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Treasury is seeking a mid- to senior-level (GS-13) Environmental Policy Analyst in the Office of International Affairs (of which he is currently the DAS). The position would include the following duties:
· Prepare international climate and energy issue background and briefing material for senior executive branch officials to use in multilateral negotiations and economic summit and pre-summit meetings.
· Help organize the formulation, defense, and clarification of U.S. government positions on climate and energy issues as they relate to finance, economics and the multilateral institutions.
· Participate in the most substantive aspects of formulating and implementing Department of the Treasury and U.S. Government policies pertaining to international climate and energy issues.
· Draft international policy papers defining and supporting U.S. government and Department of the Treasury international climate and energy issue policy positions. Write responses to the initiatives of foreign governments participating in international meetings and multilateral negotiations. Advise on, critiques, and recommends international energy and climate issue policies based on economic factors and outcomes.
A link to the position description and application information is below. This could be an interesting job for the right person. Note that the announcement closes on Wednesday, January 12.
StudentsFirst seeks an energetic and detail-oriented Communications Associate to support membership development and retention efforts. The Communications Associate serves as a liaison to existing members, assists in recruiting new members and provides technical assistance.
The Communications Associate reports directly to the Membership Director and is responsible for the following:
1. Maintaining timely and effective communication with members
- Monitoring and tracking email and telephone inquiries, including developing a list of frequently asked questions and responses.
- Responding to general email and telephone inquiries.
- Routing specific questions to appropriate contact on the response team.
1. Supporting membership identification and recruitment
- Contributing to the writing of member correspondence such as newsletters and email blasts.
- Assisting in the planning of online and offline member events and activities.
- Helping develop and administer member welcome program.
- Assisting with monitoring of member interests and satisfaction through administration of surveys and other strategies.
1. Providing technical support to member services infrastructure
- Troubleshooting website and donor functions.
- Updating membership database.
StudentsFirst attracts employees with distinctive backgrounds and accomplishments and is committed to building and maintaining a team whose voices reflect the many communities with a stake in public education. Integrity, creativity, and intensity are key attributes of competitive candidates.
For this position, the following factors will strengthen an applicant’s candidacy:
- Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
- Strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
- Customer-service oriented.
- Technology adept with an ability to learn new tools easily.
Background on StudentsFirst
StudentsFirst is a new national movement to defend the interests of children in public education founded by Michelle Rhee. Michelle began her began her career as a teacher in Baltimore’s public schools. After graduate school, she founded The New Teacher Project, which has partnered with districts and unions to deploy 23,000 highly qualified teachers in difficult-to-staff schools. From 2007 through 2010, Michelle was Chancellor of DC Public Schools. Under her leadership, the worst performing school district in the country became the only major city system to see double-digit growth in both their state reading and state math scores in seventh, eighth and tenth grades over three years. The graduation rate rose and enrollment increased for the first time in 40 years after steep declines.
Michelle founded StudentsFirst in order to broaden and accelerate education reform because our nation’s public education system is in crisis. The United States spends $600 billion every year on our public schools, which educate nearly 90% of the country’s children, but we are not getting results. Of 30 the industrialized countries regularly surveyed, U.S. schools rank near the bottom and are not getting better. This translates into an economic loss of over $2 trillion per year. Additionally, schools in the U.S. fail to create social mobility: on average, students’ life outcomes are still determined too much by their parents’ backgrounds.
There are reforms that will work, yet massive amounts of money is being wasted on investments that do not improve student results. StudentsFirst will build upon, connect, and accelerate effective reform efforts. Specifically, the organization will articulate a gold standard for education reform, based on the best evidence as to what works in teacher professionalism, student choice, and system-wide accountability. We will provide tools and services to local leaders who want to implement local change and we will build a membership movement with a national voice. We will deploy resources to defend students’ interests with litigation, mobilization, advocacy, and direct political activity. Fighters for reform will know that they are not fighting alone.
StudentFirst’s organizational culture flows from a refusal to compromise on our commitment to students. We operate in a fast-paced environment with minimal overhead. We expect all of our professionals to thrive in conditions of uncertainty, frequent feedback, and rapid change. We focus on accountability for results, and therefore expect an orientation toward action. Our national scale requires us to work virtually and with diverse partners, but our shared mission builds deep loyalty and sense of team.
