Madeline + Nox! + AMA: Dixon Osburn
Ask Me Anything: Changemakers - December 10, 2022
The world may seem chaotic right now, but these activists, artists, and community leaders are helping make the world better.
Ask Me Anything: Changemakers features interviews with DMV residents who are making the world a better place. These interviews serve as inspiration for a performance by WIT’s improvisers.
This show is sponsored by the DC Mayor’s Office of LGBTQ Affairs. To learn more about our grant, which includes a series of free Improv for All workshops aimed at the LGBTQ+ community, click here.
About Dixon Osburn
Dixon Osburn is the author of the Amazon best seller Mission Possible: The Story of Repealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” an effort he led at Servicemembers Legal Defense Network. At Human Rights First, he led efforts to close Guantanamo and end torture. As director of the Center for Justice and Accountability, he led efforts to hold war criminals accountable. Dixon received his AB with distinction from Stanford University and JD/MBA from Georgetown. He lives in Washington, D.C.
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Photo by Jeff Salmore