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NoMa Business Improvement District (BID) President Liz Price has announced that she will be stepping down from her post at the helm of the BID later this summer. Ms. Price will be relocating to Frankfurt, Germany, for a few years with her children and husband, a German national, in September. The NoMa BID Board of Directors has begun an immediate search for a chief executive officer to replace her.

“It will be very tough to fill Liz’s shoes,” said NoMa BID Board Chair Bruce Baschuk, Chairman of The J Street Companies. “Since she assumed her responsibilities in 2007, Liz has done an incredible job of building the organization and shaping the character and image of the neighborhood itself.  NoMa is the fastest growing neighborhood in the city and the BID is recognized citywide as an effective, creative and collaborative organization – and Liz has been the driving force behind this success. We are sad to see her go, but wish her all the best in her next adventure.”

“The decision to leave is bittersweet,” said Price.  “I am grateful for the tremendous opportunity I had to lead the BID during this exciting time in NoMa’s evolution.  I have never had a job that was more rewarding, challenging, impactful or fun.  I am so proud of what we accomplished over the last four years, especially the wonderful and talented team we have assembled who will continue to propel the neighborhood to new heights.”

The Board hopes to fill the President position as soon as possible.  Those interested in applying for the position should contact Louise Stoner Crawford at [email protected] or (202) 441-8913.  View a full job description on the NoMa BID web site.

Since Ms. Price helped launch the NoMa BID in May 2007, the BID has grown to six full-time staffers and seven ambassadors, plus a Clean Team of 15 people contracted through Gospel Rescue Ministries.

Notable BID accomplishments during Price’s tenure include:


About NoMa

NoMa is a vibrant, growing neighborhood north of Union Station and the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. In the last five years, private developers have invested more than $3 billion in the 35-block area covered by the NoMa BID, and have plans to develop more than 20 million square feet of office, residential, hotel, and retail space. In 2010, more than 6,000 people moved into NoMa to live or work; and eight new retailers opened for business. NoMa has 15 modes of transportation, including two Red Line Metro stops, and the best biking facilities in DC, with the only East Coast Bikestation, the 8-mile Met Branch Trail, and six Capital Bikeshare stations. NoMa is the most connected neighborhood in Washington, DC. For more information about NoMa, visit and sign up for our bimonthly newsletter. Follow us on Twitter @NoMaBID; or Facebook at

To Apply

Submit cover letter, resume and 3 references by August 19th, 2011 to Louise Stoner Crawford at [email protected]. View the full job description.
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