USCHS Staff: VFW Building

The VFW Building, Maryland Avenue

The Society is located on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. We work in the same building and floor where Chief Justice Earl Warren led the commission that investigated the Kennedy assassination and issued the Warren Report.

Contact Us!

U.S. Capitol Historical Society
200 Maryland Avenue NE
Washington, D.C. 20002

P: (202) 543-8919 and the extension listed below.


Please contact or call (202) 543-8919 ext. 11.

Jane L. Campbell is a career public servant with a passion for history and currently serves as the fourth President and CEO of the U.S. Capitol Historical Society. Campbell made history as the first and only female Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. She also served as Chief of Staff for Senator Mary Landrieu, playing an instrumental role in the recovery efforts following Hurricane Katrina and the Gulf oil spill. As the Staff Director for the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, she directed policy for small businesses. As a Senior Advisor to Senator Maria Cantwell, she focused on women's entrepreneurship and access to capital. In all of her work, Campbell built bipartisan policy partnerships. She also led the Washington Office of the National Development Council, using her influence to shape federal public policy in areas such as small business lending and low-income housing. Ms. Campbell is committed to using her leadership and expertise to build a brighter future for the Society and the communities it serves.
The Hon. Jane L. Campbell, Fourth President of the USCHS
The Honorable Jane L. Campbell
President and CEO
Our Team

Programming and Support

Phone: 202-543-8919 ext. 37


Steve Livengood, Chief Guide and Public Historian: x17

Caren Cannon, Scheduler & Executive Assistant: x10

Eric Denyer, Education Specialist: x22

Vincent Gonzalez, Public History Manager: x27

Kelly Ryan, Communications Associate: x31

Development and Membership

Phone: 202-543-8919 ext. 23


Jazzmin Perry, Development & Communications Manager: x21


Phone: 202-543-8919 ext. 29


Vince Scott, Operations Manager: x24

Sean Clary, Fulfillment Clerk: x33

Sharron Randolph, Fulfillment Clerk: x35

Senior Advisors

USCHS Finances:

Mission & History: Fred Schwengal

About Us

Discover the heart of American history with the U.S. Capitol Historical Society! Founded in 1962, the U.S. Capitol Historical Society has proudly worked to preserve and share the history of the Capitol, the Congress, and the people who work therein. As a nonpartisan, educational 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, the Society was chartered by Congress in 1978, in part, “to foster and increase an informed patriotism.” In service of this mission, the Society conducts historical tours of the Capitol Building, hosts both virtual and in-person public history programming, publishes scholarly research in various aspects of Capitol History, coordinates a digital civics education resource hub for teachers, manages a renowned civics education field trip program for Title I D.C. public school students, and commissions works of fine art for the Capitol collections.