A Letter From Kate

Dear Friends, 

We did not shrink from 2020. We charged through each month of a year I would not want to repeat, but which made us stronger. We paused along the way for much-needed reflection invited by a year characterized not only by the number of challenges it brought, but by the range those challenges covered and the opportunities they presented for listening, adapting, and creating.

One decision in March set the tone for the remainder of the year: we opted to extend housing, work, and studio space for our fellows in residence at the time, knowing that we couldn’t ask them to leave in May, and that we had to do what we could to maintain their access to a safe environment, and to minimize turbulence in their lives. That decision – to put fellows at the forefront, and let their needs drive our approach – gave us the frame of mind that carried for the rest of 2020.

In June, we consulted with participating artists and opted to delay the opening of the By The People x Monochrome Collective Art Fair to give room for other important conversations. But when we did launch the virtual fair, it provided more sales for more artists than the inaugural fair did in 2019, driving funds towards working artists across the DMV and giving collectors something new to shine their Zoom cameras on.

In October, the Halcyon Awards gala was replaced by Halcyon Homecoming, the largest of all our virtual events, featuring nearly 50 Halcyon fellows joining from six continents. It was so much more than a fundraiser – it was a celebration, a reunion, a moment of warmth and a chance to show our newest fellows that though COVID-19 meant a different Halcyon experience for them, this is a community they’ll always be a part of. We will look out for them and tell their stories for many years to come.

2021 will be a year for telling those stories, for discovering new ones, and for welcoming the most fellows Halcyon has ever seen in a single year – but I won’t get ahead of myself. Suffice to say: we’re ready for the big and brilliant things that lie ahead. 

Stay creative,

Kate Goodall

Co-Founder and
Chief Executive Officer

Kate Goodall Portrait and Graphics

By The Numbers

Social Enterprise fellows through December 31st 2020

111111

ventures

1,8021,802

jobs created

2,550,6072,550,607

lives impacted by ventures

59%59%

ventures with a female founder

69%69%

ventures with a founder of color

68%68%

in funds raised by ventures

Arts fellows through December 31st 2020

4848

fellows supported

14,000+14,000+

arts lab fellow studio hours

119 Artists119 Artists

exhibited through the By The People x Monochrome Collective Art Fair

4545

community partners

83%83%

artists of color represented

$44K$44K

in artworks sold

$542K$542K

awarded directly to social entrepreneurs and civic-minded artists in 2020

Social Enterprise

In 2020, the Halcyon Incubator saw its single largest cohort in the history of the program, a feat made possible by a hybrid in-person and virtual model, and necessitated by the challenging environment COVID-19 created for early-stage entrepreneurs. As our fellow community continues to grow, our team works to build funding vehicles to help invest in their success, and this year we launched the Halcyon Angels to do just that, supporting not only Halcyon’s social entrepreneur fellows, but impact-driven businesses from the broader ecosystem.

Incubator Cohort 12 was in the middle of its residency when the pandemic hit and lockdowns began, but channeling true Halcyon nimbleness, they adapted well to finishing their programming virtually, and celebrated their hard work with an online showcase that proved our event programming could hold its own – and even expand its reach – in an online setting. Cohort 13 joined us a few months later, building camaraderie across continents, with fellows in Uganda, Malaysia, Canada, and the U.S.

We also welcomed the 2020 Opportunity Intensive fellows, all of whom are based in or serving DC’s Opportunity Zones. With monthly programming that ran throughout the year, the Opportunity Intensive fellows experienced every twist and turn of 2020 together, participating in two week-long residencies and culminating in a memorable showcase event. The success of this first cohort inspired us to seek funding to expand the Opportunity Intensive, and in September we announced a $1.5 million grant from the Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) to grow the Opportunity Intensive to two cohorts per year, reaching the greater DMV region starting in 2021.

Investing

In September, the Halcyon Angels closed their first round of investments – a pair of investments totalling $630,000. It was a notable moment not only because of the substantial size of the investments, signaling the angel network’s intentions moving forward, but because of the nature of the investments. The two ventures, Solstice and MajorClarity, represent two very different sectors (renewable energy and edtech), and one (Solstice) has a prior connection to Halcyon while the other does not.

