November 9, 2022
The Honorable Phil Mendelson Chairman
Councilof the District of Columbia
John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 504
Washington, DC 20004
Dear Chairman Mendelson:
In accordance with section 2of the Confirmation Act of 1978, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law
2-142; D.C. Official Code 1-523.01), and pursuant to D.C. Official Code 16-1052, I am pleased
to nominate the following person:
Ms, Dana King
2nd Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
for appointment as a community representative memberof the Domestic Violence Fatality
Review Board, replacing Karen Barker Marcou, for a term to end July 20, 2025.
Enclosed you will find biographical information detailing the experience of the above-mentioned
nominee, together with a proposed resolution to assist the Council during the confirmation process.
I would appreciate the Councils earliest consideration of this nomination for confirmation.
Please do not hesitate to contact me, or Steven Walker, Director, Mayor's Office of Talent and
Appointments, should the Council require additional information.
ZB Phil Mendelson
at the request of the Mayor
A PROPOSED RESOLUTION
IN THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
To confirm the appointment of Ms. Dana King to the Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board.
RESOLVED, BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this
7 resolution may be cited as the Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board Dana King
18 Confirmation Resolution of 2022.
20 Sec. 2. The Council of the District of Columbia confirms the appointment of:
22 Ms. Dana King
23 2nd Street, NW
24 Washington, DC 20001
27 as a community representative member of the Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board,
28 pursuant to D.C. Official Code 16-1052, replacing Karen Barker Marcou, for a term to end July
29 20, 2025.
30 Sec. 3. The Council of the District of Columbia shall transmit a copy of this resolution,
31 upon its adoption, to the nominee and to the Office of the Mayor.
32 Sec. 4. This resolution shall take effect immediately.
HART, Education: Bachelorof Arts | Columbia Univesity Juris
DANA MIG KING Doctorate | Harvard Law School
Washington D.C., USA
Emotionally intelligent leader able to navigate different cultural contexts m engage, align, and influence diverse stakcholles and
competing agendas. Highly alept at managing and navigating politically sensitive bsues with confidentiality and independence and mobilizing human and
financial sources to translate strategic priorities inw evidence-based policies and programs that deliver resuls. Grant specialist who undertakes in-
depth research to identify grantees and channel appropriate suppor. People managerableto develop collaborative, diverse teams that deliver results.
Native English speaker; full professional proficiency in Spanish and French.
INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK(IDB) 2008Present
Lead IDB's governance investment sregy andcountry dialogue for Panam, Bahamas, Belize,and Nicaragua, Reeruitand managean expert team to
administer 4 100-milion-dollat loan and gran portfolio.
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SECOPA, a 21.7 milion grant project, piloted wrap-around violence prevention services in Panama,inching 4integrated sevice
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coexistace, and implemavation of an intervention model for incareerated youth that reduced recidivismby 25%.
Strengthening of Nicaragua's: National Statistical System, a $4.4 million grant project,increased the capacityof Nicaragua's national
Statistical agency and statistical system
Lead$35M digial transformation programs inThe Babvenss, which succeededinregistering 20%ofBahanians for online account, putting
key govemment services online, nd implementing a govemment interoperability platform in a2-yearperiod
Monitor the quality of outputs and achievementofcountry-specificannual goals for IDB Governance Sector.
Identifyand communicatebestpracticesandresults from IDB's workin the field. 3 projects highlighted in the IDB's annual Development
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Caribbean,fctatingeross-govemmentalcoordination and collaboration to accelerate strategic goals.
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