Sharee Lawler

Sharee Lawler is a recovering political junkie. After many years of invoking the First Amendment right of a Fortune 100 company to petition the government for redress of grievances (aka, lobbying for Big Business), she got her MBA and left government affairs to to offer business strategy and communications consulting geared towards small businesses. She and her husband lived on the Hill for 12 years, during which time she was, variously, an entrepreneur, lobbyist, volunteer, student, gardener, jogger, cyclist and hostess of many a backyard barbecue. You can contact Sharee at ShareeTheHillIsHome [at] gmail [dot] com.

Sharee Lawler
12 Jan 2015


Delays Around Town

If you work for the DC Government, you’re likely reading this from your desk (if so, can someone let me know when my garbage and recycling from last week will be picked up??).  Everyone else? Chances are you’re warming up the pancake griddle or already sitting in your weekend seat at a favorite coffee shop.  Here’s a […]

19 Dec 2014


Holiday Gift Guide Round Up

It’s less than a week until Christmas and you still need a gift for your in-laws.  Face it, anything you order online at this point won’t make it on time, so skip the digital shopping cart and pick up a fun gift from a local business.  Then there are the last minute trifles: a little something for work colleagues, a […]

12 Dec 2014

Things We Take For Granted:

Ward 6 Council Staff

Since 2007, Tommy Wells has represented Ward 6 on the DC Council. During that time, he has helped foster transformative development across the ward, worked with the community to improve schools, increased transportation options throughout the city and gotten rid of plastic bags, to name just a few of his accomplishments. He has served ethically, […]

10 Nov 2014


Local Non-Profit Recognized by L’Oreal

Corinne Cannon, Founder of the DC Diaper Bank, has been recognized as a Woman of Worth by L’Oreal Paris USA. The distinction earns the Diaper Bank $10,000, with a shot at $25,000.  Cannon is one of ten finalists for the top prize, chosen from more than 4,000 nominations. The DC Diaper Bank helps more than 2,500 […]

05 Sep 2014

Weekend East City Event Round Up: Calm before the Festivals Edition

Friday, September 5 Touchstone– 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Three concurrent exhibitions will showcase figurative works by ceramicist Bill Mould,  photographs of decaying cars by Pete McCutchen and a group show by the gallery’s member artists with an avian theme. For more information on all three exhibitions, click here. Touchstone Gallery is located at 901 […]

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