Friday Oct 20 @ 7:45 AM
CXPA DC Morning Power-Up: Where Should CX Report?
CXPA - Customer Experience Professionals Association – CXPA DC Morning Power-Up: Where Should CX Report? When Friday, October 20 7:45 AM - 8:45 AM ET Where Greenberry's Coffee and Tea 1919 Pennsylvania Ave NW (Pennsylvania Avenue at 20th St. NW) Washington, DC 20006 Cost $0.00 Join your fellow DC-area CX Professionals to network and compare notes on experiences and challenges. This is a new, informal, all-conversation, fast-moving morning meet-up over coffee on a topic relevant to the core concepts and principles of CX as a management discipline. We choose the topic, you choose the anecdotes or questions you'd like to add to the group discussion. Topic Which department within an organization should "own" customer experience? Where should CX report? Is it sales, marketing, IT, strategy, business development? Somewhere else? What are the pros and pitfalls for each? What have you seen work, and what doesn't work, with CX department reporting structures? No registration required. Just come at 7:45 AM and order breakfast or coffee. We will begin our chat at 8:00 AM. We will wrap up by 8:45 AM so that our Washington, DC colleagues can get to work on time. Additional Information About the Venue: Two blocks West of Farragut West Metro Stop (Blue, Orange Silver Lines) Three blocks Southwest of Farragut North Metro Stop (Red Line)
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 8:00 AM
VA Attorney General Debate
Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce – Demonstrating the increasing impact that Loudoun County has on Virginia’s statewide elections, the two major party candidates for Attorney General will meet in a campaign debate before an audience of Loudoun’s top business, government and community leaders. Join your Loudoun County Chamber colleagues as Mr. John Adams (Republican) and Attorney General Mark Herring (Democrat) face off in this special PolicyMaker Series event.
 
    Friday Oct 20 - Oct 21 @ 9:00 AM
Empowering our Community - CKA National Summit & Gala
Council of Korean Americans (CKA) – On October 20-21, 2017, CKA will convene our third annual National Summit & Gala at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC. The theme of this year's gathering is Empowering our Community. It is a crucial opportunity to hear from elected officials and connect with business and community leaders to plan and mobilize for action on matters that affect us all. The Gala & Awards Dinner is part of our National Summit, which will feature a Congressional briefing on Friday, October 20; a day-time program with distinguished leaders from government, business, academia, and media/entertainment on Saturday, October 21; and a black-tie Gala &Awards Dinner on the evening of the 21 st . Please see our highlight video from our 2016 National Summit & Gala at www.councilka.org. Stay tuned for updates on speakers and honorees. See you there!
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 9:00 AM
3rd Annual Family & Friends Day
The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law – Family & Friends Day Schedule of Events Friday, October 20, 2017 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Refreshments and Registration, Keelty Atrium 9:30 a.m. Meet the Dean, Slowinski Courtroom Daniel F. Attridge, Dean and Knights of Columbus Professor of Law 10:00 a.m. The Law School Experience, Slowinski Courtroom 10:30 a.m. Coffee Break, Keelty Atrium 11:00 a.m. Torts Class with your first year students ~ OR ~ Campus tours for upper division families/guests 12:15 p.m. First Year Friday Program, Byron Auditorium CUA Law/Ehrlich Partnership on Clemency presents Crime, Clemency, and Politics* with The Honorable Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. Governor of Maryland (2003-2007) *This program qualifies for a Professional Conduct Education Credit. Oktoberfest Reception, Keelty Atrium
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 9:00 AM
27th University System of Maryland Women's Forum
University of Maryland Center for Integrative Medicine – Join us as two of our team members present breakout sessions at the 27th Annual University System of Maryland Women's Forum Conference! Here's the low-down: You've heard the employee satisfaction buzz word, right? This so-called work-life balance that we are all striving for? ?Does it seem within reach? Is it even possible? The 27th Annual University System of Maryland (USM) Women’s Forum Conference, with a theme of Renew, Reset, Recharge: Your Journey Towards Work-Life Balance, aims to answer those questions and more as we discuss the many facets involved in building work-life balance for faculty, staff, and students. Get ready to start your journey!
