Senator Kelly Ayotte
United States Senator (R-NH)
Kelly Ayotte currently serves as New Hampshire’s junior United States Senator.
Mary E. Begley
Principal, Arlington Science Focus School
Mary E. Begley earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary and secondary education and a master’s degree in reading instruction from Bowling Green State University.
Congresswoman Shelley Berkley
As dynamic as the community she serves, Congresswoman Shelley Berkley has represented the families of Nevada’s First Congressional District since 1999 and is currently in her seventh term as a Member of the U.S.
Assistant Chief Patrick A. Burke
Assistant Chief of Police, DC, Metropolitan Police Department
Assistant Chief Patrick A. Burke has over 21 years of service with the Metropolitan Police Department and currently serves as the Assistant Chief of the MPD’s Strategic Services Bureau.
Chief of Staff to Congressman Danny Davis
Yul Edwards is the current Chief of Staff to Representative Danny K. Davis and has spent over ten years in Washington, DC.
Former Captain of the USA Women’s Soccer Team and Olympic Medalist
In honor of our 20th Anniversary, The Century Council is proud to honor and highlight people who make a difference in our 20 People to Watch.
Founder and President, Girl Talk
In 2002, at age 15, Girl Talk founder and executive director Haley Kilpatrick dreamed of a program that would help middle school girls deal with the pressures and anxieties of being a young teen.
Shamila is entering her senior year at Drew University and will graduate in June 2012 with a major in political science and a minor in women’s studies.
Attorney General Chris Koster
Missouri State Attorney General
Chris Koster was sworn in as the 41st Attorney General of the state of Missouri on January 12th, 2009.
Attorney General Rob McKenna
Washington State Attorney General
Rob McKenna is serving his second term as Washington’s 17th Attorney General.
Physical Education Specialist, Julia Randall Elementary School
Donna Moore received her Bachelor’s in physical education from Arizona State University and a Master’s degree from Northern Arizona University in educational leadership.
Executive Director of DC Scores
Amy Nakamoto, a native of Falls Church, Va., began her tenure at DC SCORES in 2006.
Apolo Anton Ohno
Short Track Speed Skater and Eight-Time Olympic Medalist
Apolo Anton Ohno, born May 22, 1982 is a short-track speed skater whose eight Winter Olympic medals have earned him the distinction of being the most decorated American Winter Olympian in history.
Product Manager, Google.org
Prem Ramaswami has been a Product Manager at Google since 2006. Currently, Prem is on educational leave attending Harvard Business School.
President and CEO, Traffic Injury Research Foundation
Robyn Robertson is currently the President and CEO of the Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF), a charitable, independent road safety research institute.
Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen obtained her Associate of Arts degree from Miami-Dade Community College, Bachelors and Masters Degree in Education from Florida International University, and a Doctorate in Education from
Dr. Howard J. Shaffer
Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School
Remmi Smith is the 11 year old star and host of “The Culinary Kid,” a show that teaches kids that cooking healthy is fun. The show came about when Remmi and her mother grew concerned about the childhood
Stephen K. Talpins
CEO and Chairman of the Board, National Partnership on Alcohol Misuse and Crime
In honor of our 20th Anniversary, The Century Council is proud to honor and highlight people who make a difference in our 20 People to Watch. Stephen K.
Senator Tom Udall
United States Senator (D-NM)
US Senator Tom Udall became New Mexico’s 17th United States Senator on January 6, 2009, after two decades of public service as U.S. Representative and New Mexico’s State Attorney General.