Wednesday, October 10, 2018

  • Virtual Networking Affinity

    BallotReady

    With Mid-term elections right around the corner, it's time to ask yourself, " Who IS on the ballot and what do they represent?" For many, the November ballot remains a mystery. Where do you turn to learn more about the candidates? How do you know who is up for re-election? BallotReady is here to help! A digital nonpartisan voter guide, BallotReady helps voters around the country see their entire ballots, view aggregated information about every candidate and every ballot initiative, and share their completed ballots with their friends and networks. 

    Join us for a candid conversation with Nicole Isca, the Director of Voter Outreach for BallotReady, to learn more about their platform and passion to increase voter participation through education.

     

     

     

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    Nicole Isca is the Director of Voter Outreach for BallotReady, a digital nonpartisan voter guide on a mission to help every American enter the voting booth prepared to vote on their entire ballot. Before turning her focus to educating voters, Nicole taught high school English and World History for 7 years, first in Indianapolis and then in Chicago. It was through her work with students that she gained a passion and appreciation for the importance of empowering young people to be active citizens. A native Hoosier, Nicole earned her Bachelor's degree in Secondary Education from Indiana University and her Master of Arts in Secondary Education from Marian University.

  • The SAIS Women’s Alumni Network (SWAN) invites you to a “Building Your Network” skills session. Jeanne Balcom ’86, Vice President, Regulatory Policy at Options Clearing Corporation, and Krystle Veda Kaul ’09, Director of Strategic Communications and Public Affairs at the Defense Reduction Agency, will be featured alongside other powerful SAIS alumnae relationship builders on a panel about how to maintain your network to ensure an effective way to advance your career. Following the panel, you will take part in an interactive workshop highlighting how to demonstrate your character and competence to build trust and transform relationships from associates to allies. Registration is $25 (or $20 before October 4th) which includes dinner. This skills session takes place in Kenney Auditorium, 1740 Massachusetts Avenue, NW.

    RSVP to www.eventbrite.com/e/swan-dc-fall-networking-workshop-tickets-49292277529