Please join us this Saturday at WPA for BBQ and beer. Catch up with old friends, meet new ones, and welcome WPA's five new board members, Brittany BansakKayleigh Bryant-GreenwellRyan DattiloSam Lewis, and Blair Wunderlich.

Tickets are $15 per person and payment can be made via the Donate page of our website. Once you've made a payment, please send your name and the names of your guests to
Questions? Please contact Ashley McDonald, Relationship Manager at or (202) 234-7103 x 0.

Special thanks to the WPA Board, Akio Tagawa, Joan Weber, and DC Brau Brewing Company.

about wpa's newest board members

We're thrilled to welcome the following friends of WPA to our Board of Directors. They bring a range of expertise in collecting, insurance, law, marketing, and public programming.

Brittany Bansak is a Vice President of Marketing for Alliance Bernstein, a global asset management firm. She leads brand and business development for the company's east coast regional offices and Nashville headquarters. Passionate about the arts and entrepreneurship, Brittany actively supports Washington Project for the Arts, Halcyon, and Hillwood.

Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell is a DC native and cultural programmer with over 10 years of experience working at galleries, libraries, archives, and museums. She was recently appointed Head of Public Programs with Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick Gallery. As a DEAI (diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion) facilitator, she is also involved in a number of national initiatives to increase equity and inclusion in museums.

Ryan Dattilo is a lawyer, art collector, and founder of De Novo Gallery, opening this summer in DC. He has been a member of the Guggenheim Young Collectors Council, the Met Apollo Circle, and American Friends of the Louvre. He currently works as Senior Counsel with the Senate Committee on the Judiciary.


Sam Lewis is an art patron and lawyer. He is currently an associate at Willkie Farr & Gallagher. He received his JD from Georgetown Law in 2018. He received his BA in Art and Archeology from Princeton University in 2011.


Blair Wunderlich is a fine art insurance specialist. Having worked at Huntington T. Block and Willis, she provides clients guidance on complex, unique risks such as insuring art as collateral, title insurance, rare wine collections, and musical instruments. Blair holds a Masters in Art History from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, and chairs the Programs Committee for Art Table, an organization dedicated to advancing the leadership of women in the arts. 


2124 8th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001


$15 per person


Saturday, July 13, 3-5pm