On December 12, we will honor two lawmakers who have followed in the footsteps of Senator Javits to forge bipartisan solutions to our nation’s great challenges. Join us for an event featuring remarks by Mrs. Cindy McCain and tributes to the Prize winners by their Senate colleagues, who will also discuss the future of bipartisanship in Congress. A reception honoring the Prize winners and their staff will follow.
You are invited to a Capitol Hill reception saluting federal and local champions of cybersecurity workforce training. The special reception is set for Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018 from 5PM-7PM in Room 234 of the Cannon House Office Building.
Please join us to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 20th Anniversary of the UN Declaration on Human Rights Defenders. This event will feature both a panel and a reception. You will be registered for both the panel and reception at the completion of this form. Appetizers and refreshments will be served during the reception.
Please join us to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 20th Anniversary of the UN Declaration on Human Rights Defenders. This event will feature both a panel and a reception.
NOTE: Due to the passing of President Bush, the Ceremony will now take place on December 6th. Still at 5:00 PM, still on the West Lawn. Members of Congress, family members and congressional staff are invited to attend in addition to the public.
You are cordially invited to the American Public Transportation Association's (APTA) Capitol Hill Reception on Thursday, November 29 from 6-7:30 p.m. located at the Longworth Cafeteria, Longworth House Office Building. We hope that you and your co-workers will be able to join APTA's members over light fare and conversation.
This event is a fantastic opportunity to network with government affairs professionals in all sectors of the industry, at all stages of their careers! Join us in the beautiful space at Mission in Navy Yard at 5:30pm on November 15 to support this wonderful cause and Inclusively Connect DC.
The event will feature opening remarks from Caucus co-chairs Reps. Jackie Speier (CA-14) and David Valadao (CA-21), remarks by Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Stability and Humanitarian Affairs Mark Swayne, Director of State Department’s Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement (WRA) Stanley L. Brown, and a hands-on display of demining equipment and inert ordnance. Drinks and food will be provided in accordance with Congressional Ethics Rules.
You are invited to a discussion on authoritarian resurgence and the retreat of democracy, featuring Dr. Michael Carpenter, Senior Director, Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.
Join Women’s Congressional Staff Assocation as we welcome our newly developed Diversity & inclusion Committee! Together we can create a more welcoming enviornment for all women staffers on Capitol Hill.
Hors d’oeuvres and cocktails will be served
Please RSVP to Sean Ruggles at SeanR@AmericanHumane.org or 202.677.4244 American Humane was founded in 1877 on the believe that ALL animals—those in our homes, those in services to our country, and those on our farms and ranches—are entitled to humane treatment.
Diwali, which celebrates the victory of good over evil and light over darkness, is one of the most significant holidays for Indian Americans. It is a time when charity and goodwill are celebrated and reinforced. Join us for an evening of delicious dishes and colorful displays reminiscent of a traditional Diwali celebration!
The theme of this year's project is "Native American Dream.” During the reception, youth artists will speak about their artwork and provide a special address regarding the current state of Indian Country. This initiative presents a wonderful opportunity for all participants to witness how visual art and policy can work together. R.S.V.P.
Leidos Digital Solutions is pleased to welcome the 116th Congressional Members-elect to Washington, DC! As you and your team gather in Washington for Freshmen Orientation, please join us for a welcome reception. Come by for drinks, appetizers, networking and a respite from your busy first week on Capitol Hill.
What can we expect in the lame duck session of Congress? Funding bills, retirement savings, tax extenders, and technical corrections are all in the discussions. Now that the midterms are over, join GAIN and Brunswick for an in-depth conversation about what comes next. Drinks, appetizers, and networking are a given.
Featuring: Bison-themed food and drinks, and Displays from Bison Enthusiasts. Last year, Congress honored the bison by officially adopting it as the National Mammal of the United States. Today, we celebrate our newest national symbol and the bison’s continued contribution to our nation’s history, culture, ecology and economy.
Mike Franc, Director of DC Programs, Hoover Institution. Mary Katherine Ham, Senior Writer, The Federalist. Henry Olsen, Senior Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center. Michael Anton,
Lecturer and Research Fellow, Hillsdale College Kirby Center. Reception to follow.
Join America’s Future Foundation and the nation’s leading freedom-minded young professionals as we celebrate the 9th Annual Buckley Award recipients and their work to limit government and increase liberty across the United States. Meet and mingle with the this year’s winners, the esteemed selection committee, and other inspiring leaders from across the free market movement at this must attend event.
Join us for an evening lecture with Ian W. Toll, award-winning author and military historian, who will share lessons learned from naval operations in the Pacific during World War II. Toll, author of The Pacific Trilogy, will share his expertise in his address: “Seapower Reconsidered: The Naval War in the Pacific.” This event will be followed by remarks and a special presentation from ADM John Richardson, USN, Chief of Naval Operations, to the winners of the 2018 Chief of Naval Operations Naval History Essay Contest and a reception.
Looking to climb the political career ladder? Did you know that nearly 50% of Capitol Hill chiefs of staff and 40% of legislative directors and senior legislative assistants have advanced degrees? Join Roll Call Live's Graduate School Fair on October 18, 2018, to learn more about the benefits of a graduate degree on or off Capitol Hill! Network with other prospective students and admissions representatives from the best graduate schools in public affairs, politics, business and government. Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be served!
Please join us and experts in the areas of early childhood education financing, child hunger and nutrition, and the impact of the opioid crisis on child welfare. We will discuss this year's findings and the need for Congress to support a comprehensive approach to prioritizing children in federal budget decisions. A reception with an open bar and heavy appetizers will immediately follow the Summit until 6:30 pm.
Join us as we (unofficially) kick off Smart Cities Week – which returns to Washington, D.C. October 2-4. This event will feature speakers who will share not only “what’s next” on the road to more livable, workable and sustainable smart cities – but also how to get there. We have a very limited capacity for this popular discussion, so please RSVP today!
The recurring debate over birthright citizenship tends to overlook the critical requirement of social compact, focusing instead on birth alone. Our distinguished panel will elucidate this lost understanding of the Citizenship Clause and explore the historical and legal context behind the proper conception of republican citizenship. ~ Reception following at 7:00 p.m. ~