Creating lasting leadership and professional development


The Professional Leaders Acadmey is a one-year professional development and training program. Candidates are trained to effectively advocate on behalf of their communities or take a leadership role in the public sector.

The Women’s Leadership Program is open to candidates attending the Emerging Leadership Academy program and Youth Leadership Academy.


The Women’s Leadership Program provides training in the unique challenges for women in political and public life. WLP is open to candidates attending Emerging Leaders and Youth Leadership Academies.

The Youth Leadership Academy is a 2-3 year program


The Youth Leadership Academy is a 2-3 year program. Students begin with a weeklong leadership academy training in Washington, D.C. Following the training, students will be placed in a paid internship position of their choice.

2014 Liberty and Access Lab Fall Speaker Series

Join our Fall speaker series that starts with an interview with Sharon Eubanks J.D . Eubanks is one of the nation’s leading African American trial lawyers, with over 30 years of experience.  She was the leading attorney on the United States v. Philip Morris D.O.J. Lawsuit., serving as the director of the tobacco litigation team for the department of justice.   Learn about the journey of becoming a leading trial lawyer and gain insight in building a career path working for the Department of Justice as well as public interest law.

Sharon Eubanks is the author of the book Bad Acts and is a currently an attorney at Edwards Kirby, she is a graduate of Georgetown Law.

The interview will be hosted by radio show host and media personality Richard Fowler.

 This event is open to all interns, fellows and staff members in DC and is a widely attended event.


Georgetown Law
McDonough 203
600 New Jersey Ave, N.W.
Washington, DC 20001

Young professionals find the secrets of leadership at the 2014 Liberty and Access Lab

Launched this summer, the 2014 Liberty and Access Lab is a professional development program with a series of lunchtime seminars for interns working on Capitol Hill. Participants learned how to seek and apply for government jobs, how to speak like a leader, and how to network in Washington.

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What you can do now

Our program is launching fully in 2014. We need your involvement and support! You can help by doing the following:

  • Get your organization to sign up to receive a young leader in your internship or fellowship program. Click here to sign up!
  • Help support our mission and work by giving to Liberty and Access for All. Click here for more information.
  • Support our goals by becoming a mentor.
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Liberty and Access for All (L+A) is new nonpartisan nonprofit in Washington DC that is dedicated to training, mentoring  and developing  the  next generation of leaders from the traditionally underrepresented and communities of color.  Participants in our program may run for office, advocate on behalf of the communities, change the dialogue around issues they care about and make positive lasting impact in their own communities. 

Our Board of Directors are comprised of republicans and democrats who are committed to working together to empower , teach and connect participants in our program to leadership in  Washington DC . Together we believe that people from every political party, every  demographic,  should have a place at the table !