Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation awarded $100,000 Exponent Awards for nonprofit leadership to: Mary Brown, executive director, Life Pieces to Masterpieces, Julie Chapman, president, NP Power Greater DC Region, Steve Galen, president and CEO, Primary Care Coalition of Montgomery County, Anne Corbett, executive director, Cultural Development Corporation, Veronica Nolan, executive director, Urban Alliance.
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