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 9:30 AM
BTech Conference [SOLD OUT]
GW Center for Career Services – Interested in a career in tech? Not sure what that means or if it’s the right fit for you? You’re invited to attend bTech Conference 2017, where we’ll explore the various business roles available in this industry. ?? Hear from alumni with diverse backgrounds and skills on how they found themselves in tech ?? Participate in interactive sessions from companies like Amazon, Microsoft and Google ?? Chat with conference speakers over a designated lunch and networking session. bTech Conference is generously supported by the GW Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, GW Center for Career Services, GW DATA and the Undergraduate Business Association. ?? Registration: Registration opens on Sunday, October 1st at 9:00 AM. A waitlist will be available once the event its full capacity. ?? Attire: Business Casual attire required (not sure what this means? Check out this helpful guide: https://www.thebalance.com/what-is-business-casual-attire-2061168) ? Event Day: Check-in will start at 9:30 AM on the day of the event and the first session will start at 10:00AM Eventbrite: go.gwu.edu/btech
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 9:30 AM
Friday CLASS w/ Sadie Leigh & Live Music by Mark H Rooney
Sadie Leigh Dance and Yoga – A class for experienced movers facilitated by a rotating panel of DX artists, local choreographers, and visiting artists committed to sharing movement-based research through their teaching. $15 or $12 w/ class card. Sadie Leigh is a dancer, choreographer, performance artist and teacher born and raised in the DC?Metroplitan area. Her movement is organically derived from source material ranging from idiosyncratic and pedestrian gestures to disappointing text messages to fever dreams and happy accidents. Using joyful improvisation and juicy rhythms, she creates choreography and scores that sweep, collapse, orbit, and twist. She delights in pairing sharp focus with bodies that are off center and spiraling. The content of her work often starts with big picture ideas, such as human connection, feminism, loss, friendship, and dissonance, and finds its footing in personal details from "that one time when..." Whether the dance is a celebration, a memorium, a diary entry, or a love letter, it is always a collaboration, and always fundamentally human.
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 9:30 AM
Pause: Half Day Yoga & Meditation Retreat - SOLD OUT
lil omm yoga – Take some time to enjoy yoga, meditation, reflection, and quiet in a peaceful, welcoming space right here in DC! There should always be time for a day of purposeful reflection, contemplation, and community. Whether you work full-time or a stay-at-home parent juggling everyone’s schedules, you can take a few hours and give yourself the break you need from your busy life in a simple, accessible way. If you’ve never been on a yoga retreat, this is a great entry point (not too long, not too far away, not too rigid). All levels, ages, and stages are welcome. Our practice is safe and gentle enough for prenatal and postnatal students. All participants will have a short break for lunch– bring your own or stop by a local restaurant or cafe (Whole Foods is 2 short blocks away). If you have any food/dietary restrictions or concerns, please e-mail me.
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 10:15 AM
Free Halloween Craft Playgroup
Fit4Mom Lorton/Springfield/Burke/Woodbridge/Kingstowne – Join us for our weekly playgroup after our Stroller classes at all locations (**Reminder our village playgroups at our Kingstowne location are on Tuesdays)! This week it's Halloween Craft - don't worry, our Awesome PlayGroup Captains will bring everything needed for your kiddos to get creative and have fun! **You do not need to be a FIT4MOM member to join us for our activities. All are welcome - so bring a friend! #ourvillageisyourvillage
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 10:30 AM
Mr. Lemoncello at Politics & Prose
Politics and Prose Bookstore – Chris Grabenstein celebrates the launch of the third book in his award-winning Lemoncello Library series: MR. LEMONCELLO'S GREAT LIBRARY RACE!
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 12:00 PM
Dj Alkimist at Tropicalia
Tropicalia – 10pm-3am 21+
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 1:00 PM
Grow Your Profit Share with Kelly Wyatt
KW Metro Center Arlington – Grow Your Profit Share with Kelly Wyatt October 20th 1:00pm-2:00pm One of the greatest gifts of Keller Williams is Profit Share. Profit Share typically isn’t the reason why agents join KW, but merely “icing on the cake,” to the obvious value adds such as training / education, capped commissions and culture. Agents join KW to sell real estate and ultimately Build Careers Worth Having, Businesses Worth Owning and Lives Worth Living, however, the gift of Profit Share is an opportunity to build passive income and is available to all who wish to use their influence to help grow the company. Profit share is real and the opportunity is real. Join Kelly Wyatt on October 20th to Learn How to Grow Your Profit Share Tree!
