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WASHINGTON, DC (October 27, 2022) — The Golden Triangle Business Improvement District (BID) announced today its re-election of officers and seven newly named members to serve on its 2023 Board of Directors. The new members represent a diverse mix of entities— real estate, retail, academia, and hotels. The full governing Board of 23 members will direct key activities for the BID through the next year.
New 2023 Board members:
• Nicolas Beliard, General Manager, The Hay Adams
• Owen Billman, President, Blake Real Estate
• Gary Cohen, Chairman and Executive Vice President, Willco
• Jen Correale, Vice President, Asset Management, Brookfield Properties
• Anuj Mehrotra, Dean, School of Business, George Washington University
• April Richardson, President/Owner, DC Sweet Potato Cake
• Will Rich, President, Delta Associates, Inc.
“The BID’s work will be more critical than ever as DC’s central business district confronts extraordinary change in a post-COVID era,” said Leona Agouridis, Executive Director of the Golden Triangle BID. “The new Board members add key perspectives as the Golden Triangle evolves from a premier business district into a world-class, innovative, mixed-use neighborhood.”
Re-elected officers to the 2023 Board:
• PRESIDENT: Kathryn Clement, Senior Vice President, Director of Asset Services, JBG Smith
• VICE PRESIDENT: James E. Brawner, Managing Director, Brawner Management LLC
• SECRETARY: Eric Posner, Director of Asset Management, The Tower Companies
• TREASURER: John Sikaitis, Chief Innovation Officer, Avison Young
• MEMBER: Scott Mead, Vice President, Property Management, Lerner Corporation
• MEMBER: Sean Warfield, Director, Tishman Speyer
Ten additional members will continue to serve on the Board:
• Amy Bowser, Executive Managing Director, JLL
• David Bueno, General Manager, The Jefferson Hotel
• Oliver Carr, Chief Executive Officer, Carr Properties
• Ben Comm, Senior Managing Director and City Lead, Asset Services, Cushman and Wakefield
• Bill Feeks, Director of Commercial Property Management, Rockrose Development
• James Rich, Vice President, Zuckerman Gravely Development, Inc.
• David Toney, Vice President, Development, Akridge
• Jeffrey C. Utz, Director, Goulston & Storrs
• Hilari Varnadore, Vice President, LEED for Cities, U.S. Green Building Council
• Justin Waller, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
About the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District
Formed in 1998, the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District (BID) enhances Washington, DC’s central business district, the 44-square-block neighborhood stretching from The White House to Dupont Circle. For more information, visit: goldentriangledc.com and connect on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
Miranda Woolston, email@example.com, 202-684-8923