The Sorensen alumni family is saddened by the news that a tragic auto accident on Interstate 95 in New England took the life of a member of the Sorensen Political Leaders Program Class of 2011 and her brother over the weekend.
The class is processing the death of Tiffany May Joslyn, 33, of Arlington. She and her younger brother, Derrick, were driving to pick up a car for her when the vehicle they were in was struck on the interstate and rolled over into oncoming traffic.
All of the Sorensen family misses Tiffany, who brought light and smiles and caring to those she touched.
You Are Invited!
The Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership
10th Annual Legislative Reception
Tuesday, Feb. 23
5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Williams Mullen Center, 15th Floor
200 South 10th Street, Richmond
RSVP at sorenseninstitute.org/legislative-reception
by Tuesday, Feb. 16
Join us at the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research in Danville on Feb. 25 as Mike Signer engages in a provocative discussion and signs copies of his latest book on James Madison.
The 2008 public television documentary Across the Aisle follows the Political Leaders Program Class of 2007 during its 10-month program across Virginia.
Class members come face to face with their personal biases and political limitations by arguing against their own positions, breaking down political stereotypes, spending real time with their opponents, balancing a state budget, and touring state-run facilities to learn a new and highly functional approach to politics.
We've curated a list of news sources and useful organizations related to politics in Virginia. Check it out on the Sorensen politics page. We update the page with new links all the time so make it your homepage or bookmark it for later.