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Washington D.C. Alumni Events

Inside D.C. Career Panel and Reception

Friday, February 28, 2014, 6:00pm
Bistro Bistro Restaurant
1727 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009

Considering next steps in your D.C. career? Transitioning to a different career? Want to connect with other alumni and share your insight and experience with F&M students? Join us for a valuable evening when a panel of alumni guests share their perspectives and expertise on a range of career options in Washington D.C. 

Moderated By: Brian Rutter 87’, Director of Marketing for NACS

• Gain insight about what it takes to succeed in Washington D.C.

• Learn how to break into Washington D.C. careers 

• Build knowledge about different career paths

• Make connections with fellow alumni 

• Share your experiences with F&M students with an interest in working in Washington

Panelists Include:

Alexandra Lazorchak 06’, Associate Director, Health Policy at APCO Worldwide

Adam Nelson 97’, Director of Government Affairs, Direct Marketing Association

Others to be announced soon!

Space is limited.  Register today by emailing

Bridging the Generations: Thriving in a Multi-Generational Workplace

Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

American Society for Association Executives
1575 I St. NW, Washington, DC 20005

This is the first time in American history that four different generations are working side-by-side. Each generation brings their own unique perspective to subjects like productivity, office etiquette, technology, and work life balance. In Bridging the Generations participants will discover how to transform such diversity into organizational strengths:

• Illustrate the different life perspectives that define each generation

• Recognize personal beliefs that inhibit understanding

• Identify how these different perceptions create culture

• Recognize common behaviors that are often misunderstood

• Shift from viewing generational differences as obstacles to opportunities

• Commit to actions to improve learning and understanding between groups 

Sponsored by F&M’s Office of Student and Post-Graduate Development. There is no charge for admission and space is limited. 

Register today by emailing