Pros: Plenty of chances to hone pitching, booking and audio editing skills. Competitive pay and benefits and pleasant office environment. Overall, the hosts and behind-the-scenes staff are friendly and easy to work with and there's a feeling of comradery in the newsroom.
Cons: Can feel closed-minded as most people come from similar backgrounds and share similar interests and political views. Entry-level employees often must prove themselves by working temporary assignments before they're hired full-time.
– Which online dating profile photos work… and which don’t
– First date protocol and etiquette
After this class, you’ll be lining up those dates in no time… it’s one you won’t want to miss.
Erika Ettin is the Founder of A Little Nudge, helping people find success in online dating and getting them excited about its possibilities. She works with both men and women in any stage of life. A Little Nudge has been featured on NPR, The Washington Post, WUSA9 News, JDate, AskMen online magazine, and more. She also co-hosts the popular podcast, So, We Met Online…
Please join us for a conversation with Anish Sebastian and Juan Pablo Segura, co-founders of Babyscripts. The night will begin with dinner before the chat with our interviewee. To conclude, attendees will have the opportunity to network with other thinkers from the community. We hope to see you there!
6:30 - 7:00 PM - Dinner
7:00 - 8:00 PM - Fireside Chat
8:00 - 8:30 PM - Networking
This event is open to the public. If you have any questions, feel free to reach us at StartupHoyasMED@gmail.com or on our website
Anish co-founded Babyscripts in 2013 with the vision that internet enabled medical devices and big data would transform the delivery of pregnancy care. Since the inception of the company, Anish has received numerous accolades including being named a “Champion of Change” for precision medicine by the White House, one of the Top 40Transformers in healthcare by MM&M Magazine, and Healthcare Transformer by the Startup Health Academy in New York.
Anish Sebastian is also the architect of the first "Prenatal Care Moonshot,” focused on eliminating preterm birth by 2027 through mobile/digital technology, and Babyscripts. In his role as CEO he has raised over $15 million in venture/angel financing for furthering his vision of a data centric model in prenatal care, which includes the recent closure of a Series A-1 of $6 million lead by Philips. He has orchestrated large partnerships with General Electric and their Healthymagination initiative, and the March of Dimes, specifically targeting the elimination of premature birth. He has also led the Babyscripts product team, guiding the direction of the product form its inception, finding the product market fit, and fully commercializing it in multiple markets. Currently Babyscripts is installed in several larger healthcare systems, and has managed the pregnancies of about 10000 patients. Anish has also successfully lead several research endeavors including two key studies of Babyscripts product, resulting in being published in key academic journals and conferences.
Anish is a frequent speaker on the future of healthcare. He has spoken at several venues including: BioIT Showcase, Burrill Digital Health, Healthdatapalooza, NPR, mHealth Summit, Drexel University School of Medicine, and GW School of Public Health.
Join the Airmen of Note for the return of the 2019 Jazz Heritage Series featuring GRAMMY award-winning bassist Christian McBride. This performance will feature big band classics and original jazz compositions.
This concert it FREE and open to the public, tickets required. Tickets will be available starting January 22, 2019 at 8 a.m.
All unclaimed seats will be released to non-ticket holders 15 minutes prior to the performance. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. FREE parking in the garage across the street from the performance hall.
Upcoming Jazz Heritage Series Concerts:
All concerts begin at 8 p.m. at the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall in Alexandria, VA
Mar 22, 2019 - Randy Brecker, jazz trumpeter
Six-time GRAMMY®-winning jazz bassist Christian McBride can be likened to a force of nature, fusing the fire and fury of a virtuoso with the depth and grounding of a seasoned journeyman. Powered by a relentless energy and a boundless love of swing, McBride’s path has described a continuous positive arc since his arrival on the scene. With a career now blazing into its third decade, the Philadelphia native has become one of the most requested, most recorded, and most respected figures in the music world today.
