Democracy Dialogues

Our esteemed alumni are the living embodiment of GW’s commitment to excellence in political analysis and electoral scholarship and practice. From advising political campaigns, shaping policy agendas, and covering national and breaking news, GW alumni occupy pivotal roles in both shaping the mechanisms of governance and fostering insightful commentary on the ever-evolving landscape of politics.

This election year, we invite you to join us as we explore the intricate dynamics of politics and elections.

 

 

Thursday, March 28


Democracy Dialogues - A Panel Discussion on the Elections| 2 - 3 PM
Virtual Event

 

Steven V. Roberts, J.B. and M.C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs; columnist, TV and radio analyst, and best-selling author will moderate a discussion with Dana Bash, CCAS ‘93 and Kasie Hunt, ESIA ‘06, two journalists whose political coverage over the years has cemented their storied careers. This event is hosted by the GW Alumni Association with introductions by Executive Committee member Traci Scott, CCAS '96.

 

Tuesday, July 16


Republican National Convention Networking Reception | 4 - 6 PM

Milwaukee Marriott Downtown, 625 N Milwaukee Ave, Milwaukee WI

 

Join GW convention attendees at this networking reception that includes remarks on bipartisan political issues and how GW is preparing the next generation of political thought leaders. Hosted by GW Alumni in Politics & Government Industry Network

Registration opens in April.

 

Tuesday, August 20


Democratic National Convention | 4 - 6 PM

City View Loft- 324 N Leavitt St #200, Chicago, IL 60612

 

Join GW convention attendees at this networking reception that includes remarks on bipartisan political issues and how GW is preparing the next generation of political thought leaders. Hosted by GW Alumni in Politics & Government Industry Network

Registration opens in April.

 

Sunday, October 20


The November Election: Latest News, Top Stories & Analysis | 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Jack Morton Auditorium, 805 21st St NW, Washington, DC 20052

 

A panel of GW luminaries will discuss the top elections stories, headlines, polls, and fact checking related to the November Presidential Election.

Registration opens in August.