WashingtonExec last week welcomed members from each of its Councils to Congressional Country Club for the company’s annual social and member appreciation event.
Digital Management Inc. (DMI), an enterprise mobility provider, sponsored the exclusive event which drew more than 70 attendees.
“I’ve enjoyed watching WashingtonExec evolve over the last two years and this year’s member appreciation event was the best yet. Reconnecting with industry leaders and my peers are always highlights for me. I look forward to seeing the organization grow for years to come,” said Sid Fuchs, President and CEO of MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB).
Guests connected over hors d’oeuvres and a buffet style dinner in the Windsor Room of the Bethesda, Md. country club.
Midway through the event, Council leaders from the Big Data, Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), VP of Intel, Human Capital, Mobility and Executive Assistant Councils briefly addressed future plans for the groups this fall and next year.
Dr. Evan Glazer, the principal of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJHSST), also spoke to attendees about ways in which they may partner with local schools to augment STEM involvement.
WashingtonExec’s next member appreciation event will be held next summer.