Yvette LaGonterie pursues her interest in African-American history and genealogy by undertaking research on behalf of her extended family, connecting them with their history in DC. She has presented her research at the City Tavern Club, Dumbarton House, and the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society. Yvette is a cousin of Guild member Lynette Clarke.
Yvette is retired from a 37-year federal government career where she held senior positions in immigration policy and operations, international affairs, and homeland security. She holds a B.A. in Mass Communications with a minor in African American History, and a Master’s degree in public administration.
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Attendees who register by the deadline and attend the entire presentation will earn 1 Continuing Education Credit (CEU).