The second annual Welcome to DC Happy Hour, connected PLEN alumnae of all ages.
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What started as a resume review session between Mallory Ladd and Lisa D. T. Rice turned into a lifelong lesson in the power of networking.
At PLEN, Ashley Wilson found a much-needed space to learn from women who have drastically different perspectives than her.
At the PLEN Women and Congress seminar, Andrea López-Rivera learned that Washington, DC is the place where she can pursue all of her passions.
During her internship at PLEN, Rita learned essential professional skills as well as the power of women's leadership.
Through her internship with PLEN, Ana is excited to practice her networking and learn the inner-workings of a nonprofit.
With the support of speakers, mentors, and alumnae who are ready to reach behind them and help the women coming up the ladder behind them.
The PLEN Women and Congress seminar convinced Cindy Banh that a career in DC is right for her.
At the PLEN Women in Global Policy seminar, Allecia Jones learned how to face her imposter syndrome head on.