The National Religious Broadcasters has moved its headquarters back to Washington, DC. The association had been in suburban Virginia for 24 years.
The new office is located in the National Guard Memorial Museum Building, at the intersection of North Capitol Street and Massachusetts Ave.
NRB had always kept a Washington satellite office, but now believes it can better serve members from a consolidated location.
And like NAB, NRB believes moving closer to Capitol Hill is the wise choice. “While for the last 24 years our Manassas, Virginia, headquarters served us well, for maximum effectiveness in fulfilling our public policy objectives, serving our members’ needs, working with like-minded organizations in D.C., and making our case to major news media, we simply had to make this move,” said NRB President/CEO Dr. Jerry Johnson.
NRB not only works with Congress and federal government agencies; it also works with many other Christian, advocacy, and industry organizations that are also based in Washington. The organization believes the new headquarters will enhance coalition-building efforts, and serve as a meeting space for allies.