Citizens Tap Sawyer as Executive Director

The Citizens Association of Georgetown has a new executive director — Brittany Sawyer, 40, who lives in Georgetown and has volunteered with CAG since 2017, previously co-chairing the Development Committee. Most recently, she was with the Nancy Taylor Bubes Group at Washington Fine Properties and has previous experience in nonprofit, trade association, community and economic development work.

When asked why she accepted the position, Sawyer replied, “It’s for the people. I chose to live in Georgetown for the same reason many other Georgetowners make this our home. We are a village where true community still exists. The Citizens Association of Georgetown plays an active role in that. We are intentional about bringing our neighbors together and preserving our community’s culture.”

“I have the privilege of working with an amazing group of volunteers,” Sawyer added. “I am truly thankful for the executive leadership and committee chairs for sharing their time and professional expertise. The Citizens Association of Georgetown is the oldest civic association in the country dating back to 1878. We are stronger than ever and will continue to maintain a lasting legacy in our nation and community’s history.”

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