Member Buzz - September 2021

September 9, 2021

Highlighting the latest news and achievements of LGW members

1998

Kojo Nnamdi ('98), host of the popular local politics podcast, THE Kojo Nnamdi Show, narrates DC Public LIbrary's exhibit on Washingtonians’ voting rights, “Home Rule.” 

2009

Mary Edith Brown’s (’09) Life Pieces to Masterpieces after-school program helped increase COVID vaccination rates. She has also made strides to help countless individuals and families who struggled throughout the pandemic.

Debbi Jarvis ('09) was named a finalist for March of Dimes’ 2021 Heroines of Washington.

Craig Strent's ('09) organization, Apex Home Loans, has been named to the 2021 Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America list again, having previously been named to the list in 2013 and 2017.

2011

Liz Price ('11) was hired as WMATA's new vice president of real estate and parking.

2013

Angela Franco ('13) will receive the 2021 Women Who Mean Business Award from the Washington Business Journal on October 7.

2015

Sara Gibson ('15) will receive the 2021 Women Who Mean Business Award from the Washington Business Journal on October 7.

Kerry-Ann Hamilton ('15) was named a finalist for March of Dimes’ 2021 Heroines of Washington 

2019

Carly Mitchell (‘19) was named a finalist for March of Dimes’ 2021 Heroines of Washington 

2020

Irma Becerra ('20) was named a finalist for March of Dimes’ 2021 Heroines of Washington.

Tracy Sayegh Gabriel ('20) will receive the 2021 Women Who Mean Business Award from the Washington Business Journal on October 7.

Monica Schmude ('20) will receive the 2021 Women Who Mean Business Award from the Washington Business Journal on October 7.

Tatiana Torres ('20) joined SKDK as their Vice President of Public Affairs. 

2021

Molly Fogarty ('21) will receive the 2021 Women Who Mean Business Award from the Washington Business Journal on October 7.

Indira Henard ('21) will receive the 2021 Women Who Mean Business Award from the Washington Business Journal on October 7.

Anne Kress ('21) will receive the 2021 Women Who Mean Business Award from the Washington Business Journal on October 7.

Evelyn Lee ('21) will receive the 2021 Women Who Mean Business Award from the Washington Business Journal on October 7.

2022

Catherine Buell ('22) will receive the 2021 Women Who Mean Business Award from the Washington Business Journal on October 7.

Monica Dalwadi ('22) will receive the 2021 Women Who Mean Business Award from the Washington Business Journal on October 7.

Ruth Williams-Brinkley ('22) will receive the 2021 Women Who Mean Business Award from the Washington Business Journal on October 7.

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