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Guest Host: Rebecca Sheir
Jim Graham served nearly two decades on the D.C. Council – a political career that followed many years of running the Whitman-Walker Clinic in the District. But now he’s out of politics, and his first new job is a bit more “dressed-down” than those he’s held in the past: he’s promoting weekly events for a D.C. club that features male dancers. We chat with Graham about his new professional adventure and what he learned from his time in public service.
- Jim Graham Former Member, D.C. Council (D-Ward 1)
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