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The HKS DC Alumni Council held its last meeting of the year on Monday, December 12, 2016. The Council President Jayme Johnson chaired the meeting, attended by members and friends of the Council. The Council member, Yael Marciano, generously hosted the end year meeting and dinner.
During the meeting, the Council reviewed its activities and performance during the past year and discussed goals and upcoming projects for the next year. Councilors shared activi...
Around thirty HKS alums gathered at the Truman Lounge at the National Press Club to reflect on the historic and significant election of Donald Trump to the Oval Office.
The HKS DC Alumni Council acknowledged the significance of the day's election result for the HKS community in D.C. and across the world, and so called an impromptu gathering for drinks and conversation with classmates.
Of note, HKS alum and Congressman Chris Van Hollen was elected to the Senate.
The HKS DC Breakfast Series convened September 30, the week of the first debate, to explore the role of Millennials in the 2016 election. It was one of our small session events in which participating alums could relive the best HKS intimate sessions with outstanding speakers and an engaged audience of about 30. It was of course a non-partisan discussion.
The question was whether the Millennial vote is pivotal in the election. We learned that it is.