CAG Presents 2024-2025 Board Directors and Officers

The Citizens Association of Georgetown’s Governance Committee, President and Board of Directors are pleased to announce the 2024-2025 Board of Directors and Officers. The vote of the proposed slate will take place at the Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 7th from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Duke Ellington School of the Arts, 3500 R Street NW. Active members must register in advance to vote. CLICK HERE to register.

Paul K. Williams, President

Paul K. Williams has a background in historic preservation, having attended both Roger Williams and Cornell Universities in the discipline. Interestingly, his first job in the early nineties was directing the preservation of US Air Force Cold War era artifacts and buildings as a civilian at the Pentagon. He has since operated a ‘house history’ business that research homes in Washington, D.C. for current owners, been involved running Dupont Circle Main Streets, and most recently served as President of Historic Congressional Cemetery on Capitol Hill for the last ten years. He is the author or co-author of over 24 books on DC’s neighborhoods or DC themed histories with his husband Greg and other authors. Williams is excited to bring both the preservation expertise and his experience in the death positive movement to serve those in need while living in the gatehouse and working full time in Oak Hill Cemetery as its 14th Superintendent assisting residents find their “final forwarding address.”

Dr. Amy A. Titus, Vice President

Dr. Amy A. Titus recently retired from Deloitte as a Managing Director in Human Capital. She brings years of global experience in human capital and human resources directed to improve organizational performance and address the future of work. Currently, she advises international organizations and governments on their talent strategies and modernizing their workforces. Dr. Titus is on the board of College Bound and Friends of the National Arboretum (FONA) as well as the Advisory Council of the U.S. Institute of Peace. Dr. Titus seeks to give back to her community and lives near Rose Park.

Stephanie Bothwell, Secretary

As principal of Stephanie Bothwell Urban and Landscape Design LLC, Stephanie is a nationally recognized contributor to the walkable, mixed-use, healthy, and sustainable community development movement. Stephanie is a city planner and landscape architect and was recently appointed to the first class of Fellows of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU), the national organization rediscovering traditional urbanism for the 21st century. She established the American Institute of Architects’ Center for Livable Communities. She was Senior Landscape Architect for the City of Boston and faculty of the Rhode Island School of Design. She is the board chair of CNUDC. She lectures, teaches, and designs gardens and public spaces across the country. Stephanie, her husband James Warren, and stepdaughter live on Reservoir Road.

Tamim Bayoumi, Treasurer

Tamim Bayoumi brings strong financial experience and a deep interest in local history. He worked at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for many years, including overseeing work on the United States, the global economy, and advising on the Fund’s strategic direction. He is a graduate of Cambridge and Stanford Universities and holds a Bachelors and a PhD in Economics. He been a D.C. resident for over 30 years and lives in the East Village.

Grant Bermann

Grant Bermann is a partner at Milbank LLP, where his practice focuses on antitrust law. Previously, he worked at the U.S. Department of Justice and practiced law in the New York, Washington, and Paris offices of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, another international law firm. Grant is a graduate of Princeton University and Yale Law School. Grant and his family live near Volta Park.

Norman Fekrat

Norman Fekrat has over 30 years of experience advising major Telecom, Internet, Technology, and Media companies through major transformational programs and assists innovative start-ups to scale their businesses. Norman is currently the Founder and Managing Partner at Imagine Wireless, a consulting firm driving digital transformation across the telecom and the industrial sectors. Prior to this role, Norman was a Vice President at IBM responsible for their Telecom Network Practice and a Managing Partner at Accenture leading part of their Communications, Media, and High-Tech Industry. Norman holds a Bachelors in Physics from Georgetown University and a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from The Catholic University of America. Norman has been in Georgetown since 1985. His father was a professor at Georgetown University for nearly four decades and was instrumental in establishing the MBA program. He currently lives with his family in the West Village.

Kate Hasty

Katherine Hasty is an U.S. Air Force veteran and serves as the CAG Public Safety Committee Co-Chair. During her military service, she served on multiple combat deployments with a special operations team. More recently, she has served on the Air Staff and Joint Staff advising senior leaders on strategy and policy. Her background is in future warfare studies with a focus on space, cyber, and biotechnology. She has a Bachelors from Harvard and a Masters from Georgetown University. She currently is a legislative liaison. She has lived in Georgetown for nearly a decade.

Mark Martinkov

Mark Martinkov seeks to promote the safety and security of the Georgetown community through his work as Co-Chair of the Public Safety Committee. In his professional life, Mark is an investment professional at a local fund focused on Aerospace, Defense, and Government Technology. Previously, he was a Program Manager at Microsoft, where he led teams of engineers in developing and implementing nascent technologies. In addition to his volunteer service with CAG, he volunteers at the Adas Israel Synagogue and is an active member of the University Club of Washington. Mark graduated from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce with a Bachelors in Finance and Management.

Gerald Musarra

Gerald Musarra is a lawyer and government affairs professional. During his government career, he held legal and policy positions as an Honors Attorney in the Office of the Secretary of Transportation, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), and the White House National Space Council. He authored the regulations that established the first framework for authorizing US commercial space transportation activities and served as the Space Council’s Senior Director for International Space Policy. After leaving government service, Gerald joined Lockheed Martin and became the Vice President for Government and Regulatory Affairs, where he managed a diverse portfolio of tax, trade, and regulatory issues, as well as the Corporation’s advocacy interests in major trade associations. Gerald is the current President of the George Town Club and has served on the boards for the Washington Literacy Center and Cultural DC. Gerald is a graduate of Georgetown College, New York University, and the Georgetown University Law Center. Gerald and his partner are long-time residents of the East Village.

Darcy Nauman

Darcy Nauman has been an active resident and volunteer in Georgetown. After graduating from George Washington University, Darcy made Georgetown her home. Darcy serves on the Board of Directors for the Georgetown Club and Friends of Volta Park, serving as a Past President. Darcy and her family live in the East Village.

Cameron Tudhope

Cameron Tudhope is the founder of Lohr Capital, a commercial real estate investment and development firm. Cameron brings a wealth of real estate development experience with previous projects including the Goldman Sachs European headquarters in London and SL Green Realty Corporation’s One Vanderbilt, a mixed-use building in New York City. He was also responsible for business and creative planning for One Vanderbilt’s new public observatory, The Summit. He holds a Bachelors from Hamilton College and a Masters in Real Estate Development from Columbia University. Cam and his family live in the East Village.

Leslie Zemnick

Leslie Zemnick is a change and management consultant for Kotter International focused on performance culture. Before moving to D.C., Leslie spent over a decade in New York City working in advertising, start-ups, and tech. She has a Bachelors in Business Administration from Chestnut Hill College and Masters in Organizational Leadership and Learning in Human Development from George Washington University.

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