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Former D.C. Councilmember David Grosso joins DC SCORES Board of Directors

DC SCORES, an award-winning youth development nonprofit that provides free afterschool programs and summer camps for 3,000+ D.C. kids at Title I schools and at recreation centers in neighborhoods characterized by entrenched poverty, announced today that David Grosso, former D.C. Councilmember and now Partner at Arent Fox, has joined its Board of Directors.

As a part of DC SCORES’ Board, David will contribute his expertise in local government affairs and help guide the growth of a beloved community institution that leverages the power of soccer, spoken word, and service-learning to keep kids physically fit, mentally resilient, and engaged in school. that combines soccer, poetry and spoken word, and service-learning into a free afterschool program.

“We’re honored to welcome such a distinguished public servant onto our Board. David’s deep commitment to the children of Washington, D.C. is legendary, and his expertise will be invaluable as we work to serve every D.C. child who needs a team to call their own.”

Bethany Rubin Henderson, DC SCORES’ CEO

As a Partner at Arent Fox, David is a part of the DC Business & Policy practice that provides regulatory and advocacy services in the city where federal and local government intersect.

“I’m very proud to join this organization as a board member after years of witnessing the impact their work has on thousands of young people every year in D.C. The confidence, self-awareness, and leadership qualities that DC SCORES participants develop through this program have an incredibly positive impact on this city and its residents.”

David P. Grosso, Partner

During his 8-year tenure as an At-Large Councilmember, David made historic contributions to the education and arts and humanities sectors. As Chairman of the Council Committee on Education, David secured four straight years of increased investments in education, created and funded the Office of Out of School Time Grants and Youth Outcomes, and passed the Title IX Athletic Equity Act. An ardent arts advocate, he also secured dedicated funding for the Commission on the Arts and Humanities and created ArtsActionDC, a coalition of more than 100 individual artists and arts organizations that now have an active voice in the District’s creative industry.

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