I had the honor, with a packed house, of listening to game changer Kathy Calvin, the United Nations CEO and President at the National Press Club on Wednesday. The purpose of the speech was to empower women and adolescent girls while also honoring Women’s History Month.
Kathy Calvin (Photo Credit: NY Times.com)
Saturday, March 16th the new Mrs. DC America will be crowned! The winner of this pageant will then go on to compete for the title of Mrs. America and potentially Mrs. World. The women competing in this competition are all married and either work or live in a 25 mile radius of Washington D.C. [...]
The Meridian Ball is now in its 44th year of bringing together policy makers, private sector and cultural leaders, and the diplomatic corps to celebrate Meridian’s ongoing efforts to strengthen international understanding through the exchange of ideas, people and culture. This October 12, you can attend the Meridian Ball courtesy of the Young Professionals [...]
The scene at the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Fall Fashion Preview at Belmont Country Club could have been taken straight from the pages of a high-end fashion magazine as beautiful and impeccably dressed, fashion forward women (and a few dapper gentlemen) from all over the region gathered to support the Tigerlily [...]
Ambassador Nancy G. Brinker, Founder and CEO of Susan G. Komen For The Cure
Breast Cancer will affect one in eight women in her lifetime. The impact that Susan G. Komen for the Cure® continues to make is tremendous — raising awareness to the point that it’s no longer shameful to say [...]
Girl of the Year Sophia Becraft, Cheryl Romero and Boy of the Year Isaac Duck.
Last night I attended the Kick Off of the 2012 Man & Woman of the Year Campaign for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society at District Nightclub in Adams Morgan which was emceed by WJLA’s Alison Starling and former [...]
On May 8, help the Alzheimer’s Association National Capital Chapter welcome back the tradition of the Chapter’s Washington Monuments Luncheon. The National Capital Chapter’s previous event has been on a two-year hiatus, but the Chapter is returning to its 15-year-tradition of celebrating generous contributions to the Alzheimer’s Association with a new appearance.
The Washington [...]
Now that we’ve all recovered a little from the massive amounts of Thanksgiving cheer (and food), it’s just the right time to shake off the tryptophan-induced laziness and leap into the holiday season! The place to start is at the Fight For Children‘s NextGen Network-hosted Holiday Happy Hour this Wednesday, December 7th, at Cities [...]
Starting today, enjoy ReadysetDC‘s Fashion:District 2011 with a runway show, exclusive shopping and a designer meet-and-greet for each day this weekend. As the weather shifts to cold, celebrate what’s hot in the Distrct’s fashion scene.
Models from last year's event (Photo Credit: ReadysetDC)
Today, enjoy mingling with up-and-coming DC designers featured in the [...]
Join PULSE, the American Heart Association‘s group for young professionals in the DC area, at the second annual Paint the Town Red gala on Thursday, November 3. This is a “red tie” event, so be sure to show your support for the American Heart Association by wearing your favorite red cocktail attire or accessories! [...]