DBE-certification was awarded to 360 VIRTUAL ASSISTANCE by the Virginia Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity.
Dr. Robertson served as guest speaker at Zion Poplars Baptist Church's (ZPBC) 150th Anniversary. Robertson conducted the research and completed the formal nomination that placed ZPBC on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register in 1999.
360 VIRTUAL ASSISTANCE was awarded a contract by the Virginia Department of Health (Division of Disease Prevention) to design and curate an HIV Prevention social marketing campaign.
360 VIRTUAL ASSISTANCE was awarded a contract by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to design an ebook for Virginia's small food businesses.
Dr. Robertson was quoted on the webpage of Christopher Newport University's Office of Procurement regarding the benefits of its 2015 SWaM Fair: Natalie S. Robertson, PhD, Executive Design Facilitator, 360 VIRTUAL ASSISTANCE: This is the second year that I've attended SWaM Fair at CNU. Both years provided good networking opportunities, but this year, it yielded a prospective contract that I will follow up on in two weeks. Therefore, SWaM Fair is integral to the growth of small businesses, and we appreciate having the opportunity to attend this event.
Dr. Robertson's grant proposal was funded by the Virginia Foundation For The Humanities. She will use the grant to serve as Developer and Design Facilitator for the Aberdeen Gardens Historic District Oral History and Mapping Project. This multimedia project aims to raise the historic profile of Aberdeen Gardens by collecting oral data from its residents and by using that oral data to create multimedia (historical vignettes and map). The multimedia will navigate educational walking tours as well as deliver a digital eductional experience to website visitors.
The 360 VIRTUAL ASSISTANCE service mark was registered in the Principal Register of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. All Rights reserved.
Dr. Robertson delivered a talk entitled "Slavery By Another Name," based upon the PBS film by the same title. Sponsored by the National Endowment For The Humanities in collaboration with the Phoebus Public Libary (April 2014).
Dr. Robertson delivered a presentation entitled "The Re-enslavement of Blacks During Reconstruction" at The Civil War Institute, sponsored by the National Park Service and Hampton University.
360 VIRTUAL ASSISTANCE received MBE certification from the Carolinas-Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council, a regional affiliate of the National Minority Supplier Development Council. This level of certification positions the firm to supply multimedia creation services to Fortune 500 companies and corporations that are endeavoring to enhance their Supplier Diversity programs.
360 VIRTUAL ASSISTANCE is renovating a 1,250 square feet commercial space to expand its printing technology fleet and to increase its capacity to serve more consumers in the Wickham Avenue commercial corridor in Newport News, VA.