Salary is competitive and commensurate with proven performance.
The application process will include a resume review, phone interview, project and in-person interviews. To be considered for the position, please send your resume and a cover letter to Bridget Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOW HIRING -- National Wildlife Federation
Position: Online Campaigns Analyst
Location: Reston, VA
Start Date: Immediately
Hour: Full time; 40hrs/week
To Apply: www.nwf.org/careergateway
We seek an online campaigns analyst to primarily be responsible for
managing the data, systems and analytics tools used to recruit new
activists, cultivate current activists and run strategic large-scale
advocacy, fundraising and grassroots mobilization campaigns on- and
offline. It is essential that the Online Campaigns Analyst have the
knowledge and skills for data collection, management, tracking,
analysis, and list extraction. This includes advanced skills in MS
Excel and Access, including application and use of pivot reports.
Position also requires basic familiarity with web analytics tools;
email, financial, and search marketing software; constituent resource
management systems; and databases.
In addition to managing and analyzing data, the Online Campaigns
Analyst will use their knowledge and skills to help inform effective
strategies and tactics for engaging NWF's constituencies in our
advocacy and fundraising campaigns by providing timely performance
reports and analysis on various tactics and campaigns.
• Aggregate and manage constituent data, including list selection and
• Manage and analyze web, email, social media and phone bank data, and
provide timely reporting
• Manage source code analytics, online marketing and ad campaigns
analytics, and associated vendor relationships
• Provide staff training and support to ensure consistent use of data
and analytics tools and systems
• Manage data and list enhancements
• Minimum 2-3 years relevant experience.
• Experience with database integration, report generation and data
• Experience with web, email and online marketing data management and
• Experience in training and user support
• Experience with Raiser’s Edge and Convio a strong plus
People of color, LGBTQ persons and individuals from other
underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply.
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JOB: Mobile Communications Manager (MD)
Jan 03 05:24PM -0500 ^
Mobile Communications Manager, Online Communications
The Humane Society of the United States, the nation’s largest animal
advocacy organization, is seeking a Mobile Communications Manager for
its Online Communications section to advance the mission of The Humane
Society of the United States by managing and growing an integrated
mobile messaging, fundraising, and web channel to reach our
constituents and recruit new supporters, both domestic and
international. Other duties include, but are not limited to:
research, review, and recommend mobile application development; keep
abreast of trends in mobile – both short and long term; develop and
execute text-to-donate campaigns for timely issues. Bachelor’s degree
and experience with mobile applications, websites, and text messaging
campaigns/outreach strongly desired. Excellent grasp of current mobile
technology, market trends, market data, and strong interest in future
of communications. This is not a technical position, but basic HTML
skills are required. Must have a strong interest in animal protection
issues. The salary range for this position is from the low $40’s to
the high $40’s.
Please send all cover letters and resumes to email@example.com or fax to
301-548-7701. This position is located in Gaithersburg, Md.
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Job Opening: PUBLIC POLICY FELLOW
Organization: The Jewish Council for Public Affairs
Location: Washington, DC (Farragut North)
Hours: 30-40 hours/week, Flexible
Duration: Feb – Sept 2011 preferred (8 months)
Salary: Modest stipend provided
The Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) is the umbrella body for
public policy and community relations in the Jewish community. Our
Washington, DC office is the advocacy arm of the JCPA, communicating
the policies and positions of the organized Jewish community to
Congress, government officials and other institutions.
The JCPA represents 14 national agencies and 125 local community
relations councils in pursuit of our organizational mission: to
safeguard the rights of Jews here, in Israel, and around the world;
and to protect, preserve, and promote a just American society, one
that is democratic and pluralistic.
To accomplish these goals, the JCPA builds consensus on public policy
issues and coordinates advocacy and activism for a wide range of
domestic and international issues. Our work falls under 3 taskforces:
• Equal Opportunity and Social Justice (EOSJ), Jurisdiction over:
poverty, healthcare, housing, hunger, education, immigration,
disability, energy policy, environment issues, global warming, human
trafficking, reproductive choice, women’s rights, fair wages.