For this new angel network, committed to sector-agnostic investing in the best early-stage impact-driven businesses, these two investments established an intent to make powerful contributions to ventures that meet a high standard for sustainability and scalability, whether they come through Halcyon’s fellowship pipelines or from the broader social enterprise ecosystem. Before the year was out, the Angels invested again, bringing their 2020 total to $745,000.

Meet The Fellows

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Arts

In the words of writer Toni Morrison, “This is precisely the time when artists go to work.” And as Arts Lab fellows wrestled with the impact of COVID-19 on the arts community, we offered them space to reflect, to plan, and to work. 

Cohort 3 fellows who were wrapping up their residency when lockdowns began were invited to stay, utilizing free housing and studio space into the summer. They finished their fellowship with a fresh take on an end-of-residency capstone project: a virtual exhibition taking place on Instagram, with each fellow taking over the account for three days in July. 

In September, six new multidisciplinary artists started their Halcyon journeys, determined to use this time to add their unique voices to a world that was craving newness and beauty, but was also grappling with hard truths. They, too, will have extended studio space as they continue to find their footing in a changing arts ecosystem and, as always, grow and evolve their practice. 

By the People

When a full festival wasn’t in the cards for 2020, it challenged us to look at the By The People platform – this extraordinary community art mechanism with the power to engage with partners large and small – and consider what its most essential purpose is, and what its purpose can be moving forward. 

For two years in 2018 and 2019, By The People brought free art to every corner of Washington, D.C., presenting established and emerging artists side by side. The 2019 festival included an element that was new, but proved incredibly engaging: a curated art fair that allowed over two dozen artists from the DMV region – some of whom had never sold work before, others of whom had work in museums – to offer their art to the community. It was the perfect element to hold onto for 2020 because we could deploy it virtually, manage it safely, and lift up working artists we knew could use our support.

The By The People x Monochrome Collective Art Fair launched online on July 12 with 119 artists represented and nearly 500 works available for purchase. Add curator “office hours” and a range of virtual artist talk events and without question, the event lived up to By The People’s tradition of bringing experimental, optimistic, free art programming to the community.

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art installation of gridded mat cut into pieces

Meet the Fellows

Jessica Valoris portrait

Jessica Valoris

Fargo Tbakhi portrait

Fargo Tbakhi

Imogen-Blue Hinojosa portrait

Imogen-Blue Hinojosa

Jamal Abrams portrait

Jamal Abrams

Jova Lynne portrait

Jova Lynne

SWAMP XADDiii portrait

SWAMP XADDiii

Community

We wish we could say we missed seeing you in 2020 – really, we do – but with a calendar that included more than 30 events, we’re pretty sure we saw you as often as ever.

When our programming went virtual in March, our team launched a pair of new event series: Breakfast With Halcyon and Virtual Studio Visit. Between the two, over two dozen Halcyon fellows were spotlighted for their work and their expertise in areas ranging from criminal justice, to health care, to accessibility. 

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Arts Community Day
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screenshot of colorful room Man Speaking in front of shoe collection Art Installation of typewriter and objects

In April, Halcyon’s arts team organized Arts Community Day, a collaboration with over a dozen other D.C.-based arts organizations.

The production included a welcome from fellows around the Over 500 registered guests came and went over the course of the seven-hour Zoom marathon, a celebration of creativity and resilience in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Each half-hour session was hosted by a different organization, with everything from studio tours and artist talks to virtual meditations and sessions on art collecting. A playlist of all thirteen segments from Arts Community Day is available.

Listen Here

Fall Highlight

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Halcyon Homecoming

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On October 1, fellows and community members from six continents joined us for a virtual celebration of Halcyon’s fellows, past and present – our first ever Halcyon Homecoming!

The production included a welcome from fellows around the world, remarks from our founders, stories of impact local to D.C., and even a throwback to the very first cohorts of social entrepreneur and artists fellows.

See Highlights

Financial Overview

Donor contributions to Halcyon go directly to funding its programs. Overhead and general operational costs are covered by founders’ contributions and use of existing assets.

