Jessica Lopez wouldn't have been in Washington, DC if her friend hadn't encouraged her to go to PLEN. Since her seminar, she has continued to mentor the next generation of leaders and teach them the importance of civic engagement.
Now the Chief of Staff of NYU's Wagner School, Christina wouldn't have followed her career in public service if she hadn't attended PLEN.
AT PLEN, Floor found that the international policy field is where all of her career interests can converge.
The Leadership Connection Series will bring together college women from across the country and women leaders in Washington, D.C. for critical policy discussions WASHINGTON, DC, October 10, 2018 - In celebration of its 40th anniversary, PLEN is launching the Leadership Connection Series, which will feature women leaders who have led policy change in some of … Continue reading PLEN Launches New Series to Celebrate 40 Years of Connecting Women Leaders
PLEN introduced Claire Paulsen with potential careers she could pursue in bioethics, healthcare, and politics.
At the Women in Global Policy seminar, Angela's interest in public policy lead her on a path towards a legal career.
Jenny and Wintta are on opposite sides of the political spectrum, but their friendship shows the importance of connecting with and learning from people of all backgrounds and perspectives.
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.