Inja Youn, a 51-year-old woman from Korea, said her colleagues called her a communist and said she “look[ed] like a ninja” during her three years at GW.
Fifteen professors have signed on to lend their expertise to a city-wide group that’s pushing to make D.C. a better place for elderly people to call home.
A former top official in the University’s investment office filed a lawsuit this month claiming GW fired her for trying to blow the whistle on allegedly flawed financial reporting.
The University is taking on the city to recover more than $7 million in property taxes, claiming the city did not fairly weigh the value of GW-owned buildings.
Mona Bernard, a 54-year-old black woman, claims GW hired a less-qualified white woman and is demanding the University award her compensation for the pay she would have received.