• Jewish Security and the Bill of Rights (JSBOR): Jurisdiction over:
civil rights, civil liberties, separation of church and state,
anti-torture activism, Holocaust issues, hate crimes, discrimination.
• Israel, World Jewry and International Human Rights: Jurisdiction
over: Israel and the Middle East, Iran’s nuclear program, ending the
genocide in Darfur, international anti-Semitism, international
In addition to our ongoing legislative and community relations work,
the JCPA launched a national Jewish Confronting Poverty campaign in
the fall of 2007 to engage Jewish communities in sustained
anti-poverty activism and strengthen the natural connection between
the social services the Jewish community provides and the values we
stand for in our advocacy.
Public Policy Fellow - Primary Responsibilities:
• Primary project of fellowship: Plan and co-lead
African-American/Jewish Community Relations Mission to Detroit, MI
during June 2011 to explore intersection between race and poverty.
Trip will include public policy, programming, volunteer service, and
community relations components;
• Support JCPA legislative advocacy work in the 112th Congress;
• Contribute to planning Confronting Poverty campaign events including
the annual Hunger Seder (April), and Fighting Poverty with Faith
• Attend hearings and briefings on Capitol Hill, and help to write
legislative updates for issues that fall under EOSJ and JSBOR
taskforces; focus areas are flexible depending on Fellow’s policy
• Aiding the Washington Director and other DC-based staff in preparing
information such as memos, background information, as well as
presentations for meetings and other relations with the Jewish
Community Relations field;
• Working with the Washington Director in the general operation of the
Washington office of the JCPA;
• Assuming other administrative duties and responsibilities as determined.
• BA, BS or equivalent degree
• Ability to work independently while still feeling comfortable asking
for help/clarification when needed
• Strong organizational and analytical skills
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Commitment to social justice, interest in policy research
• Strong internet research skills
• Experience in event planning, policy and/or Detroit, MI a plus
To apply, please send cover letter and résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org by
January 17, 2011.
Address your cover letter to Mr. Josh Protas, Washington Director and
Vice President, JCPA.
Please use the email subject line: Public Policy Fellow Application—Your Name
*The Jewish Council for Public Affairs is an equal opportunity employer.
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*Leadership Center for the Common Good*
*1825 K St. NW Suite 400 Washington, DC 20006*
The Leadership Center for the Common Good is a new national
training and support center for community
. Common Good works with a range of community-based and grassroots
organizations on an array of social justice issues, ranging from living wage
jobs to immigrants rights, from environmental justice/green jobs to
education reform. The Center is hiring a National Field/Campaign Director
to help oversee the development of field organizing plans and campaigns with
our partners around the country.
The Development Director will work dually to help Common Good
raise its budget and also work with partner community organizations around
the country. Duties will include:
· Developing and executing a program to raise monies from individual
· Foundation relations management, including relationship-building,
grantwriting, report preparation, etc.;
· Developing new fundraising initiatives, including an online
funding program, possible social ventures, a sustainers program, and more;
· Working with partner organizations in the states to strengthen
their fundraising systems.
Ideal attributes of an applicant include:
· At least five years relevant fundraising experience;
· Exceptional communications skills;
· Preference for candidates with exposure to community or labor
organizing, or comparable exposure to grassroots organizing for social
· Spanish language fluency extremely helpful;
· Comfort with new media and technology, including online campaigns,
blogging, social networking, video, etc.
Position based in Washington, DC.
Send resumes to email@example.com.
Mount Vernon Unitarian Church
Position Type: Full-time, Exempt
Position Purpose: The Church Administrator is responsible for ensuring the smooth and efficient functioning of church operations.
· Reports to the Minister.
· Supervises the Bookkeeper, Office Manager, Custodian, Property Manager, and Rentals Coordinator.
· Maintains excellent working relationships with other staff members, including the Director of Lifespan Spiritual Growth and the Director of Music.
The Administrator manages the church's business, administrative, and financial affairs. He or she provides staff support to church leaders and volunteers, including Finance Committee, Personnel Advisory Committee, Property Committee, Communications Council, and Board of Trustees. The following list of duties is not exhaustive and does not anticipate all possible requirements.
