Eric S. Leabough previously served as the Varina District representative on the Henrico Planning Commission. He also worked as a housing specialist and housing services manager for the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services and as the assistant vice president of redevelopment and interim vice president of real estate and community development for the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority.
A registered architect and LEED accredited professional, Carangelo brings 20 years of professional experience to Richmond. In his previous position, Carangelo served as the building inspections administrator for the City of Savannah’s Development Services Department, managing a building construction investment portfolio of over $4 billion.
Neglected, overgrown, and tucked away deep in the woods of the East End of Richmond surrounded by two landfills, Historic Evergreen Cemetery was easy to miss. That is destined to change now that the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has awarded this sacred site official designation as “a site of memory associated with the Slave Route Project”—one of the first in the world.