Expenses

Program Expenses

Program Expenses

Social Enterprise $1,157,198

Halcyon Arts Lab $601,094

Halcyon Awards $234,695

By The People Festival $223,944

Halcyon Dialogue $12,640

Other Programs $72,817

Total Programming Expenses

$2,302,388

Revenue

Contributions $3,244,108

Programmatic Income $248,705

Total Revenue $3,492,813

*Total Revenue Including In-Kind Donation $6,538,203

Supporting Services Expenses

Supporting Services

General & Administrative $371,947

Fundraising $34,147

Total Supporting Services

$406,094

85% Program Expenses | 15% Supporting services

Thank you to our partners who donated countless hours in kind, helping to make our work possible:

Armed Services Art Partnership • Arnold & Porter • Baker Botts • Bracewell • Bronca • Chris Ferenzi Photography • Deloitte Consulting LLP • EastBanc Technologies • Foodhini • Halim A. Flowers • Keeback Inc • Kei S. Tolliver Law, LLC • Matt Fischer • Molly Joyce • Monochrome Collective_ • NaTakallam • No Limit Generation, Inc. • Resistance by Design • S&R Foundation • Sachiko Kuno • Score 3 Angels • SoaPen • Southeastern Roastery • Stag Creative Studio • Stephanie Greene • The Balvenie Ambassador East USA • The HR Sage • Thimble • Tim Ma • Total Wine & More • Treefort Management Consultants, LLC • Yolandra Hancock

Gratitude

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We are grateful for all the members of our Halcyon family, and the ways in which they fuel impact year after year.

halcyon board of directors

  • Chair of the Board, Sachiko Kuno, Ph. D., S&R Foundation
  • Patrice King Brickman, Inspire Capital, LLC
  • Teresa Carlson, Amazon Web Services Worldwide Public Sector
  • Michelle DiFebo Freeman, Carl M. Freeman Companies
  • W. Matthew Kelly, JBG Smith
  • Frank LaPrade, Capital One Corporation
  • Kevin Lavin, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
  • Jodie McLean, EDENS
  • Martha Metz, Metz Investments LP
  • Secretary of the Board, Kei Tolliver, Kei S. Tolliver Law

halcyon honorary board

  • Ami Aronson, Bernstein Family Foundation
  • Mary Ann Best, Bernstein Private Wealth Management
  • Debbie Driesman, Frank Islam and Debbie Driesman Foundation
  • Elisebeth Driscoll, Bank of America Private Bank
  • Matthew Indre, Total Wine & More
  • Mark C. Lowham, TTR/Sotheby’s International Realty
  • Mark McFadden, McFadden Partners COMPASS
  • David T. Menachery, Goldman Sachs
  • Rynthia Rost, IBM International Foundation
  • Wolf Ruzicka, Eastbanc Technologies
  • Jayne Sandman, The Brand Guild
  • Mitch Weintraub, Cordia Partners

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Haven

  • Sachiko Kuno Foundation
  • Bracewell
  • Arnold & Porter LLP 
  • Baker Botts
  • Capital One Bank
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Bank Of America
  • Deloitte
  • Healthworx
  • U.S. Economic Development Administration

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Access

  • Leana and Marc Katz
  • DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities
  • Carl M. Freeman Foundation 
  • eBay Foundation
  • AB Bernstein

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Launchpad

  • United States Department of Commerce
  • Sage Communications
  • GEICO
  • Kimsey Foundation
  • Catherine and Tom Tinsley
  • Bank of America Private Bank
  • Bernstein Family Foundation
  • Eiichiro and Yumi Kuwana
  • Total Wine & More

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Community

  • Natalie and Rashad Moore
  • Robert G. Hisaoka
  • Kathy Matsui
  • Barbara Hawthorn Interiors, Ltd
  • Marla and Barry Beck
  • Robert Dwyer
  • Kay Kendall and Jack Davies
  • Macklin Family Fund
  • Christopher Martin
  • Wells Fargo

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You power the world forward.

Thank you, Halcyon community, for your dedication to our work this year. You have invested in building a more equitable, safe, and joyful world. Through your contributions, sponsorships, mentorship and advisory, you continue to sustain our global impact and strengthen our haven for future Halcyon fellows. 

