Her friend Adnan Syed’s conviction was vacated due in part to her efforts. Now she’s written a memoir about food and family.
The colorful doctor has been helping steer the government’s monkeypox response.
She’s CEO of the locally based dating app CarpeDM, which is designed for Black women and is impressing investors.
The judge recently replaced Ketanji Brown Jackson on the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
A star of Top Chef who’s a genuine top chef, he’s planning to open a big new restaurant in Penn Quarter next year.
Disinvited! Nina Totenberg
The NPR journalist’s book about her cozy relationship with Supreme Court justices she’s covered has been widely criticized.
Photograph of Chaudry courtesy of Rabia Chaudry
Photograph of Shelley courtesy of carpedm.
Photograph of Pan courtesy of Chambers of the Hon. Florence Y. Pan.
This article appears in the November 2022 issue of Washingtonian.