Speaking of AOA offices, our Washington, DC, office recently underwent a transformation to become the National Osteopathic Advocacy Center (NOAC), enabled by contributors to the Greatness Campaign and NOAC Naming Opportunities. To showcase the remarkable development of the NOAC, The DO magazine posted a feature article and video on the osteopathic medical profession’s new home in our nation’s capital. It is your home, too—the NOAC has a visiting physician’s office, supported by Paul A. Martin, DO, for our members to use for their work in Washington, DC. The NOAC had one special visitor this week—Angel Oliva, the first cousin of the late Marcelino Oliva, DO, and his wife. They listened to Dr. Oliva’s living history and took a small tour of the NOAC. Mr. Oliva was very moved by the lobby and thankful to the AOA for keeping Dr. Oliva's memory alive. We thank Jeffrey Grove, DO, Ira Monka, DO, Ronnie Martin, DO, and Joseph Kuchinski, DO, for spearheading fundraising to name the NOAC Lobby in Dr. Oliva’s honor.