Our fellows have touched over two million lives, created nearly two thousand jobs, and have secured more than $124 million in further investments. Our artists have worked for over 8,500 hours in our studios and with over 108 community partners. Halcyon fellows continue to tackle the world’s greatest challenges with community-oriented solutions, and our work is critical in providing space, access, and community to these creatives, and a launchpad for their great successes. Your support has helped us change the trajectory of our fellows’ lives, and therefore the world, and we are grateful for you. 

If you would like to learn more about how to support our work, please visit www.halcyonhouse.org/donate.

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Opportunity

  • Arturo Brillembourg and Hilda Ochoa-Brillembourg
  • TD Charitable Foundation 
  • Lizette Corro
  • Halim Flowers
  • Pfizer
  • Courtney and David Straus
  • John Cuppoletti and Danuta Malinowska
  • Hamond Family Foundation

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Nurturing

  • John Buckley
  • Wendee Wolfson
  • Campion Hruby Landscape Architects
  • CastroHaase pllc
  • National Cherry Blossom Festival
  • Paul Matsui
  • Stephanie Benefield 
  • Tim Ma
  • Paul Opalack
  • Kavi Misrilall
  • Kei S. Tolliver Law 
  • Michael Long with the MITRE Corporation
  • Kiyoshi Nakasaka
  • Ken Grossinger & Micheline Klagsbrun, CrossCurrents Foundation
  • Kate Goodall
  • Mastercard
  • Thomas and Kathy Raffa
  • Lauri and John Mennel
  • Ken Kido
  • Stag Creative Studio
  • Bob and Linda Youngentob Family Foundation
  • Robert Goldstein
  • Sharapat and Eric Kessler
  • Andrea Lee-Zucker
  • Samier Mansur
  • Rick Martin
  • The Schaufeld Family Foundation
  • Asha and Guy Anthony
  • Katherine Brittain Bradley and David Bradley
  • Monochrome Collective
  • Martin Ditto
  • Seth Goldman and Julie Farkas
  • William Grant & Sons
  • Greater Washington Community Foundation
  • Pamela Gwaltney
  • Russell Katz
  • Mindy Lam 
  • Susanne Larsen
  • Annie Simonian Totah
  • Michelle Levister
  • Ann Yonemura
  • Foodhini
  • HR Sage
  • Aron Primack
  • Stephen Whisnant
  • Ask Dr. Yola
  • Shauna Brown
  • Catherine Wyler
  • Strada Education
  • Jay Newton-Small
  • Bruce Baschuk
  • Dwight Curry
  • Raymond Kimsey
  • Bea Van Roijen
  • Mai and Jim Abdo
  • Kymber and Bo Menkiti
  • Christopher Tucker
  • Lorrain Gallard 
  • Gazelle Hashemian
  • Jill Herscot and Andrew Bartley
  • Keeback
  • Richard Levy
  • Kyle McKuhen
  • Barbara O’Reilly
  • Jill and Burton White
  • Neal Wolin and Nicole Elkon
  • Carol Reynolds
  • Karina Burger
  • Matt Fischer, Altair Health
  • Ashley Robinson
  • John Hays
  • Scott Chatham and Allan Badovinac
  • Deborah Greene
  • Emi and Kunio Kikuchi
  • John Lee
  • Mercedes
  • Alex Morrison
  • Resistance By Design 
  • Roberta and Robert Meyers
  • Timothy Graf
  • Michael Kimsey
  • Belinda Collins
  • Mikel Blair
  • William Eggers
  • Peter Eisler
  • Rebecca Fishman
  • Samuel Freeman
