Member Salons

December 5, 2018

LGW Members have been working hard to create unique salon opportunities.

Explore the options below and let us know your preferred choices by signing up here.

 

 

Member Salon Topics

December 2
SOLD OUT! Brunch: Cake Pop Creation
, hosted by Sandi Hallmark (’13). Join Sandi Hallmark for brunch and then learn how to make Cake Pops with her! Of course, the cake pops will be Christmas ornament themed!
Sunday, December 2, 11:00 AM | McLean, VA 22102


December 4
Storytelling: How to Hone in on the Best Stories for your Cause/Work
, hosted by Liz Norton ('16). Since the invention of photography in the 1860's, billions of pictures have been taken. But something like 10% of all those pictures were taken LAST YEAR. What's up with that? Yup, smartphones. Pictures are one thing but video is a totally different medium. And, completely amazing when utilized properly. It doesn't have to be intimidating! Let Liz Norton ('16) help you realize your moving image dreams. Want to better document your cause or company? Learn how to best capture stories from your family? Kit out your phone to be a better (read: usable) camera? This salon can cover whatever smartphone video needs you may have. This will be fun and hands-on and we will watch stuff too.
Tuesday, December 4, 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Woolly Mammoth Theater, Washington, DC 20004

SOLD OUT! Social Media Training for Executives, brought to you by David Gorodetski (’15). Sage Communications led by David G., a leader in nonprofit, tech, business and government public relations and marketing, will host a 2-hour social media training for executives at its McLean, VA headquarters. Topics in this collaborative session will include social media best practices, personas, platforms, frequency, messages and opportunities associated with paid vs organic social media. Social media experts Hannah Hutchins, Paige Strott and Rynnel Laughlin will conduct this session. Rest assured, you will leave this meeting tweeting brilliance.
Tuesday, December 4, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM | Sage Communications, McLean, VA 22102

Maximize Talent by Mitigating Bias, hosted by Sam Cicotello ('17). Unconscious Bias can get in the way of hiring the best people and unleashing their full potential.  In this research-based and interactive session, we will share tools and learn about ways you can make those bring those biases to the surface.
Tuesday, December, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM | Capital One HQ, McLean, VA 22102


December 5
The Other Tour
, hosted by Mark Bergel ('16). Have you ever taken a tour of DC? Probably not this one. Come see, learn, and talk about how thousands and thousands - and thousands - of our neighbors are living. And what we can do to change it.
Wednesday, December 5, 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM | Washington, DC 20032

Improv Workshophosted by Mark Chalfant ('17). This will be an active workshop with some experiential exercises everyone does together, then we'll have a shared discussion about where improv ideas can find application in work and in life. Plus pizza and beer/wine. Led by Washington Improv Theater Artistic & Executive Director Mark Chalfant ('17) and WIT's organizational training director John Windmueller, and co-hosted by WIT Board members Graziella Jackson ('17) and Carolyn Ellison ('17).
Wednesday, December 5, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM | Source Theater, Washington, DC 20009

Introduction to Higher Achievement, a "Middle School Matters" programhosted by MaryEva Candon ('90). MaryEva with a staff member and a scholar will describe how the Higher Achievement wrap-around academic excellence enhancement after-school program ensures that at least 92% of its middle school enrollees (from DC public/charter schools) matriculate to and graduate from excellent high schools and colleges/universities and how YOU can be involved. Wednesday, December 5, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM | Dupont Circle

Lessons on Leveraging a Values-Driven Leadership Modelhosted by Terry Algire ('17) & Tycely Williams ('18)Discover the tangible ways in which the Junior League of Washington is focused on LOVE (Living Our Values Everyday) and explore how pursuing a values-driven leadership model and culture can increase an organization’s productivity, satisfaction, and impact, while also providing opportunities for individuals in their personal lives and professional careers.
Wednesday, December 5, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM | Junior League HQ in Georgetown, Washington, DC 20007

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