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The WNG is a membership organization of professionals dedicated to helping our WNG Members advance their business and professionals objectives by convening networking events and educational forums. Diversity is our strength. We organize our activities across six roundtables: International, CommunicationsGovernment, Technology, Entrepreneur and Career Development; and three forums: Chairman's Forum, Emerging Leaders Forum and our Women's Leadership Forum. Membership is by application: Apply online.

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Latest Member News:

John Lawson, Executive Director of the Advanced Warning and Response Network (AWARN), contributed commentary to The Hill on the state of America's alerting system in light of the Hawaii false nuclear alert; John explains how our decentralized system can be made to work. To the point, AWARN is based on "Next Generation Television" technology that will revolutionize emergency alerting. The network is a next-generation, dual-use, public alert and warning system for a mobile, 21st Century America. The AWARN Alliance includes major television broadcasting and tech companies working together to accelerate deployment of the system.

Gregory Haledjian has been promoted to Legal Advisor in the Office of the Bureau Chief, Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau at Federal Communications Commission. Congratulations Greg!

Jaya Koilpillai Bohlmann, Managing Director of PR Talent’s Washington office, is now serving as Marketing Advisor to and Host Committee Member of the National Cherry Blossom Festival. The Festival is a 501(c)(3) responsible for producing and promoting year-round programs that deepen our connection to nature; enriches our national capital communities; and honors our unique friendship with Japan by inspiring creative international exchange and collaboration. The Festival kicks off its 2018 Festival on Thursday, March 15, with its highly sought after Pink Tie Party. Opportunities for networking, sponsoring, and employee engagement can be found at this website. The Festival runs from March 20-April 15.

 

New & Renewing WNG Members


We welcome the following WNG Members!

• Sandra Weiss - Summit Commercial Real Estate
    Principal
• Michael Marsh - Northern Trust FIA - Nonprofit Investment Services
    Regional Director - Mid-Atlantic
• Bonnie Piper - Merrill Environmental, Inc
    Principal
• Sam Ledger - DOD Office of the Inspector General
    Engineering Inspector
• Stephen Tomchik - VoxArtistry
    Voice Over Narrator
• Tony Harvin - Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
    Director, Marketing, Sales, and Licensing
• Andrew Rudman - Monarch Global Strategies
    Managing Director
• Shawn Taylor - VeteransAgainstAlzheimer's
    President (new)
• Tom Soha - Hire Counsel
    Managing Director
• Richard Gold - Federal Trade Commission
    General Attorney
• William Tompkins - William Tompkins Associates
    President
• Todd Putt - Simon Property Group
    Area Director of Business Development (new)
• Nina Sovich - 15 Minutes Productions
    Media Consultant/Reporter (new)
• Jacqueline Monahan - Children’s National Medical Center
    Clinical Coordinator (new)
• Douglas Frye - Export-Import Bank of the United States
    Credit Underwriter
• Alan Schlaifer - Wharton School Club of DC
    President
• George Shevlin - Investment Company Institute (ICI)
    Political Affairs Officer (new)
• Brian Wommack - Cameron LLP
    Partner (new)
• Tara Maller - Counter Extremism Project
    Spokesperson & Senior Policy Advisor

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Senior Manager, Digital Marketing
     TorchLight (direct hire search)
Managing Director for Lead Generation, Business Investment
     Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP)
Executive Director
     American Physiological Society (APS)
Monitoring and Evaluation Director
     World Cocoa Foundation (WCF)
Seeking a Social Media Expert For Contract Position
     Wilson Center
Director/Manager, International Public Policy
     Access Partnership
Office Administrator
     American Bankers Association
Public Relations Manager
     PR Talent
Senior Public Relations Manager
     PR Talent

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Trends, Drivers and Innovation
Is Your Organization Prepared
for the Future?"



WNG Chairman's Forum

Wednesday, February 7, 2018
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Arlington Economic Development
Arlington (Ballston), Virginia


Please join the Washington Network Group when we meet with James Stockmal, President of the Association for Strategic Planning (ASP). Jim will lead a conversation on the Trends, Drivers and Innovation, exploring with us what every organization should be thinking about in the New Year and beyond.



James Stockmal
President
Association for Strategic Planning (ASP)

A key component of any strategy development process is doing an environmental scan. In this conversation, Jim will provide an overview of some of the demographic, economic, social and technological trends that are driving companies, government agencies, non-profits, and NGOs to think differently about strategies for the future. Join & Go option available to non-members. Come join us!



We look forward to seeing you on February 7th!



Leadership as a Strategy:
Becoming Your Own Leadership Coach



WNG Women's Leadership Forum

Thursday, February 22, 2018
4:00 PM - 6:15 PM

International Food Information Council (IFIC)
Washington, D.C.


Please join the WNG Women's Leadership Forum when we meet with Jennifer Dimotta for an interactive session on "Leadership as a Strategy: Becoming Your Own Leadership Coach." Come learn how you can get started today on becoming your own leadership coach.

 

Jennifer DiMotta

In this session, Jennifer will share with you critical and qualitative findings on the state of female leadership, the differences and unique strengths that female leaders have compared to male leaders, and the macro and micro factors holding women back from taking on higher roles within organizations. Most importantly, she'll share with you her self-accountable leadership coaching methods, the success she's achieved through her methods and how you can get started today on becoming your own leadership coach. Silvia Dumitrescu, WLF Chair & WNG Board member, will make welcoming remarks. Join & Go option available to non-members. Come join us!



We look forward to seeing you on February 22nd!



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