  • Alberto Fierro Garza
  • Douglas Gill
  • Dustie Horn
  • Pamla Moore
  • Dawn O’Brien
  • Christopher Chaisson
  • Sarah Gorman
  • Sumiko Kambayashi
  • Bobby Kia
  • Paige and Tim Shirk
  • Paul Werdel
  • Anonymous 
  • Michael Auslin
  • Anna Barbour
  • Norman Bay
  • Ed and Juliet Jesson
  • Gail Schonfeld
  • Lori Carbonneau
  • Elena Fletcher
  • Armed Services Arts Partnership
  • Chris Ferenzi Photography
  • Sandhya Dayal
  • IssueVoter
  • Molly Joyce
  • NaTakallam
  • No Limit Generation
  • Jane Pinsky
  • Southeastern Roastery
  • Thimble
  • Zenit Journals
  • Aron Mujumdar
  • Stephen Carter
  • Amy MacKay
  • Quentin Smith
  • Joshua Vogel
  • Nicole Weissman and Nick Kruse
  • Kitty Eisele
  • Lisa Jacques
  • Deborah Levine
  • Stuart MacKenzie
  • Eric Warden
  • Mandi Wedin
  • Mary Elizabeth Gosselink
  • Camille Clark
  • Katie Shannon
  • Kelly Carnes
  • Kathy Chamberlain
  • Patty Simonton
  • Kevin Thompson
  • David Nicholas
  • Beth Aberg
  • Sunil Chhabra
  • Tom Crocker
  • Teresa Faria
  • Sara Goff
  • Barry Hartzberg
  • Richard Hinds
  • Bob and Joanne Indre
  • Isabelle Johnson
  • Mariama Kabia
  • Sarah Kuhn and David Steinberg
  • Sherry Lachman
  • Kathryn Langdon
  • Micki Leder
  • Deborah Lutterbeck
  • Deirdre MacWilliams
  • Paul Monsees
  • Bill Moroney
  • Gloria Nauden
  • Obi Okolo
  • Oscar Pedroso
  • Michael Perkins
  • Jennifer Romm
  • Jonathan Russin
  • Peggy Sparks
  • Richard Theis
  • Kirsten Torgersrud
  • Anna Bennett
  • Raul Cancelado
  • Laura Evans
  • Edgar Kozak
  • Scott Rechler
  • Victoria Wassmer
  • Jean Bagga
  • Andrew Blasi
  • Gillian Caldwell
  • Jan Canterbury
  • Tim Cox and Craig Cobine
  • Lars Dabney
  • Dahna Goldstein
  • Melissa and Leland Lim
  • Jennifer Marks
  • Nancy Miyahira
  • Chad Shuskey
  • Boramy Siek
  • Masae And Mark Uyeda
  • Melissa Wyers
  • David Schiff
  • Elizabeth Carriger
  • Deena Zeplowitz
  • Carla Chissell
  • Kevin Morgan
  • Rosie Gordon-Wallace
  • Dmitry Galkin
  • Florence Navarro
  • Sharif Atta
  • Bernadine Bacon-Irwin
  • Christine Bang
  • Karrye Braxton
  • Matthew Brown
  • Mary Case
  • Clayton Collier
  • Lauren Conn
  • Adriana Cordero
  • Helen Crowley
  • Gail Davenport
  • Bob Dinkel
  • Teresa Durkin
  • Lisa Friedlander
  • Cary Fuller
  • Kathleen Gibbons
  • Claudette Gomez
  • Elizabeth Graves
  • Barry Greenberg
  • Bob Guberman
  • KD Harris
  • Craig Jonas
  • Hannah Karl
  • Courtney Keene
  • Adele Kenworthy
  • Thomas McClain
  • Michael McShea
  • Sidhanta Mehra
  • David O’Leary
  • Daphna Peled
  • Laura Rodriguez
  • Elizabeth Royce
  • Julie Ryan
  • Heather Schimmel
  • Kathy Sgroi
  • John Shivdat
  • Taryn Stejskal
  • Laura Warnock
  • Kathe and Edwin Williamson
  • Margaret Young
  • Webster Young
  • Liz Dunn
  • Justin Fishkin
  • Kevin Flood
  • Farshid Jahed
  • Kathleen Norwood
  • Kim Pham
  • Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg
  • Bronca
  • Saira Cokinos
  • Nicole Dowd
  • Scott Eshom
  • John Fisk
  • Peter Glassman
  • Alison L. Johnson
