Kicking off a busy fall event season, over 50 executives attended WashingtonExec’s happy hour last month in Tysons Corner. Attain, LLC, a leading management, technology and strategy consulting firm, sponsored the packed event.
“Attain is always proud to support and be a part of WashingtonExec’s events,” said Manish Agarwal, president of Federal Services at Attain. “WashingtonExec understands the importance of connecting at the executive level to deliver value at both the individual and company level – another terrific crowd on Thursday.”
Executives were able to mingle and connect with new faces, past employees, previous bosses, lost connections, as well as current teaming partners and competitors. The mission of these programs is to connect government contracting executives of consequence through targeted and trusted forums.
The WashingtonExec Federal Acquisition Council for Business Development Professionals, Mobility Council, Big Data Council, Leadership Council, Intelligence Council, Strategic Human Capital Council, STEM Council and the Federal Business Council were all represented at the happy hour. Read more about WashingtonExec’s Council Chairmen and newly-formed Speaker Committee here.
“WashingtonExec events provide an excellent opportunity for networking and keeping up to date with industry trends. I also think the quality of the guest speakers are without equal, said Vincent Mihalik, Director, Strategy and Business Development, Intelligence Mission Solutions at JACOBS.
Mihalik went on to say, “JD and his team have put together a dynamic forum for executives to exchange information and build upon common areas of interest ranging from emerging technologies to charities and related events. Looking forward to a productive year!”
Attain and WashingtonExec are both proud and active supporters of the National Kidney Foundation, a large nonprofit dedicated to the awareness, prevention, and treatment of kidney disease in the U.S. Read our story with 2014 Kidney Ball Chairman John Wasson on how your organization can still take a leadership role with the Masquerade Kidney Ball on November 15th at The Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.