Maryland’s First Lady Visits Children’s Inn at NIH

Mrs. Hogan, Jennie Lucca and child, displaying artwork

Hogan is pictured with inn CEO Jennie Lucca and inn resident Princess, 7. Princess is holding up a decorated heart with artwork and an inspirational message created by Hogan, while Lucca is holding a heart created by first lady Rose Dunleavy of Alaska, where Lucca grew up.

Photo: Jen Forester

Mrs. Hogan and child at table

Hogan helps inn resident Eamon, 7, paint as part of an arts and crafts project.

Photo: Jen Forester

Hogan, wife of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, talks to patient Noah, 22, her mom, Gisela and Lucca to learn more about Noah’s treatment for two ultrarare diseases.

Photo: Jen Forester

Maryland first lady Yumi Hogan recently visited the Children’s Inn at NIH for a tour and to participate in an art activity with NIH pediatric patients residing at the inn.

She met with inn CEO Jennie Lucca and inn resident Princess, 7, with whom she did an art project.

Hogan helped another, inn resident, Eamon, 7, paint as part of an arts and crafts project.

Hogan, wife of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, also spoke to patient Noah, 22, her mom, Gisela and Lucca to learn more about Noah’s treatment for two ultrarare diseases as part of clinical studies conducted at NHLBI and NIH’s Undiagnosed Diseases Program.