She designed and implemented an innovative nutrition education program for Eastern Senior High School entitled CHARM School – Choosing Healthy and Rewarding Meals. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Milbank Memorial Fund in New York City. Green worked as a counselor at a group home for runaway and foster youth and as a Youth Advocate at Legal Services for Children in California.
In September 2008, she received a Community Champion Award from the Surgeon General of the United States for her work on obesity prevention in the school setting. In 2012, she was named a Top Doctor in Pediatrics by Washingtonian Magazine. is the New Heights Coordinator for Expectant and Parenting Students at Ballou Senior High School in the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS).
D., has been an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Children's National Medical Center since 2003, where she is the Director of the Healthy Generations Program (a "teen-tot" program providing comprehensive medical care, social work and mental health services to adolescent parents and their children) in the Goldberg Center for Community Pediatric Health and the Medical Director for Municipal and Regional Affairs in the Child Health Advocacy Institute. Beers received a Bachelor of Science from The College of William and Mary and her Medical Degree from Emory University School of Medicine.
She completed a pediatric residency at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth.
During her tenure as SOD Commander, she established the agency’s first Homeland Security/Counter-Terrorism Branch and created an agency-wide chemical, biological, radiological response unit known as the Special Threat Action Team.
In 2006, the MPDC's Office of Homeland Security and Counter-Terrorism (OHSCT) was created, and Chief Lanier was tapped to be its first Commanding Officer. Miller was the Deputy Director of the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy and Senior Vice President/COO for Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, D.
In this role, she provides technical assistance to state and community organizations in their efforts to reduce teen pregnancy, including federal grantees running evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention programs. Lafferty is an adjunct professor at George Mason University, teaching undergraduate level courses in Human Sexuality. Lafferty served as the Director of HIV Education for the Society of State Leaders of Health and Physical Education, building the capacity of state and local education agencies to prevent HIV infection among youth. Lafferty is originally from Philadelphia, PA area and earned her B. She officially assumed the leadership position on January 2, 2007. She also served as the Commanding Officer of the Department's Major Narcotics Branch and Vehicular Homicide Units.
Bush of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Jones-Bosier unselfishly commits her time to serving in the District of Columbia Bar and Maryland State Bar Associations, her alma maters, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated and in the community.., is a Supervising Attorney at Children’s Law Center. Green has served as a guardian ad litem in both neglect and persons in need of supervision (PINS) cases, as well as a stated-interest attorney for teen parents in custody, child support, and domestic violence matters. Green leads trainings for attorneys, mediators and social service professionals working with teen parents, and has helped develop resource materials for practitioners in the D. She worked for Baltimore City Department of Social Services as a Social Worker in foster care for two and one-half years prior to joining DCPS, Office of Youth Engagement Health and Wellness team. since 1977 and began as an intern from American University.She received her Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Religion with a Minor in Spanish from Florida A&M University. She currently serves as this premier organization’s Managing Director of Community Programs and Engagement. has 19 programs serving runaway and homeless youth, teen mothers and their babies, youth involved in the juvenile justice system, and other youth and their families that find themselves in at-risk situations., is a full time, general pediatrician for Unity Health Care, Inc., a non-profit organization in the District of Columbia.She is the Medical Director of Adolescent Health Services and the School-Based Health Centers operated by the Unity. degree in political science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a M. in Community Health from the University of Edinburgh as a British Marshall Scholar, and her M. degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons as a National Health Service Corps Scholar.