Best DC vistas from the Top (with a glass of wine in your hand)

This Blog is dedicated to all urbanites that love rooftops. We adore rooftops for the fresh air, the stargazing and pleasing aerial views, especially when it comes to a city like DC, with a European touch in architecture, low buildings and its natural beauty. Spring should be around the corner, unless it has decided to completely abandon us this year. Eitherway, I’m getting you rooftop lovers ready to enjoy springtime with a glass of wine in your hand (or not – #fellowlife). Some of these DC spots do not require wine, so feel free to enter for free! 😛

Navigating Women’s Health Services in Washington DC – Tips

 

This blog post is inspired by my personal experience, as a female Atlas Corps Fellow, in her sixth month of Fellowship in D.C, on a “travel plan” insurance (our insurance is as basic as a travel insurance). Therefore, I’m writing to share with you what I learned from a broad “market research” while browsing many different options of Health Clinics to find out their prices and services regarding Women’s health issues (precisely, consultation about Birth Control pills and Pap Smear Test). Hope this post helps to guide you through a smoother journey to your health needs as a woman, prior and post arrival in the States, especially if you’re serving in DC. 

Enhancing Communication between elements of Atlas Corps Fellowship

Being an Atlas Corps Fellow means being part of a community that expands every day in staff and Fellows, but that is also keen on cultivating an “Atlas Corps Fellow” identity as we go through this experience, all together.
As a relatively new Atlas Corps Fellow I found it confusing to correlate faces with positions and communication channels for Atlas Corps staff or Fellows. I really wanted to create a sense of an Atlas Corps community that shares and connect with all stakeholders, perceiving this as the core to shape my own identity as an Atlas Corps FELLOW.
Also, this was for me part of the process of creating my own home in a foreign country and culture for the upcoming 12 months.
Furthermore, in order to get a clear idea of what we have become through the work of the current fellow committees, I decided to search for the missing pieces in my mind of the Atlas Corps puzzle. What I came up with is a visual scheme, given that I really enjoyed drawing as a kid (:P).
I want you to see my blog not only as a simple diagnosis of a structure but rather as the mapping of communication channels between Fellows and Atlas Corps. Being able to spot where your bridges with Atlas Corps are, means recognizing a space, to enhance your experience and impact the fellow community.
Here are some key contacts of Fellow Committees and Staff Liaisons:
(Email) – Fellow Committees contactcommittees@atlascorps.org (all committees)
Executive Committee
Partnerships Committee
Social and Cultural Committee
Training and Talent Management Committee
Communications Committee
(CC:)- Staff Liaisons
– Executive Committee Liaisons: Scott Beale scott@atlascorps.org & Kelly Reid kelly@atlascorps.org
– Partnerships Committee Liaisons: Alissa Fenandez alissa@atlascorps.org
– Social and Cultural Committee Liaisons: Emma Almon emma@atlascorps.org & Zachary Morrice zachary@atlascorps.org
– Training and Talent Management Committee Liaisons: Sara Tariq training@atlascorps.org
– Communications Committee Liaisons: comm@atlascorps.org
 
PDF Copy of the Image: Atlas Corps Org Chart