ANC 7E is divided into seven Single Member Districts (SMDs), each represented by a commissioner. The commissioners are elected to the ANC for two-year terms. To find your commissioner, use your address to locate your SMD on the map.
Commissioner Karla Reid-Witt
Commissioner Karla Reid-Witt is a born advocate, an EoTR native Washingtonian who grew up in Ward 8, married, and raised her children in Ward 7. She has dedicated her life to education and disability policy advocacy for many years and mental health and literacy policy advocacy for much of the last decade. She belongs to many advocacy and policy organizations across the city, prides herself on coalition building and feels blessed to be able to work with residents and other Commissioners for the benefit of D.C. Commissioner Reid-Witt received a Associated degree in Legal Studies and a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of the District of Columbia, as well as a law degree from Georgetown University.
Commissioner Natasha Dupee
A native Washingtonian, Commissioner Natasha Dupee is committed to changing, creating, and defending policies that support all people in having access to a quality life. She serves leads ANC 7E’s Education Committee. With over a decade of experience in education and health systems focusing on pipeline programs that address the social determinants of health, she is completing a masters degree in public health policy at the George Washington University - Milken Institute for Public Health. Natasha received her undergraduate degree in women's studies and public health from GW and a masters degree in education from The University of Missouri - St. Louis.
Commissioner Delia Houseal
Dr. Delia L. Houseal is public health expert, community activist and entrepreneur. She has over 20 years of experience working to improve the quality of health of disparate communities throughout the District and country. Dr. Houseal serves as the Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner (ANC) for Single Member District (SMD) 7E06 and was recently elected to serve on the District’s Commission on Health Equity. She also serves on the board of several community-based organizations, the Mamie Lee Johnson Little League Baseball team, the Marshall Heights Community Development Organization (MHCDO) and the Community Advisory Committee of the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board. Delia Houseal completed her undergraduate degree from Howard University, Master of Public Health degree from the George Washington University and PhD from Walden University. Dr. Houseal lives in the Marshall Heights community with her husband, three children and beloved chihuahua.