Welcome to the Princeton Club of Washington - Project 55: Building a Career in Public Service - 3/09


Project 55: Building a Career in Public Service - 3/09

Learn from a great panel created by Project 55 -- with ideas and guides on careers in public service. Read on for more....

Princeton Project 55 DC's March 9th event:
"Building a Career in Public Service."

Join us at the Watergate from 6-8pm to learn
from the career experiences of our impressive
panel of public service leaders and connect
with the local alumni community in the nonprofit
and public sectors.

SITE: The Watergate - DATE: March 9
600 New Hampshire Avenue, NW
8th Floor
Washington, DC 20037
6 pm – Reception
6:30 pm – Panel discussion
7:30 pm – Networking session

Our presenters (listed below) will discuss the
professional choices they made along their
paths to success and share their own career
advice. Following the panel, a networking
session will give you the opportunity to connect
with the presenters, DC Fellows and other
professionals in attendance.

- Dr. Marty Eichelberger '67 -- pediatric surgeon
at Children's National Medical Center and
Founder of Safe Kids Worldwide
- Katherine Marshall *69 – Senior Fellow at
Georgetown University, Executive Director of
World Faiths Development Dialogue, and
former Country Director at the World Bank
- Sara McLean '93 -- Trial Attorney at the US
Department of Justice
- Tony Quainton '55 – Former US Ambassador
and Distinguished Diplomat in Residence at
American University

Full event details are included below. Please send your
questions and RSVPs OR simply follow this link:


Kate Lewis-LaMonica
DC Area Chair
Princeton Project 55

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