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Community Advisory Council

WETA appreciates the advice and support of the WETA Community Advisory Council.

The council is made up of the following individuals who serve as voices of the community to WETA regarding programming, outreach services and public activities.

The Community Advisory Council meets next on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. at WETA's administrative offices and are open to interested members of the community. Please contact us for more information.

 

Council members

Laurie Albert

Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia

Liane Atlas

Community Volunteer

Joy Ford Austin

Humanities Council of Washington DC

Donna Butts

Generations United

Theresa Cameron

Americans for the Arts

Jeanie Collins Carr

Black Student Fund

Mimi Carter

Corcoran Gallery of Art

Stephanie Cheng

Chinatown Community Cultural Center

Leslie Copeland-Tune

DC Baptist Convention

Sandy Dang

11 Plus

Patricia Donnelly

Literacy Council of NOVA

Mario Garcia Durham

The Association of Performing Arts Presenters

Linda Erdos

Arlington Public Schools

Ellen Greenberg

Jewish Council for the Aging

Angela Halamandaris

The Heart of America Foundation

Leonard L. Hamlin, Sr.

Macedonia Baptist Church

Winston McDonald Haythe

Colonel, U.S. Army (Retired)
George Washington University Law School

Margaret Hutto

The History Factory

Suzan Jenkins

Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County

Avis Jones-DeWeever

National Council of Negro Women

Gregory Lawson

Financial Advisor

Kris McLaughlin

Arlington Gay and Lesbian Alliance

Katherine Morrison

Morrison Nonprofit Transitions

Jennifer Nycz-Conner

Washington Business Journal

Jennifer Cover Payne

Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington

Lance Shapiro

Georgetown University Law Student

Loren Allan Smith (chairman)

U.S. Court of Federal Claims

Alfred O. Taylor, Jr.

Nauck Civic Association

Claudia Thorne

Community Family Life Services

Janice Williams

YMCA

Katherine Wood

U.S. Government (ret)

Vivian Yao

Montgomery County Council

Wuiping Yap

Asia Heritage Foundation

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