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- Jonathan O'Connell Reporter, Washington Business Journal
- Eshauna Smith Executive Director, DC Alliance of Youth Advocates
- Joseph P. Walsh Director, Department of Employment Services, District of Columbia
- Rhonda Tsoi-A-Fatt Senior Policy Analyst, Center for Law & Social Policy
- Margaret Singleton Vice President and Executive Director, DC Chamber of Commerce Foundation
- Robert Gill Manager, Youth Employment Services Program (YES), Prince George's County
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