Jackson Ward's

Historic St. Luke Building

St. Luke Legacy Center

Like Maggie L. Walker before her, Korinn Y. Carter's vision is to fill the needs and push the advancement of minority families in the Greater Richmond area. This ambition has brought the young social entrepreneur and her host of service based businesses to the epicenter of the city and into the historic St. Luke Building in Jackson Ward. Her dream is to change the world, she's just started with her own community first.

Korinn is joined in re-creating the legacy with her cousin and Clinical Director, Nikki Shaw. Nikki adds over 15 years of post clinical licensure experience to the therapeutic foundation she's built in each business. She is affectionately referred to as "the wind beneath my wings" by Korinn, and plays an instrumental role in every service provided at the St. Luke Legacy Center.

Contact us to learn more about the Korinn Y. Carter Enterprises, Inc. family of services and learn how you can be part of our NEW LEGACY.


Contact us to get more information today!

We're here to re-create the legacy of our community. 



A New Legacy

Family Services


Somebody's To Somebodies

Youth Care

A Renewed Legacy

Senior Care

ANLF provides culturally relevant mental and behavioral health services dedicated to individualized care, community support, being family focused and results centered.

S2S provides community based child care committed to providing nurturing and safe environments that prevent traumatic childhood experiences in school- aged children.

RLSC provides home health care services with our unique wraparound support and service approach so we are able to help seniors and their families through all stages of life.


We’ve been blessed with the opportunity to continue to build on the legacy that iconic social entrepreneur Maggie L. Walker built in the historic St. Luke Building in Richmond, VA’s Jackson Ward. We are creating legacy in the St. Luke Legacy Center for our community. Here’s how we can help… 


With our holistic wraparound approach to community-based services, we offer:


✨Child care and education solutions for the upcoming school year 

✨Mental and behavioral services for youth and adults

✨Personal and home health care services for seniors 

✨Promotion of natural, alternative methods to positive health and wellness

✨Connection to community partners and resources 




We are thrilled to welcome you to our new home, The Saint Luke Building in Richmond, Virginia. The building, located at 900 St. James Street, was built in 1902 and is a four-story, brick Edwardian style building.


At one time, this building held the offices of the Independent Order of St. Luke, an African-American fraternal society. The office of Maggie L. Walker, longtime head of the Order, is preserved as it was at the time of her death in 1934. Maggie was an African-American teacher and businesswoman, and was the first woman to charter a bank and serve as its president in the United States.


As a leader, Maggie achieved success with the vision to make tangible improvements in the way of life for African Americans and women. Disabled by paralysis and limited to a wheelchair later in life, Walker also became an example for people with disabilities.

More Details

Located at

Year Built

Remodeled & Enlarged

Commercial Sq. Ft.

Historical Reference

900 St. James Street


1915 - 1920


National Register of Historic Places in 1982




On behalf of everyone who has been involved in the St. Luke Building project, we offer a special thank you to Ms. Wanda Stallings, her mother, and Mr. Charlie Ayers. It was the Stalling’s decision to bring life back to the St. Luke building, that allows us the opportunity to serve our community from such a beautiful historic location. With the vision of Mr. Charlie, he has made our dreams a reality and made this process beyond ideal. Preservation of this building is the preservation of the legacy of Maggie L. Walker and sets the stage for the creation of our NEW LEGACY.

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