Rachel Pearson founded Engage: Bringing Women Together to Find Solutions in November 2018 as a bipartisan organization dedicated to promoting women’s economic security. Engage held its first Summit in the wake of the 2018 elections and its second summit, the Summer Summit, in July 2019. Read more in the press release here.
March 6, 2019
ForgePoint Capital and AT&T Cybersecurity hosted an insightful panel discussion during their 10th Annual RSA dinner. The panelists shared their experiences and insights as they lead Digital Transformation Programs in their respective organizations. The conversation also focused on how to balance convenience and user experience while protecting sensitive information and individual privacy.
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January 25, 2019
We are pleased to announce the addition of seven incredible women to the Women’s Foreign Policy Group Board of Directors: Gloria Story Dittus, Laura Cox Kaplan, Michele Lynch, Ambassador Capricia Penavic Marshall, Kristi Rogers, Evan Ryan, and Samantha Vinograd. We also want to thank the wonderful and committed Directors who completed their terms in 2018: Stephenie Foster, Kate Irvin, Gail Leftwich Kitch, Mary Catherine Toker, and Nancy Ziuzin Schlegel. View WFPG’s 2019 Board of Directors.
By: Nikki Schwab
October 1, 2018
“The Hill is alive with the sound of music. Rachel Pearson, a D.C.-based Republican consultant, is launching a concert series for members of Congress and their staffs, hoping the tunes will cool tensions on Capitol Hill. She’s tapped New York City-based violin virtuoso Joshua Bell for the first show, which is Tuesday, with aims to bring in talents such as Yo-Yo Ma and Wynton Marsalis for future shows.”
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By: Kathleen Parker
November 27, 2018
“To begin to answer these questions, four women — two from each party — put their heads together and created a one-day, bipartisan confab in Washington — the “Elevate” summit — to discuss issues on which women can find common ground. The organizers recognized that social issues remain divisive but myriad other concerns provide opportunities to work together, including caregiving, health care and workplace issues.”
Read More in the Washington Post