The Washington Informer highlighted Black Women Thriving East of the River, illustrating its efforts in Wards 7 & 8 that encompass employment solutions, cancer care support, scholarships, healthcare advocacy, and community engagement for sustained impact.

DCist showcased the impactful endeavors of David SampéCommunity Mediation DC’s executive director, spotlighting his mentorship in woodworking for Ballou High School teens in Southeast D.C.

Bill Thorne has been elected as the new president of Food & Friends‘ Board of Directors, bringing nine years of dedicated service on the board and a wealth of experience in communication strategies, advocacy, policy, and brand guidance. Read the full press release foodandfriends.org.

The Maryland Theatre Guide featured a review of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington D.C.’s “The Holiday Show,” highlighting the show’s festive spirit and unifying musical performances.

The Washington Informer reported on the mission of Martha’s Table to provide essential nutrition to District students amid winter’s health challenges through its vital grocery distribution programs.

Keith Whyte, the executive director of the National Council on Problem Gambling, was quoted in an article from Time discussing the rising issue of gambling addiction among college students, primarily driven by mobile sports betting apps, leading to financial strains, academic neglect, and mental health concerns.

Thompson Greenspon has elected Carolyn C. Quill, CPA, JD, LL.M., as its new Managing Principal. With a wealth of experience as the Lead Tax Principal at Thompson Greenspon, Carolyn brings expertise, poised to drive the firm towards sustained growth and success in her new role.

The White House Historical Association debuted a new episode of The White House 1600 Sessions podcast, spotlighting John F. W. Rogers, the Association’s Chairman and former assistant to President Ronald Reagan. Read the full press release at PR Newswire.

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