CAG Presents 2024-25 Officers and Directors  

The Citizens Association of Georgetown’s Governance Committee, President and Board of Directors are pleased to announce the 2024-25 Board of Directors. The vote on the proposed slate took place at the Annual Meeting on May 7 at Duke Ellington School of the Arts. 

The following are the new CAG officers: 

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 ’90s was directing the preservation of U.S. Air Force Cold War-era artifacts and buildings as a civilian at the Pentagon. He has since operated a “house history” business that researches homes in Washington, D.C., for current owners, been involved running Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets and, most recently, served as president of Historic Congressional Cemetery on Capitol Hill for the last 10 years. He is the author or co-author of over 24 books on D.C.’s neighborhoods or D.C.-themed histories with his husband Greg and other authors. Williams is excited to bring both his preservation expertise and his experience in the death-positive movement to serve those in need while living in the Oak Hill Cemetery gatehouse and working full time as the cemetery’s 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. Titus is on the board of College Bound and Friends of the National Arboretum, as well as the Advisory Council of the U.S. Institute of Peace. She 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 Bothwell is a nationally recognized contributor to the walkable, mixed-use, healthy and sustainable community development movement. A city planner and landscape architect, she was recently appointed to the first class of Fellows of the Congress for the New Urbanism, the national organization rediscovering traditional urbanism for the 21st century, and is the board chair of CNUDC. She established the American Institute of Architects’ Center for Livable Communities. Formerly senior landscape architect for the City of Boston and a Rhode Island School of Design faculty member, she lectures, teaches and designs gardens and public spaces across the country. She and her husband, James Warren, and stepdaughter live on Reservoir Road.  

Dr. Tamim Bayoumi, Treasurer 

Tamim Bayoumi brings strong financial experience and a deep interest in local history. He worked at the International Monetary Fund for many years, overseeing work on the United States and the global economy and advising on the IMF’s strategic direction. He is a graduate of Cambridge and Stanford Universities and holds a bachelor’s and a Ph.D. in economics. He has been a D.C. resident for over 30 years and lives in Georgetown’s east village.  

The following are CAG board members (bios available at 

Grant Bermann 

Norman Fekrat  

Kate Hasty 

Mark Martinkov 

Gerald Musarra 

Darcy Nauman 

Cameron Tudhope 

Leslie Zemnick 


CAG Executive Director Brittany Sawyer    

Brittany Sawyer, CAG Executive Director.

Brittany Sawyer, executive director of the Citizens Association of Georgetown, implements the strategic vision set forth by the board, oversees day-to-day operations and serves as CAG’s community and government liaison. “As the oldest civic nonprofit in the country, CAG’s purpose and lasting legacy is to keep Georgetown beautiful, safe and connected by maintaining our historic character, enhancing our quality of life and bringing our community together,” says Sawyer.  




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