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Dinner with Alumni: Amy Weiss (SOC/BA '87)
The Dinner with Alumni program brings students and alumni together through a series of dinners scheduled during the school year. These dinners are great career networking opportunities for students to interact with current experts in the field and will fill up fast!
You must register in order to attend.
Are you interested in the public relations/political career field? Then this dinner is for you! Register for this Dinner with Amy to learn from someone who has worked in public affairs and communications and gain insight about how to start a career in this field.
Amy Weiss, SOC/BA '87
, CEO of Weiss Public Affairs, is a 1987 graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Print Journalism and a minor in Political Science. Since graduating, she has served as a successful communications professional in the highest levels of government, corporate and non-profit sectors. Weiss’s career has included top positions such as White House Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Press Secretary to President Bill Clinton. In January 2006, she co-founded Point Blank Public Affairs. Before starting Point Blank, she was Vice President of Public Affairs for the United Nations Foundation (UNF) and Executive Director of its lobbying arm, the Better World Campaign (BWC). She serves on the Board of Trustees of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, American University’s Alumni Board, and on the Advisory Board of Project Avary, a Northern California-based organization dedicated to supporting children and youth whose parents are incarcerated.
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
4441 B Wisconsin Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20016
Conveniently located near the Tenleytown Metro Station.
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