  • Edward Joyce
  • Sabine Keinath
  • Des Lee
  • Roxana Ross
  • Candace Smith
  • SoaPen
  • Nancy Szalwinski
  • Bob Wagman
  • Debbie Young
  • Valerie Young
  • Brian Lane
  • Sam Owen
  • Lauren Rubenstein
  • Mine Sasaguri
  • Mike Malloy
  • Maryann Grunseth
  • Dorothy Moss
  • Andrew Jacobs and Sean Link
  • Sandy Guttman
  • Shalonda Ingram
  • Aga Kowalsky
  • Adrianna Smith
  • Tealye Long
  • Austin Jackson
  • Richard Adams
  • James Bayot
  • Aileen Beringer
  • Steven Bosacker
  • Mollie Bowman
  • Beth Cartland
  • Alain Chetrit
  • Scotty Crowe
  • Cheryl Crowell
  • Leslie Current
  • John Dierkes
  • Chanmuny Dy
  • Lynne Gartenhaus
  • Jennifer Hardy
  • Monika Jansen
  • Colette Loll
  • Mohini Malhotra
  • Brynna Morgan
  • Lindsey Mullarkey
  • Anthony Musa
  • Allison Nance
  • Juri Oka
  • Vanessa Peters
  • Andrea Segovia
  • Angelique Sina
  • Michael Summey
  • Stacie Whisonant
  • Emi Yamauchi
  • Yasmine Arrington
  • Janet Joyce Arzt
  • Eric Corens
  • Joanne Indre
  • Jen Meyers
  • Aya Nishimura
  • Nancy Proctor
  • Barbara Sulton
  • India Boland
  • Katherine Clayton
  • Dina Igoe
  • Jeffrey Prost-Greene
  • Michelle Rogers
  • Heather Sewell
  • Erica Wortham
  • Adriano Backes Pilla
  • Ari Raz
  • Merema Ahmed
  • Amy Bower
  • Rabiah Burk
  • Dottie Burton
  • Danielle Dabney
  • Christopher Kojzar
  • Megan Maher
  • Carmen Rodriguez
  • Sarah Thomas
  • Jennifer Vinson
  • Cynthia Warshaw
  • Fred Jackson
  • Caitlin Berry
  • Richard Bobo and Michael Lowenthal
  • Maggie Connolly
  • Jeanne Greco
  • Nicole Nessler-Stuhec
  • Michael Ross
  • Leah Mendelson
  • Amelia Carmen DeSorrento
  • Roger Fisher
  • Rosemary Hoffmann
  • Maria Pope
  • Samantha Ross
  • Alfred Watkins
  • Amir Browder
  • Sherri Anne Green
  • Erin Aucar
  • Anne Barnes
  • Aaron Baum
  • Becki Berumen
  • Leela Bhatia-Newman
  • Brenda Brown-Paul
  • Sarah Burford
  • Angela Christensen
  • Elizabeth Close
  • Cynthia Connolly
  • Howard Gayle
  • Sondra Greene
  • Carlos Hasbun
  • William Hegwood
  • Deborah Hurtt
  • Rose Jaffe
  • Zeenat Jetha
  • Lauren Kane
  • Jessica Linback
  • Ethan Maron
  • Meridith McKinley
  • Jill Nevius
  • Sade Powell
  • Christine Saffold
  • Amy Seago
  • Lynette Wilcox
  • Festus Aliba
  • Khush Designs
  • Ebony Dumas
  • Nicole Fisher
  • Amy Lokoff
  • Roberta Moore
  • Nora Parent
  • Vidhi Shah
  • William Risen
  • Alyson Aliano
  • Mary Awosika
  • Anthony Belotti
  • Helen Criales
  • David De Padua
  • Elisa Hamilton
  • Marlene Harrison
  • Hope Holmes
  • Aisha Imam
  • Ben Kirst
  • Alyssa Lovegrove
  • Jazzmine Melendez
  • Eta Nahapetian
  • Peter Phalen
  • Amanda Pirri
  • Kathryn Rubin
  • Daniel Stewart
  • Emi Yasukawa
  • Nita Fisher
  • Benjamin Jacobs
  • James Jacobs
  • Alina Liao
  • Jenna May
  • Stella Tarnay
  • Ksenia Gray
  • Tamara Johnson
  • Susanne Joyner
  • George Pottanat
  • Libby Rasmussen
  • Simone Scott
  • Seth Downing
  • Jeffrey Cunard
  • Izuo-Ere Digifa
  • Apoorv Karmakar
  • Britt Sankofa
  • Hicham Difallah

