This month, the National Gallery of Art’s French-painting curator brings Washington one of the year’s biggest shows, the largest look at Paul Gauguin’s work in a quarter century.
With Verizon Wireless finally getting the iPhone and a new fast 4G network, the company’s regional president has much to celebrate.
Jo Ann Emerson
The congresswoman from Missouri now is one of DC’s most important voices, taking over the District appropriations subcommittee.
A former Justice Department official and Latham & Watkins partner, Remy is the new general counsel for the college athletic powerhouse NCAA.
The new Arlington member of the Metro’s board of directors actually uses public transit—unlike many Metro directors of the past.
With nearly 600,000 employees, half of the world’s mail, and an $8.5-billion annual loss, the new US postmaster general has his work cut out for him.
This article first appeared in the February 2011 issue of The Washingtonian.