We're getting ready to plant some herbs in our own version of a Victory Garden. Did you know that Victory gardens actually started in WWI? Much of DC federal land was divided into community vegetable gardens and citizens were encouraged to plant every square foot of available land on their property. Twenty million U.S. households, over 25%, had gardens to aid the war effort in 1918!
New Virtual Backgrounds
We've added a couple new images of classic Woodrow Wilson House settings and collections on our website for you to use as a background on your next conference call.
Visit our home page orclick this link to find them, along with instructions on how to create your virtual background.
Elizabeth Karcher Featured in Women Leadership Magazine
Elizabeth Karcher, Executive Director of the Woodrow Wilson House, was featured in the most recent issue of Women Leadership Magazine where she speaks on her role of advancing entrepreneurial women in the Washington, D.C area. Click here and head to page 21 to check out her column. Well done, Elizabeth!
We're going interactive!
Help us by donating your old iPad or iPad stand as we update our orientation space with info stations.