WNG Seminar Event
"Career Transitions in the International Arena"
News Release: February 4, 2009
On Wednesday, February 4, 2009, the Washington Network Group convened this seminar for WNG Members and non-member guests. This event was organized under the auspices of the WNG International Roundtable. It was the second seminar in a series, and featured a panel of experts who work with professionals in the international development, investment and trade policy arena. The event was attended by approximately 90 people. To see our original invitation, click here.
• Tracy Morrison - CARANA Corporation, Director of International Recruitment
• Kate Warren - The Development Executive Group (DevEx), Director of Global Recruiting Services
• James Wilkinson - Washington International Trade Association (WITA), Executive Director
• Howard Wallack - Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Director, International Programs (moderator)
"That was a terrific Career Transition workshop last night. I've been to a number of these over the years. I have to say, this was one of the better workshops. The panelists were very informative and provided a lot of solid advice. They also had great credentials and experience. I walked away with many useful tips and lots to really think about. Interesting to note, I usually see more women in the audience; I was surprised by the number of men."
- Senior Executive, American Psychological Association
This event was generously hosted by Merrill Lynch. For more information about sponsorship opportunities with the WNG: click here
The WNG is pleased to have CEO Update as our media sponsor for this career seminar series. CEO Update is the leading resource for news affecting all aspects of your career and for executive-level jobs in the association field. Seminar participants were provide complimentary copies of the most recent edition of the publication, as well as an option to subscribe at a special discount.
This event was held at Merrill Lynch Conference Center, located at 1152 Fifteenth Street, NW, in Washington, D.C.
Questions: Contact the WNG Office