Following the conclusion of DO Day events, the AOA hosted over 200 guests at the Official Opening Ceremony for the AOA National Osteopathic Advocacy Center (NOAC), the osteopathic medical profession’s home in Washington, DC. President Levine, President-elect Ray E. Stowers, DO, Past President Thomas and I all provided remarks. Major contributors to the Greatness Fund, the genesis of the NOAC, were identified and honored, as well all those AOA family members who secured naming rights for various spaces within the NOAC. Speakers then paid tribute to the late Past Presidents John A. Strosnider, DO, and Marcelino Oliva, DO, whose leadership and vision laid the foundation and led to the establishment of the NOAC. Guests were able to tour the state-of-the-art space and the many unique features within it, including the OMT treatment room, an interactive Digital History Display and a Wall of Honor listing all those whose generous support enabled the NOAC to come into existence.