Thomas Luebke, the secretary of the Commission of Fine Arts, outlined his commitment to protecting the architecture, design culture in the nation’s capital.
Marci Reed and Margaret Phalen, reps from the Architect Foundation and Octagon Building, dig deeper into the rich history of one of D.C.’s most historical sites.
Mary Oehrlein, a preservation officer, shares history and ongoing efforts to protect the U.S. Capitol’s legacy on Leaders and Legends in Government.
Tom Jacobus, Washington Aqueduct general manager, talks water treatment and importance of clean water with Aileen Black on Leaders and Legends in Government.
Michael Nardolilli, executive director of the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin, talks history and improving water quality of the Potomac River with Aileen Black on Leaders and Legends in Government.
Nancy Witherell, a historic preservation officer with GSA’s Public Building Service, talks about managing and protecting 25% of the country’s most famed buildings on Leaders and Legends.
On this week’s episode of Leaders and Legends in Government, Aileen Black spoke with Doug Wolfe, former director of science and technology at the CIA.
John Zangardi, CIO Department of Homeland Security, discussed his 30-plus year career – from his home town of Scranton, PA to the halls of DHS – on Leaders and Legends in Government with Aileen Black.
On this week’s Women of Washington, Aileen Black and Gigi Schumm talk to Laura Campbell, former associate librarian and CIO at the Library of Congress, about digitizing the library’s materials.
Women of Washington hosts Gigi Schumm and Aileen Black talk to Barbara Sisson, assistant chief of the Army Reserve.
Sotera Defense Systems President and CEO Deb Alderson sat with the Women of Washington radio show to discuss her career in defense, both inside the government and as a contractor.
Joanne Connelly, president and CEO of Connelly Works, sat down with Women of Washington hosts Aileen Black and Gigi Schumm to discuss her career as a reporter and leader of a PR/marketing firm in Washington.
”There is a sort of bittersweet quality about stepping down, because there’s more work to be done, and it’s exciting to be a part of that work,” former FDA Commissioner Dr. Margaret Hamburg told Women of Washington radio show hosts Aileen Black and Gigi Schumm.
Ana Hinojosa, deputy assistant commissioner for International Affairs at Customs and Border Protection talks to the Women of Washington about border control and immigration reform.