• With the Finance Committee and Treasurer, develops and implements financial policies
• Oversees maintenance by the Bookkeeper of financial records, ensuring that appropriate policies and procedures are followed.
• Oversees maintenance by the Bookkeeper of financial aspects of the employee pay and benefits program, including preparation of tax-related documents.
• With the Treasurer, oversees preparation and interpretation of financial reports for the
Finance Committee, Board, and congregation. Identifies financial problems, such as unauthorized over-expenditure of any accounts, and assists in developing proposed solutions.
• With the Gifts and Bequests volunteer, assures that memorial gifts are acknowledged.
• Manages church insurance policies and claims reporting.
• Oversees the church's Human Resources program, including maintaining documents such as position descriptions and letters of agreement, and leading periodic review and revision of personnel policies to be incorporated in the Employee Handbook.
• Manages the employee salaries and benefits program.
• Administers the annual performance appraisal process of all church employees.
• Consults with the Personnel Advisory Committee on these matters as necessary.
• Supervises the functioning of the church office.
• Manages office staff and volunteers, including scheduling and day-to-day supervision.
• Conducts performance appraisals of office and custodial staff members.
• Manages contracted services, including telephone system, copying, waste disposal, etc.
• Arranges for the acquisition and maintenance of furniture and equipment.
• Oversees ordering of supplies.
• Maintains necessary personnel records, legal documents, and files of major church
Buildings and Grounds
• With the Property Manager and Property Committee, plans and budgets for maintenance and repair of church property.
• Supervises the Property Manager in arranging for contracted services for maintenance and repair services (such as mowing, tree care, electrical work, air conditioning, etc.), monitoring the quality of these services, negotiating adjustments when necessary, and approving payments.
• During construction projects, serves as liaison to the architect for preparation of documents and acquisition of necessary permits.
• In cooperation with the Communications Council, plans for and coordinates all church
publications, including newsletters and website. Oversees the efforts of volunteers who
produce these publications.
• Supports volunteers in arranging for publicity of church activities and events.
• Consults with elected officers and governing groups, including the Board of Trustees and
Program Council, as requested, as they consider program and policy decisions.
• Drafts letters, policies, etc. for review.
• Advises on provisions of existing bylaws and policies.
• Consults with the minister, as requested, in administration of church affairs.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration or a related field.
Experience: At least three years experience in management of complex organizations. Experience in a church, social service agency, or other not-for-profit organization desirable.
Skills: Strong verbal and written communication skills; strong organizational skills; demonstrated ability to supervise; collaborative, team-building management style; ability
to work effectively with Board of Trustees and volunteer committees; ability to recruit
and support an active network of volunteers; tactful and mature with a good sense of humor; ability to plan, monitor, and evaluate budgets; desire to help fulfill the mission of a faith community; proficiency with computers and productivity software including word processing, spreadsheets, email and database management.
Other Requirements: This is a professional position, requiring the ability and willingness to work flexible hours and extra time on an as-needed basis. The position requires work on Sunday and attendance at daytime and evening meetings, including those of the Board of Trustees and Finance Committee and serving as the contact point for building emergencies after hours.
Salary Range: $45-50K per year depending on experience.
Please e-mail cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
Church Administrator Search
Mount Vernon Unitarian Church
1909 Windmill Lane
Alexandria, VA 22307
Mount Vernon Unitarian Church is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Title:* Communications Intern
Position works with Friends of the Earth's communications team: Director of
Public Advocacy and Communications, Deputy Director of Communications,
Communications Associate, Publications Manager, and other Interns.
Position reports to the director and deputy director of the communications
*Position Location:* Washington, DC
Friends of the Earth (www.foe.org) is the U.S. voice of the world's largest
grassroots environmental network, with member groups in 76 countries. Our
mission is to create a more healthy, just world. Our current campaigns focus
on clean energy and solutions to climate disruption, protecting human health
from toxic and new, potentially harmful technologies, and promoting
low-and-no-pollution transportation alternatives. We're a hard-hitting,
progressive group that pulls no punches and speaks sometimes uncomfortable
truths to power.
