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Capitol Communicator -- PR News in Washington, D.C.
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About: Dedicated to bringing together the vast spectrum of communications professionals who influence and educate the Mid-Atlantic region and the world by providing news; trends; education; and opportunities for networking, career enhancement, business exchange and showcasing great work, Capitol Communicator serves as a resource to the region's communications community. Capitol Communicator focuses on connecting communicators and building a community that encompasses professions that include public relations, advertising, marketing, media, creative, video, photography, printing, digital and the multitude of other professions that support this region’s multi-billion-dollar communications industry.
Wharton Club of DC & Wharton DC Innovation Summit
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About: Outstanding varied programs, 75-100 per year, such as our Annual Wharton DC Innovation Summits (WhartonDCInnovation.com), Embassy Receptions & Briefings, VIP luncheons, Forums. Plus, our signature annual Joseph Wharton Gala Dinners that honor area business and public sector leaders. These offer sponsors, members and attendees the opportunity to develop valuable business opportunities and expand critical knowledge. All welcome to join and attend.
Bevis Longstreth -- Author of 'Chains Across the River- A Novel of the American Revolution'
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About: About Bevis Longstreth: Bevis Longstreth is the author of four historical novels: Spindle and Bow, Return of the Shade, Boats Against the Current, and Chains Across the River. He combines his passion for history with a unique, contemporary perspective. Mr. Longstreth is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School. He practiced law in the New York City law firm of Debevoise & Plimpton, becoming a partner in 1970. From 1981-84 he served as a Commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission. After returning to Debevoise & Plimpton in 1984, he retired from the practice of law in 1993 to teach at Columbia Law School and pursue other interests, among which was writing. He lives in Manhattan, New York with his wife, Clara, and their dog, McKenzie. They have three children a...
Cultural Tourism DC
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About: Cultural Tourism DC (CTDC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, develops and delivers authentic Washington DC experiences that provide people with opportunities to learn about the District?s neighborhoods, by walking along the DC Neighborhood Heritage Trails, the international diplomatic community via Passport DC, and DC?s arts and culture during Art4All DC, a showcase for CTDC?s more than 200 Affiliates. Learning extends to CTDC?s annual fundraising activity, Embassy Chef Challenge, a tribute to international cuisine. Through these programs, CTDC encourages residents and visitors to explore the city, propel the community?s economic prosperity, and to become civically engaged
Washington Magic Latest News
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About: David Morey and Savino Recine showcase some of the world’s greatest magicians such as Jeff McBride, Eric Henning, Rick Maue, John McLaughlin, and many others. Join us at a legendary venue to bring to life impossible mind reading, mystery, comedy, and magic right in front of your eyes. Honoring a Victorian tradition of stage and parlor, guests participate and see, feel, and themselves empower this special evening.
Jeremiah Bourgeois -- Consultant
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About: At age 14, Jeremiah Bourgeois became one of the youngest children in the United States to be sentenced to life without parole. He was freed after 27 years due to the US Supreme Court's decision in Miller v. Alabama (2012), and six months later he became a law student at Gonzaga University School of Law. While confined, he wrote articles in law journals, was cited as secondary authority by an intermediate appellate court, became a columnist for a criminal justice news site, and was the first imprisoned person to become a member of Scribes--The American Society of Legal Writers. Upon being freed, he began lecturing at law schools, to legislators, and at corporate law offices. Six months later he became a JD candidate at Gonzaga University School of Law.
 

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ANA study finds email most-used response medium, but direct mail can be remarkably effective Capitol Communicator -- PR News in Washington, D.C.
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New Wikipedia book focuses on what you need to know to succeed Capitol Communicator -- PR News in Washington, D.C.
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The Washington Post records more than 71 million unique digital visitors in December 2021 Capitol Communicator -- PR News in Washington, D.C.
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Transparency From Capitol Communicator -- PR News in Washington, D.C. Capitol Communicator -- PR News in Washington, D.C.
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Voiceover legend Florence Aaronson, aka Flo Ayres, dies at 98 Capitol Communicator -- PR News in Washington, D.C.
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Google sued for allegedly deceiving consumers and invading their privacy Capitol Communicator -- PR News in Washington, D.C.
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TorchLight Hire predicts 2022 will see continuing changes related to the hiring of area marketing and communications leaders Capitol Communicator -- PR News in Washington, D.C.
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Making Waves: Liquified Creative’s 3 Predictions for 2022 Capitol Communicator -- PR News in Washington, D.C.
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Lisa Nirell, founder of EnergizeGrowth® and Marketing Growth Leaders, named to 2022 Power List of Top Leadership Voices Capitol Communicator -- PR News in Washington, D.C.




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