MVT CID Welcomes Fanfan Jiang as Summer Intern Volunteer
Thursday June 12, 2014
The Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District (MVT CID) is pleased to welcome Fanfan Jiang as our summer intern volunteer. Fanfan recently earned her Masters of Science in Finance at American University’s Kogod School of Business and will be assisting the CID with economic development research, analysis of data, public realm improvements, and execution of community events.
MVT CID President, Claire Schaefer Oleksiak, welcomed Fanfan, saying, “Fanfan brings a wealth of knowledge, a refreshing inquisitive interest in everything we do and a strong analytical background to the CID. She has already immersed herself in several research and analysis projects and joined us in welcoming dozens of retail brokers last week at our Retail Broker Event. We look forward to working with Fanfan this summer and invite you to stop in and say “hello”.”
Ms. Jiang earned her BS in Economics, International Economics and Trade from Qingdao University in Qingdao, China and has been working as a research assistant at the Kogod School of Business while earning her Masters Degree. She played a leadership role in the Chinese Scholar & Student Association at American University and we recently learned that she is learning to play drums as her latest hobby. She is a member of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) DC.
About The Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District
The Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District is a private, nonprofit organization established to enhance the overall quality of life for residents, visitors, employees and property owners in the Mount Vernon Triangle (MVT) neighborhood in Downtown DC. Celebrating its 10th Anniversary in 2014, the MVT CID is considered to be one of DC’s best examples of a mixed-use community. The MVT is at the heart of the City—both geographically and culturally. Its boundaries include 56 city block fronts within the East End of downtown Washington, D.C., bordered by Seventh Street, Massachusetts Avenue, New York Avenue and New Jersey Avenue, NW. The MVT is a welcoming, authentic, and centered neighborhood that mirrors the City’s unique mix of historic and modern buildings, longtime and new residents, and diverse cultures, restaurants, and experiences. We invite you to explore our website at mvtcid.org or follow us on Facebook and Twitter @MVTCID.