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Halcyon Mentors, Partners, and Advisors

  • 11th Street Bridge Park
  • Laila Abdul-Hadi Jaallah
  • Paul Adler
  • Ayesha Ali
  • Betsy Alley
  • Josh Alloy
  • Jordan Amirkhani
  • Arlington Arts Center
  • Hosanna Asfaw-Means
  • Joseph Babler
  • Joseph Babler
  • Tom Balderston
  • John Balkam
  • Gabriel Batista
  • Evan Beard
  • Wesley Becton IV
  • Barbara Beizer
  • Shelly Bell
  • Brenda Bertholf
  • Maurice Boissiere
  • Paul Boudrye
  • Amy Bower
  • Melissa Bradley
  • Patrice Brickman
  • Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell
  • Capital One
  • Arturo Caraballo
  • Nicole Cardell
  • Rose Carter
  • John Casey
  • Faya Causey
  • Ricardo Celleri
  • Eric Chapman
  • Andrew Chen
  • Brad Chin
  • Elizabeth Cho-Fertikh
  • Hannah Cole
  • Angie Collier
  • Bill Collier
  • Belinda Collins
  • Tim Cox
  • Nicole Cuervo
  • CulturalDC
  • Shannon Cummings
  • Larry Cynkin
  • Lars Dabney
  • Ed Deibert
  • Julie Diaz-Asper
  • Tim Doud
  • Emily Durfee
  • Hans Dyke
  • Noah Eden
  • Toria Edmonds-Howell
  • Bill Eggers
  • Ellen Eisenberg
  • Howard Eisenberg
  • Philip Eliot
  • Isabel Ernst
  • Aaron Feierstein
  • Tassilo Festetics
  • Edward Findlay
  • Robert Fischbeck
  • Kevin Flood
  • Andrew Foote
  • Chris Foss
  • Lisa Friedlander
  • Elizabeth Gardiner
  • Abe Gitterman
  • Elif Gokcigdem
  • Andy Gordon
  • Nora Gordon
  • David Gorodetski
  • Libby Graves
  • Saisha Grayson
  • Carlye Greene
  • Alisha Griffey
  • Sandy Guttman
  • Paul Hailey
  • Dory Halati
  • Kathleen Hale
  • Hamiltonian Artists
  • Mark Hanson
  • Leila Hay
  • Steve Heller
  • HommeDC
  • Andy Horne
  • Jessica Howard
  • Alice Hu
  • Olivia Huffman
  • Phillipa Hughes
  • Henry Hunter
  • Kelley Hussey
  • William Huster
  • IA&A at Hillyer
  • Farah Imtiaz
  • Shalonda Ingram
  • Stacey Jackson
  • Irfana Jetha Noorani
  • Andy Johnson
  • Susan Jones
  • Jim Joseph
  • Christina Kang
  • William Kasper
  • Courtney Keene
  • Shelby Kelley
  • Lorelei Kelly
  • Jay Kenny
  • Craig Kettler
  • Ken Kido
  • Nate Kim
  • Dan Kleinbaum
  • Brennan Klose
  • Sasha Klose
  • Mari Kurashi
  • Kalsoom Lakani
  • Alan Langelli
  • Kevin Lavin
  • Christina Lee
  • Ginny Lee
  • Jeff Lee
  • Peter Lee
  • Lisa Lerma
  • Michelle Levister
  • Joyce Liow
  • Philip Luca
  • Wendy Luke
  • Wasay Mabood
  • Jessica Majno
  • Monique Maley
  • Alisha Malkani
  • Mike Malloy
  • Helen Manich
  • Robin Marquis
  • Dave McCarthy
  • Colleen McDuffie
  • Jessica McGlyn
  • Meg McNeill
  • Allison Meade
  • Peter Mellen
  • Carol Melton
  • John Mennel
  • Gouri Mirpuri
  • Pavel Mitryaev
  • Mili Mittal
  • Monochrome Collective
  • Carmen Montoya
  • Rashad Moore
  • Kevin Morgan
  • Susan Morita
  • Alex Morrison
  • Blair Murphy
  • Allison Nance
  • Sri Nannapaneni
  • Nick Netchvolodoff
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