Originally, from the Boston area (GO PATS!) Along with Brittany comes her pups Wally & Kennedy, who from time to time can be spotted on the Fray instagram!
D.C.-based writer/editor passionate about telling people’s stories. Arts + culture enthusiast // outdoor addict // nerd for life.
Florida born, D.C.-bred; former marathoner; lover of live music, men’s fashion and loud action movies on opening night; Amateur mixologist and photographer.
Chicago born, Washington, D.C. based managing editor. Previously at Huffington Post and Brightest Young Things, host of the “You, Me, Them, Everybody” podcast since 2008 and 2021 DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Fellow. Go Cubs. Go White Sox. You can root for both.
From the mushroom capital of the world. Avid explorer. Concert enthusiast + lover of art. Proud mother of house plants Reginald III + Thaddeus.
Raised in VA, family from NY. Dog mom to pit mix, Cocoa. Up-ing her running game, and hopes to run another half. Will go to almost any live music event-as long as there’s also good food and drinks. Fan of grapefruit anything.
A father of two beautiful girls, husband of an amazing, supportive wife. Happiest when he is with his family and friends at the beach, playing sports or just being outside. Believes Seinfeld is the greatest sitcom of all time.
Born and raised in NC | Dad to Coco (Cat) & Frank (Dog) | Passionate about progressive issues (race, power, privilege, education, LGBTIQ rights) | “semi-pro” kickball player hahah | 13 years in hospitality | Family = Friends | EXTROVERT
• New to DC • Spent the last 8 years living in Italy and Turkey • Originally from Michigan • Mom of an 11-year-old • Loves brownies, Turkish breakfast, and road trips •
Born and raised in ATL, Georgetown Graduate, Girl Dad, Professional Dancer and VR Enthusiast leveraging the power of immersive experiences to help others better connect with themselves and one another.
From the beautiful Land of Enchantment (New Mexico) and a dog mom to three. In the summer you’ll find her hiking up the mountains, and in the winter you’ll find her snowboarding down them.