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 3:00 PM
ACRA OLO: Hosting a Successful Internship
American Cultural Resources Association – Many business leaders in the CRM industry recognize the need for talented and experienced applicants to fill entry-level and mid-level management roles in their company. When it comes to finding a candidate, too often supervisors rely on the “shotgun” effect to fill open positions when a more targeted approach can be followed. A CRM firm can find and groom talented students, while also showcasing their company culture and work environment, by hosting an intern. This 1-hour Continuing Education course introduces how to design and host a successful internship program. A pair of instructors from the Academy and professionals from two CRM companies will share their perspectives and advice about interns and the programs that employ them. The speakers will present a framework for an internship program beginning with a focus on meaningful learning and active reflection on the learning experience.
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 4:00 PM
Urban Farm Fermentory Mead and Cider Night
Urban Farm Fermentory – Come join us as we celebrate Meads, Gruits, and Ciders with Urban Farm Fermentory with a meet and greet from our friends at the brewery. If you get here during happy hour (4-7) get a free beer with a purchase of a hamburger. On Tap: -Cidah Super Dry -Cidah Blueberry -Mead Basil -Dubbel de Gruit -Berliner Weisse -Saison de Gruit -The Jun We will also have cans of: Dry Sidrah Blueberry Sidrah
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 4:00 PM
Student, Alumni & Parent Meet-n-Greet
GW Center for Career Services – Kick off Colonials Weekend with this special opportunityto practice networking and make a great first impression! First, attend our workshop, "The Power of Professional Networking from 4:00-4:30, where you will learn the basics of this important life skill. RSVP at https://app.joinhandshake.com/events/85908. Then, from 4:30-6:30, put these skills to good use at the "Student, Alumni, & Parent Meet-n-Greet." Here, you will have the opportunity to network with GW Alumni from Deloitte, The State Department, Solar Energy Industries, Morgan Stanley, and many more. RSVP at https://app.joinhandshake.com/events/85913. You must attend "The Power of Professional Networking" to attend the Meet-n-Greet. Make sure you RSVP for both!
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 4:00 PM
Cass R. Sunstein | Impeachment: A Citizen's Guide
Politics and Prose Bookstore – Impeachment is an essential tool of self-government, and citizens of a democracy must know how to use it. In this concise and readable primer, Cass Sunstein, one of the nation’s foremost legal scholars and former administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, uses historical and theoretical cases to illustrate what constitutes impeachable behavior and show what the people’s role is in holding presidents accountable. As he traces the founders’ thinking on this matter and carefully parses what the Constitution says about it, he clarifies many common misunderstandings regarding what counts as “high crimes and misdemeanors”; they need not always violate the law to be an impeachable offense. This event is free to attend with no reservation required. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis.
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 4:00 PM
Champagne Day
Marcel's by Robert Wiedmaier – Celebrate Champagne Day at Marcel's, Brasserie Beck and Siren on Friday, October 20th. Offering Champagne Dinner menus and Champagne specials. Champagne Bureau
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 4:30 PM
Pure Rocket Workshop with David Kyle
Pure Om Fairfax – Join David Kyle for an exploration of classic Rocket Transitions and learn exercises to prepare the body to one day be able to seamlessly weave these more advanced options into your flow. Be prepared for an in depth look at inverted sun salutations, bakasana to handstand press, high straddle press, low straddle press (mulabandha checkups), and other various ways to take it up! This workshop offers a small standing rocket to warm up and then we dive into drills and skills. Price: Early bird special $25/ $30 at the door
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 5:00 PM
Café Havana Food Truck at Tin Cannon Brewing Co.
Tin Cannon Brewing Co. – Food Truck Friday features Cafe Havana a Cuban Infusion and all their delicious dinner options starts at 5pm! Everything on the menu goes great with our #vacraftbeers Cheers!??#tcbc #tincannonbrewingco #makinggreatbeerforgreatpeople #cafahavana
 
    Friday Oct 20 @ 5:45 PM
Annual Cupcake Date with NeW
Network of enlightened Women - American University – Join NeW at AU for our annual Cupcake Date at the Georgetown Waterfront! Celebrate the end of midterm season with Baked and Wired, NeW, and a Georgetown waterfront sunset! We will meet at 5:40pm at Letts Anderson South Side Shuttle stop to travel to Baked & Wired. Bring some money for some sweet treats and your Upass.