We're looking for an intern to join our communications team. This internship
is intended for someone who is considering a career in the environmental or
progressive movements, or in nonprofit or advocacy communications -- someone
who intends to learn and wants first-hand experience performing a wide
variety of communications functions. We'll give you an opportunity to gain
that experience and network with people in these fields; in return, we
expect you to help us promote our brand and share our perspective on
pressing policy issues with members and activists, policy makers, members of
the media, and the broader public.
- Quickly learn about the issues on which we work and the positions we
take on them, as well as the range of communications tactics we employ.
- Draft and edit a wide variety of written content, including e-action
alerts, fact sheets, news releases, blog posts, web page text, op-eds,
letters to newspaper editors, memoranda, and magazine articles.
- Build and update media contact lists and pitch stories to reporters.
- Track media coverage, e-alert performance, and ad performance.
- Learn how to use and then use our online advocacy and email software,
as well as our website content management system and our media contact
- Produce content for Twitter, Facebook, and other social media sites.
- Produce multimedia content, including videos and photos.
- Attend, facilitate, and help with logistics for various events and
- Conduct research.
- Perform other functions as needed.
*The ideal applicant:*
- Is a superb writer who communicates in a precise, concise, accessible
and persuasive manner.
- Works hard and stays on task.
- Pays attention to detail.
- Excels whether working individually or in teams.
- Takes responsibility for assignments and meets deadlines.
- Possesses political savvy, and is knowledgeable about and interested in
politics, policy, advocacy, and social movements.
- Consumes various types of media and is familiar with current events.
- Cares deeply about the future of our planet and the people on it.
This position pays $10 an hour. Our work week is 37.5 hours. The position
will run for three months and is not eligible for benefits.
E-mail cover letter, resume and one page writing sample to
the subject heading "Communications Internship." No mail applications or
phone calls. Position is available starting January 17, 2011 and will remain
open until filled*.*
*Friends of the Earth is an Equal Opportunity Employer**.*
Our Democratic fundraising firm is accepting internship applications for the Spring 2011 semester!
Molly Allen Associates is seeking college students and recent college graduates for campaign fundraising internships. Responsibilities include research, assisting with event planning, database management, and administrative tasks. The internship will also include the potential to attend DC-area fundraising events and the opportunity to interact with Members of Congress. Candidates must be self-starters, detail-oriented, have excellent writing and communication skills, and be able to multi-task. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel is required.
As we are a Democratic firm, we look for an intern who is enthusiastic about Democratic politics. Hill or campaign experience is a plus.
We are committed to providing our interns with a valuable learning experience and will assist with petitions for academic credit as well as adjust the duration of an internship session to comply with respective academic calendars.
We prefer candidates who can commit to a full-time schedule. Candidates able to commit 20 hours or more per week will be eligible for a stipend.
Please send a resume, cover letter and availability to email@example.com.
Launched in January 2006, Molly Allen Associates specializes in mobilizing financial resources for Democratic candidates and provides a full range of campaign fundraising and financial management services. Molly Allen, Founding Principal, has over nine years of experience in the political arena helping elect Democrats.
For more information about our firm, please visit our website at http://www.mollyallenassociates.com/.
*Gay & Lesbian Leadership Institute – Spring 2011 Internship*
The Gay & Lesbian Leadership Institute, a 501(c)(3), equips LGBT leaders for
success in public office. Through its candidate campaign training,
professional development programs, and the Presidential Appointments
Project, the Leadership Institute assists hundreds of individuals in
politics, government, business and advocacy each year.
The GLLI intern’s work will support the following programs:
- *David Bohnett Gay & Lesbian Leadership Fellowship – *
*This collaboration with the David Bohnett Foundation sends outstanding
LGBT leaders to the Harvard Kennedy School’s Senior Executives in State and
Local Government program. The intern will help screen and organize
applicants to facilitate the selection process.
- *Presidential Appointments Project* – www.glli.org/presidential
This project helps openly LGBT professionals get appointed to full-time
positions as well as boards, commissions and advisory committees throughout
the executive branch of the federal government. The intern will help screen
applicants, identify candidates for specific positions, and think creatively
about outreach to new applicants.
