Subscribe Now »

Special Holiday Deal

Give the Gift of the

Give one person a magazine subscription for $29.95, and get each additional subscription for just $19.95.

Newsletters

Get Well+Being delivered to your inbox every Monday Morning.

The Guest List: January
Welcome to the Guest List, a monthly roundup of the eight people we’d most like to have over for drinks, good food, and conversation. By Garrett M. Graff
Comments () | Published January 2, 2009

Vivek Kundra —The chief technology officer for the District, Kundra is taking on lots of interesting projects.

Desirée Rogers —Want an invite to the Obama White House? Best to make friends with the new White House social secretary, a business executive from Chicago who’s close to the First Family.

Bruce Stewart —The outgoing head of Sidwell Friends suddenly finds himself with the nation’s two most famous young pupils.

Whitney Matheson —The writer of USA Today’s popular Pop Candy blog is leaving Washington for New York City.

Art Smith Oprah Winfrey’s former chef and the “Art” at Capitol Hill’s new Art and Soul eatery, he might find himself with a big promotion to the kitchen at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Marian Robinson —The “First Granny” is moving to Washington and has loads of great stories about her daughter, son-in-law, and grandkids.

Said Jawad —Many of the top foreign-policy issues relate to the mountainous regions of Afghanistan, which Jawad represents as ambassador to the United States.

Lynn Sweet —The Chicago Sun-Times Washington correspondent finds herself the new first among equals as a longtime Obama watcher.

>> See all of Washingtonian.com's inauguration coverage.

This article first appeared in the January 2009 issue of The Washingtonian. For more articles from that issue, click here

Categories:

Power Players
Subscribe to Washingtonian

Discuss this story

Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question. The Washingtonian reserves the right to remove or edit content once posted.
blog comments powered by Disqus

Posted at 07:07 AM/ET, 01/02/2009 RSS | Print | Permalink | Comments () | Washingtonian.com Blogs