Member Buzz - October 2020
November 20, 2020
Highlighting the latest accomplishments of LGW members
Mary Claire-Burick (’15) and the team at the Rosslyn BID are receiving accolades for their creative O2 outdoor office space. The space is open through November and they plan to reopen it in the Spring.
Steven Muñoz (’15) received a grant from The Arts and Humanities Fellowship Program (AHFP) for 2021 in recognition of artistic excellence that significantly contributes to the District of Columbia as a world-class cultural capital. Congratulations to Steven and all of the grantees.
M. Laurie Cammisa (’16) joined Children's National Hospital as Interim Chief of Staff.
Muriel Wilkins (’17) launched a new podcast, Coaching Real Leaders, in partnership with Harvard Business Review.
Eric Lewis (’17) has been named Head of Business Banking for Truist’s Commercial Community Bank (CCB) a newly created position reflecting the company’s commitment to continue driving digital innovation.
Kathy Sibert (’17) had an apartment building designed to provide permanent supportive housing, named in her honor, the Sibert House in Arlington. She was recognized for her exceptional leadership with the Arlington Street People’s Assistance Network (A-SPAN).
Tycely Williams (’18) received the 2020 Fundraising Professional of the Year honor from the Association of Fundraising Professionals Washington DC Metro Chapter.
Troy LeMaile-Stovall (’19) was selected as the DC Chamber of Commerce Choice Awards honoree and acknowledged as a champion of change, reinvention, and resilience.
Doug Damron (’20) and the team at Newmark Knight Frank were recognized by CoStar Group as a 2020 CoStarPowerBroker Quarterly Deals winner for their work on Texas A&M’s lease at 1620 L Street, NW in Q3.
Sherlonda Goode (’20) has been appointed to lead the Guidehouse Public Sector Financial Services Practice.