- *Leadership Impact*
This emerging program tracks and demonstrates the impact and
accomplishments of openly LGBT elected and appointed officials. The intern
monitors significant accomplishments through news and direct contact with
officials and their staff and shares them with Victory staff and members.
- *Other duties as necessary.*
The intern should demonstrate strong written and oral communication skills,
attention to detail, creative thinking and independent project management.
Solid grasp of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook is necessary.**
The internship requires a creative thinker who enjoys the challenge of
organizing information in a concise and understandable manner and can find
solutions to problems as they arise in the course of maintaining a system of
gathering and organizing data.
This is a paid internship. The Spring 2011 intern would ideally start
January 11 and finish in mid-May. Full-time candidates preferred. More
information at www.victoryfund.org/internships.
Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter via email to
Public Affairs/Public Relations firm with exciting and fast-paced team
seeks eager and enthusiastic student for unpaid internship. Ideal for
someone looking to gain substantive experience in communications
planning, messaging and strategy. Candidate must be a self-starter,
organized and capable of handling multiple tasks at once. Strong
writing ability is a must.
Responsibilities include creating and maintaining press lists,
drafting and pitching op-eds and letters-to-the-editor, website
development, conducting opposition research, pitching editorial board
meetings, attending policy briefings, and office administrative tasks.
Interested candidates should e-mail a resume and cover letter to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Part-time and full-time interns will be
considered. Please indicate your availability in your cover letter.
NARAL Pro-Choice America is looking for a committed and responsible
pro-choice individual for the Communications and Online Advocacy
Strategies Intern position for starting in January 2011. The
Communications Intern will work with the Communications and Online
Advocacy Strategies team to support NARAL Pro-Choice America’s
outreach. This internship is a paid position.
This internship is an excellent opportunity to learn about media
strategy and online advocacy - a grassroots organizing tool that is
crucial to successful educational, legislative, and political
The intern will be responsible for:
Managing the Choice Action Network (CAN) email inbox and responding to
questions from CAN members. The CAN email list is used to send actions
and information to pro-choice Americans across the country.
Assisting with data maintenance including data entry, reviewing lists
of new sign-ups, and updating activist contact information.
Assisting with recruitment on online social networking sites
(Facebook, Twitter, Change.org, etc.).
Assisting with blog and press-related tracking.
Answering the press line.
Preparing daily news clips, including blog clips.
Monitoring TV for choice-related materials (if there’s a segment on
abortion, make sure it’s recording, notify department, etc.).
Other communication duties as needed.
The ideal candidate will be detail oriented, organized, and efficient
with strong computer and people skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Word
and Excel is a must. General office experience is helpful. Familiarity
with social-networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter preferred.
Database, Convio, and HTML experience a plus. The intern should have a
strong interest in political advocacy, electoral, and
reproductive-rights work. We prefer candidates who can work full-time,
or at least 20 hours a week.
To apply, send resume and cover letter to:
NARAL Pro-Choice America
1156 15th Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20005
Fax: (202) 973-3096
NARAL Pro-Choice America is an equal opportunity employer. All our
positions require a sensitivity to and appreciation of cultural
Join GAIN for our first event of 2011 coming up this Thursday, January 6th.
Thinking about transitioning into consulting? Wondering what it's like to
work for a mail or polling firm?
*Then come on out for a night of speed networking - it's just like speed
dating, but with networking
Our rockstar consultants include:
John Brougher - Business Development Executive, Salsa Labs
Karen Defilippi - Account Manager, The Chadderdon Group
Amy Gershkoff - CEO, Changing Targets Media
Sabrina Hersi Issa - Digital Director, Be Bold Media
Drew Lieberman - Senior Associate, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research
Katy Milani - Associate, Corner Alliance
Matt Taverna - DC Regional Director, Grossman Marketing Group
This is a perfect opportunity for you to network with consultants from many
different worlds of political consulting.
*Make sure to register as space is limited.
What: Speed Networking: Consulting
Date: Thursday, January 6
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: GAIN Office – 1850 M St NW, Suite 1100