Mr. Lang is a graduate of Bowie State University with a degree in Sociology. He is a native Washingtonian. His work experience includes education and nonprofit management. Mr. Lang’s background includes teaching for the District of Columbia and Prince Georges County Public School for several years. His community involvement provided him with the knowledge to help address social, economic and educational disparities, especially among youth. Mr. Lang’s focus included creating an environment that promotes youth to hold each other accountable and to uplift underserved communities.
Tanishia began her career in accounting for a large retail chain and was promoted to Lead Accountant. During her 7-year career with the company she has gained experience as an Accountant, Customer Service Manager, and Loss Prevention Audit Prepper. She has personally trained over a dozen associates to become accountants and customer service managers. Tanishia also has experience in property management and has a Life Insurance Producers License.
Tanishia is a native Washingtonian residing in Ward 7. As a child Tanishia developed an interest in entrepreneurship, where she began making products and goods by hand for profit. From that love came several hobby businesses including the most prominent, Nisha’s Pieces in which she would create handmade accessories for little girls. As a result she has been the bridge of communication for associates and colleagues in both personal and professional encounters alike.
located in the Deanwood neighborhood focused on health and education programs; volunteering as the “Leadership Coach’ at Wilson and Dunbar HS; support of
youth organizations and athletics in DC and bringing holiday cheer to those in public housing through gifts and monetary contributions; furthermore, he was the first and is a premier sponsor of DC’s classic Goodman League Basketball Tournament.
and Minority Business Leader in Washington, DC in 2017, and possessing extensive board leadership experience in Greater Washington.
Arkansas. While there, however, he became one of the first African American’s to attend University of Arkansas at Little Rock as an undergrad, and to be hired in a major administrative position in the city of Little Rock. Another highlight of his time spent in Arkansas came when, at a social event, he unexpectedly met legendary civil rights leaders that influenced his decision to go on to law school. He continued civil rights activism while at Georgetown Law School and continues it today in Our Town’s
community. David Wilmot has been the Dean of Georgetown Law School and General Counsel for the Washington Convention Center, among other things. Take a listen and learn more about one of Our Town’s well-known influencers.