Annual Luncheon

Thursday, May 23, 2019
12:00-1:30 PM

The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C.

1150 22nd Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20037

Since 2007, N Street Village has hosted our Annual Empowerment Luncheon to raise awareness related to women and poverty, homelessness, and health. All of you – the supporters of our mission and the ambassadors of our message – have made this spring event a highlight of our Village year. Celebrate hope and healing with us once again this spring!

Sold Out!

Tickets for the 2019 Annual Luncheon are now Sold Out! Please contact Stuart at sallen@nstreetvillage.org or 202-939-2085 to be added to our Wait List.

See Pictures from Last Year

In 2018, we honored Debbi Jarvis and welcomed nearly 400 guests to celebrate the positive changes we can make in the lives of D.C.’s most vulnerable women.

2019 LEADERSHIP AWARD:
CATHY HUGHES

This year, N Street Village is proud to award media mogul Cathy Hughes with the 2019 Village Leadership Award. Ms. Hughes is the Founder and Chairperson of Urban One, Inc. and is the first African-American woman to head a publicly traded corporation. She is a true champion for women and minority communities.

Join us as we celebrate Cathy Hughes alongside extraordinary clients and the accomplishments that we are able to reach as a community!

FEATURING

CHEF AMY BRANDWEIN

The N Street Village Annual Luncheon menu will be created by Amy Brandwein, Chef and Owner of Centrolina in Washington, D.C. Chef Brandwein is a James Beard Award finalist in the Best Chef Mid-Atlantic category and was recently awarded the title of “Chef of the Year” by the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMMY.) An advocate for sustainable and local food sourcing, Chef Brandwein is passionate about feeding and educating her community. She is proud to donate her time to curate this menu in support of N Street Village.

“FEARLESS GIRL” BY MAGGIE O’NEILL

Local D.C. artist, designer, and creative entrepreneur Maggie O’Neill has donated the use of the image of her piece, “Fearless Girl,” to this year’s Annual Luncheon. Exculsively at the Luncheon, 30% of every print sold goes directly to support N Street Village. Maggie will be on site signing her work!

HOST COMMITTEE

Jacqui MichelCo-Chair
Andrea RinaldiCo-Chair

Tina Alster
Hillary Baltimore
Lorrie Berkowitz
Erika Martin Bolden
Brandon Clay
Barbara Crocker
Anastasia Dellaccio
Nikki DePandi
Lynda Erkiletian
Sharon Gund
Keith Harley
Nancy Hartsock
David Hatfield
Adrienne Hensley
Sherry Hiemstra
Eric Hirshfield
Katy Indre
Monica Jenkins
Diane Liebman
Maureen Macfadden
Ann Mond
Maggie O’Neill
Julian Patterson
Rachel Pearson
Monique Pressley
Ruth Sorenson
Peggy Sparks
Jeanne Specchio
Jessica Springsteen
Sid Stolz
Allyson Waldrep

LUNCHEON SPONSORS

PRESENTING SPONSORS

Cindy and Mark Aron
Discovery, Inc.

PLATINUM SPONSORS

Sherry Hiemstra and Decker Anstrom
National Association of Broadcasters

GOLD SPONSORS

Carolyn Arpin and Benjamin Sacks
Hillary and Tom Baltimore
Invariant
Monica and Joe Jenkins/JB Jenkins Inc.
Jacqui Michel and David Weisman
Andrea and Peter Rinaldi
Judy and John Ritz
Peter Shields and Ace Werner/Wiley Rein
Ruth and Arne Sorenson
Sid Stolz and David Hatfield
Tiffany & Co. City Center

SUPPORTING SPONSORS

Loeb & Loeb LLP
Mandy and David Team/Donnell Kearney
Margaret and Gary Maring
Portia and Joseph Migas
Andrea and Scott Ponsor
Jeanne Specchio
Trusted Health Plan

VILLAGE FRIEND

AmeriHealth Caritas District of Columbia
Tammie Collins/Catherine Thompson
Cunningham | Quill Architects
Jennifer Gale
Elizabeth Newkirk Jahoda
Cathy and Bob Solomon
PatriceWilloughby

VILLAGE ADVOCATE

Risa and Michael Freedman
Linda Potter and Tim Shriver