MEMBER BUZZ - APRIL 2019
April 9, 2019
Highlighting the Successes and Accomplishments of LGW Members
Dorothy Gilliam’s new book, Trailblazer, was published.
Cary Hatch is now a member of the Executive Committee for the 2019 Greater Washington, D.C. March for Babies.
Kim Rhim received the Nonprofit Pride Award during the 34th annual Women’s History Month Luncheon in Prince George’s County.
Tamara Darvish was appointed as the President of U.S. Operations for AutoCanada.
Dr. Madye Henson was named as the new President & CEO of Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers.
Gloria Brown Burnett received the Gladys Noon Spellman Award during the 34th annual Women’s History Month Luncheon in Prince George’s County.
Angela Alsobrooks hosted the 34th annual Women’s History Month Luncheon recognizing visionary women in Prince George’s County.
Dr. Charlene Dukes received the Education Pride Award during the 34th annual Women’s History Month Luncheon in Prince George’s County.
Edwin D. Washington was named as the Executive Director of South Dakota Avenue/Riggs Road Main Street.
David Harrington was honored for his work with Joe's Movement Emporium.
Kristina Bouweiri was appointed as a new Board Member for Potomac Bancshares, Inc.
Beverly Hudnut was elected to the Landon School Board of Trustees in 2018.
Kristen Komlosy accepted a new position as the Executive Director of the Maryland Chapter for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Andy Shallal opened a new Busboys and Poets in Historic Anacostia.
Jack McDougle led the initiative to launch the most comprehensive cross-sector partnership for smart regional growth in the United States.
Lindsey Parker was confirmed by the DC Council as the new Chief Technology Officer.
Michelle Rice is now the General Manager of Cleo TV, which was recently launched by Comcast.