Brandeis Networking Night in Washington, D.C.

            


Thursday, Jan. 12, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Lowenstein Sandler LLP, 2200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.


Do you want to build your Brandeis network in Washington, D.C.? Or are you willing to share career-related advice and expertise with fellow alumni and current Brandeis students who are interested in learning about your career path, company or what life is really like after Brandeis? The Hiatt Career Center and the Alumni Club of Washington, D.C., invite you to attend our annual professional networking event over winter break.

The event will begin with a panel of mission-driven Brandeis alumni working in a variety of industries who will share their career paths since Brandeis and how they are living their values at work. The panel will be moderated by Joel Rubin '93, former senior State Department official, congressional candidate and global government affairs expert. Panelists include:

Edgar Ndjatou '06, partner, McCree Ndjatou
Michael Waxman '96, president/CEO, Waxman Strategies
Amanda Zehner, MA'11, founder/owner, Living Threads (recently profiled on BrandeisNow)

Following the panel, attendees will network with one another. The following alumni have already signed up to be resources for students and fellow alumni in the room:

Stuart Bender '86, director, Office of Ethics, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Gregory Bland '92, CEO, Things To Do D.C.
Patrick Breslin '92, economist and expert, Breslin Consulting 
Rebecca Brooks '13, senior associate, PricewaterhouseCoopers 
Nicholas Brown '10, music specialist, Library of Congress
Jake Erlich '10, data analyst and information systems specialist, Capital Area Food Bank
Chad Kurtz '05, attorney, Cozen O'Connor
Joanna Roberts '05, senior program assistant, National Academy of Medicine
Adam Rosenberg, MA'11, grants manager, National 4-H Council
Lee Sutton '07, senior adviser, monitoring, evaluation and learning, AECOM International Developmentmunications; government, nonprofit and social justice; technology; law; the arts; and more.

The event is generously hosted by Gary Wingens '85, P'14, chairman and managing partner at Lowenstein Sandler.

Refreshments, including beer and wine, will be served.

 
RSVP by Friday, Jan. 6 to attend for your own purposes or serve as a networking resource for others. Advance RSVP is required. Please note: If you RSVP on the day of the event, you may be delayed at lobby reception for 5-10 minutes so you can be added to the security list. 

For more information, contact Alexandra Anweiler Stephens, associate director of alumni career programs and engagement, at astephens@brandeis.edu or 781-736-3623.






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