I have a long history of experience with the D.C. Bar, within which I have held a diverse range of leadership positions. Over decades of work with numerous Bar boards and committees, I have had the opportunity to collaborate with committed leaders, learn from them, and together make lasting contributions to our Bar and our community.
We have much to offer.
We have even more to learn.
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is,
‘What are you doing for others?’”
— Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
“I am pleased to endorse your candidacy. We have worked together for years for the D.C. Bar Foundation, and your contribution to pro bono representation in the District has been immense.”
— Daniel A. Rezneck, Former DC Bar President, Office of Attorney General
An important focus of my career has been nurturing and mentoring early career lawyers and supporting young lawyers who are interested in pursuing public-interest law. In this same vein, developing the next generation of D.C. Bar leadership will be a priority for me as President.