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.
Ms. Campbell, a career public servant with a passion for history, serves as the the U.S. Capitol Historical Society's fourth President and CEO. As the first and only woman to serve as Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio, she brings significant experience from her time in the United States Congress. Ms. Campbell served as Chief of Staff for Senator Mary Landrieu, leading efforts in recovering from Hurricane Katrina and the Gulf oil spill. She also directed policy for small businesses as Staff Director for the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Later, as Senior Advisor to Senator Maria Cantwell, she focused on access to capital and women's entrepreneurship. Ms. Campbell's work consistently involved building bipartisan policy partnerships. She also led the Washington Office of the National Development Council, influencing federal public policy in areas such as low-income housing and small business lending. With her leadership and expertise, Ms. Campbell is dedicated to shaping a brighter future for the Society and the communities it serves.
Samuel Holliday, Director of Operations and Scholarship: x37
Steve Livengood, Chief Guide and Public Historian: x17
Caren Cannon, Scheduler & Executive Assistant: x10
Eric Denyer, Education Specialist: x22
Vincent Gonzalez, Program & Administrative Associate: x27
Kelly Ryan, Communications Associate: x31
Janae Henry, Senior Manager of eCommerce & Marketing: x29
Vince Scott, Operations Manager: x24
Sean Clary, Fulfillment Clerk: x33
Sharron Randolph, Fulfillment Clerk: x35