Friday, May 2, 2014
On the evening of Friday, May 2, Atlantic Media Chairman David Bradley hosted an invitation-only welcome dinner at his Washington, D.C. home. Named one of the top ten D.C. parties by Washingtonian Magazine, this event gathered 150 Beltway leaders and prominent out-of-towners from the worlds of business, entertainment, academia, non-profits, and government. On the eve of the White House Correspondents’ Association annual bash, this year’s Welcome Dinner celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner - a Washington tradition since 1914.
Saturday, May 3, 2014
In conjunction with White House Correspondents’ Weekend, The Atlantic and National Journal hosted the annual Editorial Breakfast, featuring a conversation on the LGBT movement and the debate over marriage equality. We gathered for breakfast and mimosas and a wide-ranging conversation on the evolution of LGBT rights in recent years - what has been accomplished and the challenges that lie ahead - through the eyes of Washington, the media, and the rest of America.
Atlantic Media partnered with CBS News to host its annual cocktail reception before the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in the coveted Heights Courtyard at the Washington Hilton.
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The Art of Expression
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Confronting the Skills Gap: The Texas Experience
The Atlantic will bring together educators, employers and policy makers in Texas – one of the most diverse and economically prosperous states in the nation – for a discussion about workforce development efforts in the Lone Star State.
Early Childhood Education: The San Antonio Experience
The Atlantic will host Early Childhood Education: The San Antonio Experience, a Next America forum bringing together local and national leaders for a wide-ranging discussion about expanded access to full day pre-kindergarten in San Antonio and its national implications.
City Makers Summit
The Atlantic will explore how technological growth contributes to – or curtails – workforce development in dense urban areas. The day’s conversations will cover topics like job training and education, inequality and the rise of Dallas entrepreneurship and corporate innovation.