Inside LGW

On Tuesday, March 20,  LGW hosted the first ever Philanthropy Panel and Nonprofit Showcase sponsored by A Wider Circle.  
LGW’s members represent various professional sectors throughout the region, but few encounter the issues of public safety on a day to day basis.  
On Tuesday, March 13, LGW partnered with Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School for the first Community Service Day of 2018.
As WRAG President, Tamara Copeland (’04) is the organization’s primary thought leader, helping to envision and implement work that meets the needs of the sector and of the region. 
On Friday, March 2, over 100 leaders gathered for an extraordinary Lessons in Leadership to hear insights from renowned financier and philanthropist David Rubenstein.
On Thursday, February 15 the LGW Signature Program gathered at ByteCubed for an interactive dialogue on the role of innovation and entrepreneurship, driving growth for the region. 
This spring, Leadership Greater Washington is partnering with WRAG and A Wider Circle to build a regional, cross-sector cohort of philanthropic, nonprofit, and business leaders who understand racism and are committed to working for racial justice. Together, we are working to Expand the Table for Racial Equity. Our goal is to capture of participants as the series continues.
Howard Ross is a lifelong social justice advocate and the Founding Partner of Cook Ross.
Leadership Greater Washington is proud to provide internship opportunities for high school and college students with an interest in communications, marketing, and development.
The 2018 Signature Class participated in a two-day programming event hosted at the Oxon Hill Manor in Prince George's County.