National Whistleblowers Center 3238 P St NW, Washington, DC20007 The National Whistleblowers Center was founded in 1988 to provide legal protection to individuals speaking out against…More wrongdoing in the workplace. Based in Washington, D.C., the NWC is a non-profit advocacy organization that also offers an attorney-referral service nationwide through its sister group, the National Whistleblower Legal Defense and Education Fund.
National Confectioners Association 1101 30th St NW Ste 220, Washington, DC20007 Originally founded in the late 1800's in Chicago, the National Confectioners Association is headquartered in a…More Georgetown office building on 30th Street NW. The group represents more than 65 candy, chocolate, and gum manufacterers both nationally and internationally. To the National Confectioners Association, candy isn't just sweet—it's business, too.
Choice USA 1317 F St NW, Washington, DC20004 Choice USA is an organization working towards the abolishment of abstinence-only education. Located in the…More Georgetown area of Washington, DC, the group aims to change and influence legislation having to do with abstinence education and pro-choice laws. It is a not-for-profit organization that serves across the nation. With chapters on college campuses across the United States, Choice USA is the nation's pro-choice representation in Washington. For more information on the ideologies, philosophies and programs of Choice USA, visit the Web site.
National Housing Trust 1101 30th St NW Ste 220, Washington, DC20007 The National Housing Trust is the only national non-profit dedicated to housing preservation through public policy…More advocacy, real estate development and lending. It is the nation's number one expert in preserving and improving affordable housing and rent control. Rather than building new housing, National Housing Trust believes it is more affordable to preserve housing and keep it sustainable.
Elisabeth LaMotte 3 Washington Cir NW Ste 405, Washington, DC20037 Elisabeth LaMotte is a licensed independent social worker and psychotherapist based in Washington D.C. LaMotte has over…More 15 years of experience and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and the American Group Psychotherapy Association. LaMotte provides individual, couples, family and group therapy and can help with many issues including divorce, depression, self esteem issues, relationships and intimacy problems. Call for more information or to schedule an appointment.
John Rosselli & Associates 1515 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC20007 The Washington branch of this national chain of antique shops has been open since 2000. Featuring an array of textiles…More and furniture, the store is a popular destination among architects and interior designers.
Segway® has partnered with the Smithsonian® Institution to offer a Personal Transporter (PT) tour departing…More from the National Mall at the National Museum of American History. This scenic tour, prepared in consultation with Smithsonian staff, offers visitors a fresh perspective of the National Mall as well as a unique way to learn more about the country’s national treasures.
Gliders will have the opportunity to explore Washington, DC's history in a three hour tour that includes educational stories on the architecture, art, culture and history related to the many points of interest, landmarks and key Smithsonian museums exhibits along the route.
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Sam Kalen 1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW, Washington, DC20007 Sam Kalen is a general practice attorney based in Washington, D.C. Kalen works in both the public and private sectors,…More and focuses mainly on cases pertaining to environmental and energy resource laws. He has worked on issues regarding the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act and the National Environmental Policy Act.