013.
  2. Web. Burley Varsity Club honors 11 community members, Staff reports, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, May 27, 2017, retrieved May 29, 2017.