Seeking Opportunities in the Presidential Transition: How to Find Jobs in the Next Administration

Thursday, December 8th, 2016

Our chapter is proud to co-sponsor an upcoming event with the Women’s Bar Association of DC for their upcoming December event.

Presented by: Government Attorneys Forum

Catie Hargrove, Senior Operations Manager, Center for Presidential Transition
Laura Pietrantoni, Associate, Center for Presidential Transition

Every four years, presidential elections determine who the leaders of the next administration will be. Join us as experts from the Center for Presidential Transition share ideas about the types of jobs and opportunities available in the new administration! Our panelists will give valuable advice about how to seek and apply for these jobs and opportunities and discuss the Plum Book. Our panel also will discuss diversity issues in the presidential transition.

Don’t delay in registering for this exciting program!

Advance Registration Before / After December 5th:
Members*: $20 / $25
Non-members: $30 / $35
Student Members: $20 / $25

RSVP on the WBA of DC website.
*ASPA members can receive the WBA member rate by calling in and mentioning the co-sponsorship per Cathy Pagano of WBA-DC.
If you have questions about this program or experience any difficulties in registering, please call 202-639-8880.*

Speaker Biographies

Catie Hargrove is a Senior Manager with the Center for Presidential Transition, where she leads the design and implementation of thePartnership’s Senior Executive Service (SES) development activities, including executive coaching and action-learning programs for executives.

Prior to joining the Partnership, Catie was the Director of the Kinship Center Education Institute. Catie earned a Master’s in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Capella University and a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Human Resource Development from James Madison University.

Laura Pietrantoni is an Associate with the Partnership’s Center for Presidential Transition. She works to improve the appointments process so that more of the president-elect’s team is in place and ready to serve on day one.

Laura graduated in 2016 with a B.A. in Political Science from Stanford University, where she concentrated on issues of election, representation, and governance.