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Leaders in your Community: A Black History Month Profile

Being a civic leader doesn’t mean that you have to make monumental change in society. You can be a leader by fighting for what you think is right in your community; one such example in the Seabury community is Ms. C (pictured below). Ms. C is the President of the Resident Council at a senior building and Seabury nutrition site in DC’s Ward 6, where she fights for changes at her residence. As part of her role on the Council, she helps residents find job opportunities, organizes weekly trips to local places of interest, and stocks the vending machines with snacks residents like. Ms. C is also a mother of three children, all of whom, she proudly boasts, are college graduates. “Black History Mon

Gyimah-Akesson Awarded Employee of the Quarter

Seabury Resources for Aging is proud to announce Juliet Gyimah-Akesson, nutritionist at Seabury Ward 6, as the employee of the quarter. Below, Deborah Royster, Seabury CEO, and Gerry Perez, former Seabury Board President, present Ms. Gyimah-Akesson with her award at the Seabury Ward 6 office. In nominating Gyimah-Akesson, Seabury Ward 6 Program Director Le’Anetta Tolar-Obasanjo wrote: Ms. Gyimah-Akesson is committed to both the staff she supervises and the Seniors of Ward 6. She is a team player and goes the extra mile for the seniors and her colleagues. She is an asset to Seabury. She understands and demonstrates her commitment to the mission of Seabury. She is a faithful presence and i

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