On Thursday, November 9th, at The Hamilton Live, Crittenton Services of Greater Washington raised more than $250,000, including $25,000 through the live appeal at the 129th Anniversary Celebration.
My success is not a mere accident. It is an outcome of the caring people and support provided by my Crittenton family."
– Patricia Burbano
Alumna of Crittenton's PEARLS program and graduate of Gaithersburg High School.
Thanks to our Sponsors!
Thanks to our Host Committee!
The Big Event
During our 129th Celebration, we spotlighted our 2017 Crittenton Leadership Award honorees. Each honoree was introduced by a Crittenton alumna who shared their own story of success and reflected on their interview with their honoree. Every Crittenton alumna spoke of their honoree's inspiring career of accomplishment and life of giving to our community. Each honoree is a powerful champion and a role model for our teen girls.
Kimmie Wilson, Crittenton alumna, Brendan Carr, FCC Commissioner and Kathleen Abernathy, 2017 Crittenton Leadership Award
Honoree and Special Counsel at Wilkinson Barket Knauer LLP.
Everything we can do to encourage and help the next generation of girls and young women is time well spent. Every dollar we give to programs like Crittenton is a powerful investment in a teen girls' future.
– Kathleen Abernathy, 2017 Leadership Award Honoree
2017 Crittenton Leadership Honorees
Special Counsel, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP
Regional Director of External and Legislative Affairs, AT&T
District 4 Councilmember, Montgomery County Council
Executive Vice President, Business Operations & Regulatory Affairs (Ret.), Edison Electrical Institute
Crittenton was thrilled to host a growing community of 35 community-minded sponsors, over 250 guests, and a dozen Crittenton alumnae. Crittenton Services CEO and President, Pam Jones said, “Crittenton continues to grow and thrive because of the commitment of people like those that filled the room at our 129th Anniversary Celebration. Without them, we are just a good idea. With them, we are changing lives together.”
Thank you to all that made our 129th Anniversary Celebration a success.