Sarah Eckhardt works with the Institute for Justice studying constitutional law and economics policy. She was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa while at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, from where she graduated with a bachelors of science  in Economics and Mathematics in 2023. Sarah is a collector of bizarre facts, an amateur violinist, and a…

Elected to PBK at University of Mississippi (beta), 2020 Clen Damon Moore graduated from Ole Miss’s Honors Program summa cum laude in 1986, where he was awarded the University’s highest award for individual academic achievement: the Taylor Medal. He studied at Oriel College, Oxford University, as a Rhodes Scholar before graduating from medical school at…

Catherine Stallsmith is the CURRENT Vice President of Chapter Relations of DCPBK. She is currently studying for her Masters in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies. After graduation, she will join the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Foreign Service as a Democracy, Rights, and Governance Officer. She was inducted…

President

Niku Neshati is the President of the Board for the DC Area Phi Beta Kappa Association, having previously served on the Executive Committee as the Membership & Outreach Coordinator (2022-2023). Niku has been a DCPBK member since 2017. As president, she leads quarterly board meetings, represents DCPBK externally, maintains relations with other local associations and…

First Vice President

Paul Lubliner, past president of the D.C. Area Phi Beta Kappa Association, now serves as a member of its Executive Committee.

Liz Marshall Anderson is an associate at Morvillo LLP where she advises clients on complex and sensitive government investigations and related white collar matters

Executive Committee

Kate Hannon graduated summa cum laude from Boston University in 2010 as a History and Political Science double major.

Executive Committee

Carol Bontempo graduated “with highest honors” from the University of Connecticut in 1962, with a double major in English and History. She was a University Scholar, and was elected to both Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi (Mortar Board) in 1961.