The legacy of the black elite is that if you are accepted by Washington’s black society (with its base in Howard University and government positions), you were accepted everywhere. Today, D.C.’s 10 most powerful fresh faces continue in the tradition of knowing and being known, influencing the influencers and cultivating an infinite network of high-powered friends and allies.
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Seattle University School of Law alum Angela Rye serves as the executive director and general counsel to the Congressional Black Caucus. Rye is tasked with developing the overall legislative and political strategy for the caucus.