2020 Thirty Under 30: Caleb Raymond

Caleb is a man of character; his traits of selflessness, service, and leadership have led him to be successful in his professional and personal life. After graduating from George Washington University, he started a full-time job at the United States Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and concurrently enrolled in the George Washington University Law School. At GW Law, he served as President of the GW Moot Court Board, served two terms as a senator for the GW Law Student Bar Association, and placed nationally in the ABA Negotiation Competition. Upon getting his law degree he accepted a fellowship with the District of Columbia Housing Authority where he worked on real estate transaction projects aimed at providing affordable housing to low-income residents in the D.C. area. He continues to give back to the community by mentoring students currently in law school and undergrad to help them make the best decisions for next steps in their careers. He also provides pro bono legal advice to minority-based businesses in the district. Of all the values of the fraternity, what he has always found unique about Pi Kappa Phi and what has continued to resonate with him the most is Responsible Citizenship. He believes he continues to reflect this value through the mentoring by helping and educating future lawyers and local area D.C. students to also become responsible citizens. He lost both parents to soon to cancer but wants to carry on their legacy by making a difference in people’s lives.