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Dinner & Dialogue with Danielle Simonetta Maurer

  • 12 Mar 2012
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Clyde's (707 7th St. NW)
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Registration is closed

The Women’s Congressional Staff Association continues our “Dinner & Dialogue” series, a forum for accomplished speakers to share their experience, best practices, and engaging in an open conversation with Congressional staffers. The dinner will bring together one mentor with 9 members of WCSA, with each attendee paying a registration fee of $5 and the cost of their own dinner. Registration for the first dinner will be on a first come, first serve basis. Please note this event is for Members Only.

*BIO: Danielle Maurer joined Fierce, Isakowitz & Blalock in March of 2011, after spending 12 years in various governmental and non-governmental positions in Washington, D.C. On Capitol Hill, Danielle served as Director of Member Services for Speaker of the House John Boehner, assisting the Speaker in his Chairmanship of the Republican Steering Committee and managing his relationships with members of the Republican Conference. She also spent three years as Director of Federal Government Relations for pension giant TIAA CREF, handling investment, retirement, pension and real estate investment issues.  Danielle previously served as Senior Floor Assistant for the House Majority Leader Tom DeLay and Deputy Associate Director of Legislative Affairs for OMB under now-Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels. She began her career as a Staff Assistant - and later Professional Staff Member - for the House Rules Committee, serving under Chairmen Gerry Solomon and David Dreier. Her responsibilities included handling defense, foreign affairs, agriculture, budget and small business issues. The New York native graduated from Washington and Lee University, in Virginia.

If the event is full and you would like to be added to the waitlist, please email womenscsa@gmail.com with the subject ‘waitlist.’   

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