Dash For Donation

Dash for Donation 07 15 2022 Race Information

Leave a legacy of safe housing for survivors and their children by remembering DASH in your estate plans. It’s a crowd favorite—allowing families, businesses and organizations to join together in a common cause. The Dash for Donation works hard to deliver you a memorable race experience. We would love to hear from you, so consider writing us a review. Joined the DASH Board of Directors in 2021.She earned a BS in mathematics, statistics, and accounting from Concordia University.

She began her legal career at McKenna & Cuneo LLP. Laura has served on the DASH Board of Directors since 2017. She earned a BA in English and American Literature and a BM in Trumpet Performance from Northwestern University, and a JD from Georgetown University Law Center. Is a Partner at Jones Day, where she focuses on defending clients in the health care and life sciences industries against civil, criminal, and administrative investigations and litigation brought by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General, and state Attorneys General. She also advises clients on health care fraud and abuse compliance issues. Natasha has served on the DASH Board of Directors since 2020.

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  • Jordan is the Executive Director of the United States of Women, an initiative dedicated to highlighting women’s equality.
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  • He joined the DASH Board of Directors in 2021 and currently serves as the Treasurer.

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He earned a BA in English and literature from Stevenson University, an MLA from The Johns Hopkins University. He’s currently pursuing with MBA with a concentration in Entrepreneurial Marketing from The John Hopkins Carey Business School. Prior to her position with the Council, Jordan worked in both the Office of the First Lady and the Office of the Vice President, beginning in 2009. She earned a BA in political science from the University of Notre Dame. Tracy earned a BA in women’s studies from the University of Manitoba, an MA in women’s studies from the University of Cincinnati, and a JD from American University.

Previously, she served as the Executive Director of The Policy Council at the National Journal and Executive Vice President at Powell Tate. She earned a BA in communications from George Mason University. Previously, she served as a Realtor in the DMV area and as a Management Consultant at Business Genetics, Alsbridge, and BearingPoint Consulting. She earned a BA in business administration from Loyola College in Maryland. Previously, she was a Partner at Patton Boggs LLP and a Trial Attorney at the U.S.

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Please choose a project to support, with a donation of any size! Thank you for participating in this special give back campaign as we help teachers and students affected by Hurricane Sandy. Previously, she held leadership roles at Grant Thornton LLP, KMPG, and Mitchell & Titus LLP, and was the Finance Director for Blacks in Government. Patti is the President of ParsonsTKO, which helps mission-driven organizations maximize their marketing and technology investments through business process improvements, consultation, and data analysis. Previously, she held various leadership roles within Accenture, serving as a Strategy Senior Manager for Accenture Federal Services as well as Corporate Strategy and New Business. Enter your email address and we will send you instructions to reset your password if there is an account for that email.

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Jordan is the Executive Director of the United States of Women, an initiative dedicated to highlighting women’s equality. Previously, she served as the Deputy Executive Director and Policy Advisor to the Council on Women and Girls at the White House under President Obama. She focused on policy and federal outreach to advance the ‎lives of women and girls. Ashley has served on the DASH Board of Directors since 2017, currently as the Vice Chair and previously as the Board Secretary and the Chair of the Fundraising and Communications committees. In addition to her service at DASH, she is a board member of the HR Leadership Forum where she previously served as Board president.

She earned a BS in accounting from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and an MA in accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Amon is a Senior Vice President at Neuberger Berman investment firm. Previously, he served as the Vice President at Franklin Templeton Investments and a Senior Research Analyst at Gabelli Asset Management. He joined the DASH Board of Directors in 2021 and currently serves as the Treasurer.

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Shontrese is a Senior Manager at MorganFranklin Consulting, a management advisory firm that works with businesses and government to address complex finance, technology, and business objectives. In this role she assists multinational organizations who have operations in Europe as well as clients seeking to expand their global footprint. Eth is the Director of Practice at CollaborateUp, an international consulting firm which advises businesses, governments, and non-profits on how to work together to solve big problems. She is a skilled facilitator, co-creator, and designer of inclusive approaches to international development and social innovation. Suite Virtual Solutions, which focuses on operations, project management, and administrative support.

Edit descriptionOn this day one year ago, NYC cancelled their marathon. I was in the city as a hopeful runner, yet fully understood the need to cancel the run. Not wanting to miss an opportunity to make a mark, I organized my own race back home and raised a lot of money for schools damaged by Sandy. One year later there are still schools in need because of Sandy.