Elizabeth Lower-Basch, deputy executive director for policy at the Center for Law and Social Policy, was quoted in an article from Inside Higher Ed discussing a proposed rule from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service that could result in colleges and universities in eight states losing between $970 million and $1.3 billion in scholarship funding.

Kate Akalonu, director of strategic initiatives at Everyone Home DC, was quoted in an article from Hill Rag discussing various ways individuals can contribute during the holiday season, emphasizing the importance of giving back to the community.

The McLean Project for the Arts will debut the “MPA Inspires” art and jazz celebration on November 18-19. Learn more at FFXnow.

Leaders from the National Council of NonProfits are scheduled to participate in speaking engagements at the upcoming 2023 Upswell Summit, set to take place from November 15-17. Learn more at Dallas Innovates.

Keith Whyte, executive director of the National Council on Problem Gambling, was quoted in an article from NHPR discussing how despite earmarking millions for gambling treatment in Massachusetts, there is a notable lack of access to services, creating concerns among advocates.

Melissa Reinberg, founder and executive director of Negotiation Works, provided insights on conflict resolution in an interview with WUSA9.

The BayNet published a piece about the the annual Impaired Driving Law Enforcement Awards, a collaborative initiative by the Highway Safety Office of the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration and the Washington Regional Alcohol Program, which took place on Saturday, November 4.

NBC4 Washington reported that the The White House Historical Association is planning to open a tech-driven educational center with an Oval Office replica in 2024.

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