CAREER #PROGRESSPARTY: August "1st Thursdays" Networking Mixer
Thursday, August 2, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
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Democratic GAIN & Atlas Project
*includes FREE appetizers until supplies last & 1st 40 paid attendees can win a raffle for a gift certificate!
6pm-8pm Tuesday, July 17th
(2nd floor lounge)
1606 20th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20009
@ Dupont metro (Q St exit)
- $2 PBR, Tacate - $4 Amstel, Heineken - $6 wine, apps until 7pm & rail until 8pm -
Please join Network For Progress, a social and media-savvy “Super Pack” grassroots community raising unlimited engagement to build a “Yes YOU Can” Movement for 2012 & beyond, to network and learn more about how you can build a career in politics and DC! Joining us will be Ashley Spillane, the Executive Director of the recently merged Democratic GAIN (Grassroots Action Institute & Network) and Atlas Project.
Questions/Comments? Contact us at email@example.com.
Please invite your friends and colleagues!
About Ashley Spillane
Ashley Spillane is the Executive Director of Democratic GAIN and The Atlas Project. Ashley has been affiliated with Atlas from the project’s start, doing everything from researching and writing reports to running the production process. During election-year sabbaticals from Atlas, Ashley has worked with the DCCC’s independent expenditure in 2010 and the AFL-CIO’s direct mail program in 2008. She has also done several campaigns around the country, including the presidential primary campaigns of Tom Vilsack and Hillary Clinton; the 2006 governor’s race in Iowa; John Kerry’s presidential race; and the 2002 Maryland governor’s race. Ashley also has international experience, having consulted for the National Democratic Institute (NDI) in the Middle East and Africa.
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*ABOUT NETWORK FOR PROGRESS
As of February 10, 2011, the fourth anniversary of the Obama For America campaign, Network For Progress will serve as an interactive and creative online/offline political, civic, professional and personally-enriching Community, Advocate & Resource for the lessons of the "Yes We Can" Movement of Hope and Change to expand on the work of Organizing For America with the Mainstream Majority of Americans (including Democrats, Progressives, Independents, Republicans and those in between comprising young people and many other under-served constituencies) that voted for President Obama in 2008.
Network For Progress will promote the use of 21st Century “bottom up” Communication, Outreach & Leadership/Development grassroots-organizing techniques for an honest dialogue to create the necessary Personal Relationships & Viral Buzz to build a Movement that is continually being revolutionized by the growth of Google, Facebook, Twitter, blogs and other networking tools but was under-utilized after Inauguration Day when the social, social media & Media vacuum of public discourse was filled by Tea Party/Fox News’ coordinated activism and only recently has been valiantly promoted by Jon Stewart’s quest for “Sanity.”
Network For Progress will provide a platform for supporters to become OUR own “Obama” who is empowered to bring PROGRESS to our professional and personal lives as well as our town, our state, our nation and our world.
“Network For Hope. Network For Change. Network For PROGRESS.”