To foster a strong neighborhood identity, distinctive historic character, clean and well maintained public areas, a safe and attractive environment, and a balance of small, independent businesses and national chains.
To promote and plan the improvements of the cultural, physical, and economic qualities of Woodley Park, and maintain those improvements, to make the neighborhood an exemplary place to live, work, and play.
Robert grew up in the area, attending high-school just over the border with Cleveland Park. A development economist by training, Robert is a social entrepreneur with a passion for helping businesses, people, organizations realize their potential.
Robert is CEO Emeritus of Dupont Underground and served as a member of the board of Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets and of the Rotary Club of Washington DC.
Sarah was introduced to the city of D.C. during her college years at American University. After graduating in 2020 with a Bachelors in Public Relations and Strategic Communications, she’s focused her time and efforts on advocating for small businesses, entrepreneurs and artists by helping them gain access to the space, funds, and resources they need to excel in their craft.
Sarah is the former Director of Social Media at Dupont Underground, former Digital Marketing and Media Manager at DC’s Solas Nua theatre company, and an Alumni Associate Intern of LINK Strategic Partners.
Chair: Mandy Warfield
Vice Chair: Tim Touchette
Treasurer: James Gebara
Secretary: Sue Taylor
James Gebara, Manager, PNC Bank
Rob Halligan, Principal, Halligan Projects
Colleen Hawkinson, Director BID
Michael Kain, Kain & Associates
Paul London, Washington Sports Clubs
Susan Taylor, Scientology Church of Washington
Tim Touchette, Attache, Corporate Housing
Mandy Warfield, Dupont Circle Rotary
Mesha Williams, Resident
David Chalker, TD Bank
John Jedzinak, Dupont Circle Conservancy
Paul Kuntzler, Gay Men’s Chorus
Doug Loescher, Principal, Civic Strategies Group
Kathy Luu, Owner, SpaLogic
Tracy Marks, Washington Hilton
Ms. Danielle Vogel, Glen’s Garden Market