Raised in a city steeped in soul, McBride moved to New York in 1989 to pursue classical studies at the Juilliard School. There he was promptly recruited to the road by saxophonist Bobby Watson. Call it a change in curriculum: a decade’s worth of study through hundreds of recording sessions and countless gigs with an ever-expanding circle of musicians. He was finding his voice, and others were learning to listen for it.
Currently he hosts and produces “The Lowdown: Conversations With Christian” on SiriusXM satellite radio and National Public Radio’s “Jazz Night in America,” a weekly radio show and multimedia collaboration between WBGO, NPR and Jazz at Lincoln Center, showcasing outstanding live jazz from across the country. With his staggering body of work, McBride is the ideal host, drawing on history, experience, and a gift for storytelling to bridge the gap between artist, music, and audience. He brings that same breadth of experience to bear as Artistic Advisor for Jazz Programming at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC).
For four decades, PLEN has been preparing women for public policy leadership. Whether this means opening up their eyes to possible careers, training them to negotiate their first salary, or helping them build the networks and confidence to get ahead, PLEN has been there to help young women forge their own path as leaders. Our year-long celebration will highlight PLEN’s rich history within the women’s movements for equality, showcase prominent alumnae, and look back at the impact we’ve made while continuing to break down barriers for future women leaders. Learn more about PLEN's 40th Anniversary.
Lisa Kaenzig* • Sheree Anne Kelly • Lynn Smith Fox • Wells College
*denotes PLEN alumna
†denotes PLEN Board Member
PLEN is a nonpartisan 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and your contribution above the $40/person cost of the reception is tax deductible.
We have designed this event to fully comply with US Senate Rule 35.1(d)(1), US House Ethics Manual pp. 41-47, and the U.S. Executive Branch Gift Rules regarding the “widely attended event” exception to the gift rules.
Join the Contemporary Catholic Writers Reading Group for happy hour and a discussion of
ONE OF THE WALL STREET JOURNAL AND NPR'S BEST BOOKS OF 2017
Containing twelve new stories and nine classics from previous collections, Signals is Tim Gautreaux at his best. Effortlessly conjuring the heat and humidity of the author’s beloved South, these stories of men and women grappling with faith, small town life, and blue-collar work are alternately ridiculous and sublime. For both longtime fans and readers lucky enough to encounter him for the very first time, Signals cements Gautreaux’s place as an American master.
About the Author:
Tim Gautreaux is the author of two previous novels and two collections of stories. His work has appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, GQ, Harper's Magazine, and The New Yorker, as well as in volumes of the O. Henry and The Best American Short Story annuals. A professor emeritus in English at Southeastern Louisiana University, he lives with his family in Hammond.
Q: What is the Contemporary Catholic Writers Group?
A: CCW is a reading series started by Catholic University English graduate students in 2015. Learn more about us on our English department webpageand listen to author talks and interviews here. All CCW events are free and open to everyone.
Q: How do you choose which books to read?
A: Everyone who participates in a book discussion during a given semester is invited to suggest titles for the next semester's reading list and to vote on the final selections. We often take titles from lists compiled by leading Catholic literary artists and editors (here and here, for example) and the Catholic Literary Imagination conference series (here and here), but we are always open to new ideas from a variety of people and sources.
Q: Will the author be present at this book discussion?
A: No, but we will update the event page if there's ever a surprise visit.
Q: Why do I need to register?
A: RSVPs help us ensure there will be enough space, food, and drink for everyone. We appreciate the heads up!
Q: Should I bring anything for happy hour?
A: Feel free to bring a beverage or snack to share, but we'll be just as happy if you just bring yourself.
Q: What if I haven't finished the book before the meeting?
A: Join us anyway! We enjoy serious, in-depth discussions focused on major themes, characters, and the nuts and bolts of literary craft, but we're not sticklers. Regardless of how far you are in the book, you're welcome to participate as much or as little as you're comfortable with. We recommend picking out a favorite passage or two that we can read aloud and use as jumping off points for further discussion.
Q: Where exactly is the event location and where can I park?
A: Marist Annex is on the north end of campus (C7 on campus map): https://www.catholic.edu/res/docs/cuamap.pdf.) Free street parking is available on Harewood Road.