Washington, DC II
Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Washington, DC II
Interviewing finalists from Guam, Maryland, Ohio, the Virgin Islands, and West Virginia
District of Columbia Superior Court
Moultrie Courthouse, Room 6500
500 Indiana Ave. NW
If traveling by metro, the closest stop is Judiciary Square on the red line. Exit toward the National Building Museum. When exiting the metro, if facing the National Building Museum, Building A is on the left.
Please note that you may bring a mobile phone into the building; however, you are not permitted to use the phone's camera function on the premises. The US Attorney’s office does NOT allow any electronic devices (other than cellphones) into its building.
This panel will convene at 9 a.m.
For the past several years, the Truman Scholars Association (an organization of Truman Scholar alumni) has hosted pre-interview dinners in the interview cities the night prior to the finalist interviews. The dinners are informal, fun, optional events for the finalists and a few Truman alumni hosts (interview panelists do not attend). The Truman Scholars Association generously sponsors the dinners for all finalists. All finalists will be contacted by their interview city’s Truman host shortly after the official finalist announcement; if you wish to attend the dinner, please plan to be available for dinner around 7 p.m. in your interview city the evening before your interview.
Hon. Laura Cordero, Chair -- Associate Judge, Superior Court of the District of Columbia; Trustee, Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation
Michael Gale -- Special Assistant, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior; 2002 Truman Scholar
Jeff Navin -- Partner, Boundary Stone Partners; 1996 Truman Scholar
Abbas Ravjani -- Privacy and Public Policy Manager, Facebook; 2003 Truman Scholar
Renee Stone -- Vice President, Climate, National Audubon Society; 1983 Truman Scholar
Tara Yglesias, Secretary -- Deputy Executive Secretary, Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation; 1993 Truman Scholar