AG Racine Concludes "Voices from Across My Office" Blog Series, Highlighting OAG's Broad Array of Work Serving District Residents

OAG’s Blog Series Features Employees from its Offices, Divisions, and Programs  

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Attorney General Karl A. Racine today released the final post in the Office of the Attorney General’s (OAG) “Voices from Across My Office” blog series, concluding OAG’s eleven-part series highlighting the broad array of work OAG does to advocate for District residents.   

“At OAG, we have nearly 700 employees who work hard every day for District residents. In this series, we explain the diverse and critical work our office does for the District and introduce residents to the people who actually do that work,” said AG Racine. “I greatly appreciate the work of every lawyer and professional employed at OAG. They stand up every day for the residents of our city—whether it’s advocating for affordable housing, working in their communities to stop violence, or helping the District operate effectively. It’s my privilege to work with exceptional people who make this agency run and are dedicated to building a stronger, safer, more just, and more equitable District of Columbia.”

The “Voices from Across My Office” series highlights some of the many individuals who work at OAG and the variety of work they do to support, defend, and stand up for District residents. The series, posted on Medium, showcases a variety of employees from OAG’s 10 Offices and Divisions, as well as OAG’s Cure the Streets Program. 

Click here to see each of the Medium posts highlighting OAG’s varied work and the inspiring, dedicated, and mission-driven people who work at the office.