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Women Who Mean Business: Kim R. Ford

Stephanie Shipman, Contributing Writer

“Ford’s familiarity with Martha’s Table and her education background are serving her well as the nonprofit expands to support residents on both sides of the Anacostia River.”

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Patty Stonesifer retiring from Martha’s Table

Patty Stonesifer, the founding CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation who took over Martha’s Table Inc. nearly six years ago, is stepping down next summer.

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Exclusive: Martha’s Table has a buyer for its 14th Street NW headquarters

The non-profit has contracted with Madison Investments, which will likely build residential and retail.

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For Joe and Lynne Horning, this development is personal

The longtime apartment developer’s family fund gives 8 acres and $10 million for The Commons, a project they hope will leave a lasting legacy near historic Anacostia.

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Martha’s Table selling longtime headquarters on 14th Street NW

The nonprofit will operate out of Anacostia and Columbia Heights beginning in 2018. Meanwhile, here’s an opportunity for a buyer in the U Street Corridor.

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Corporate Social Responsibility Q&A: Lindsey Fredric Buss

Lindsey Buss is senior officer of community connections at World Bank Group.

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