Washington DC Chapter: May 21, 2024 Networking Event

A P&G “Rewiree’s” Lessons Learned with Deborah Majoras

Please register by May 20!

When: 05/21/2024 | 5:00 pm – 7:00pm

Where: Bryant Street Market

670 Rhode Island Avenue, NE,  Washington, DC  20002

Getting there:

BY METRO: It is right across the Rhode Island Avenue Metro stop on the red line.

BY CAR: There is ample pay parking available.

The event schedule:

5:00pm – 6:00pm – Meet and greet. Grab your dinner from any of amazing food vendors at the venue!

6:00pm – 6:30pm – A P&G “Rewiree’s” Lessons Learned – a fireside chat with Deborah Majoras

6:30pm – 7:00pm – Q&A


1) This is a self-pay dinner, so please feel free to grab your food and join us at the reserved area next to Hot Lola’s. You can view the available vendors here: https://www.bryantstreetdc.com/retail/bryant-street-market/

2) The coverage charge will help us cover the cost of the venue. Any excess money generated will go to the Alumni Foundation and to fund future chapter events.

To register, please use the link below https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Ha76eagsp6G0Iqz7fxMxpaHp8i1rHFw8k6aWZZNIyX8/edit?pli=1

Registration ends May 20.

Washington DC Chapter: Smithsonian Folklife Festival Summer 2024 Networking Event — Register Now!

2024 Smithsonian Folklife Festival

Washington DC Chapter Summer Networking Event

in collaboration with Smithsonian Folklife Festival – please register by June 26!

When: 06/29/2024 at 11:00 am

Where: Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, Capital Gallery (west)

600 Maryland Ave SW,  Washington, DC

Suite 2001 (take elevator to 2nd Floor)

The building entrance is near the corner of 7th St and Maryland Ave SW where the L’Enfant Metro station is. There is limited metered street parking, and there is also a paid parking garage on C St SW and Maryland Ave SW.  If you are taking the metro – exit at L’Enfant Plaza metro station from the Maryland Ave & 7th St side.  Upon entry to the building, all guests must sign in and receive a visitor badge. A Smithsonian representative will be there to welcome you and escort you to the 2nd floor.

The 2024 Festival program has been announced! Learn more about Indigenous Voices of the Americas.

The event schedule:

11:00am – 11:15am – Meet and greet

11:15am – 11:30am – Serve lunch

11:30am – Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage Overview

12:00pm: Walk to Folklife Festival on the National Mall (entering on 7th St SW between Jefferson and Constitution)

12:10pm: Festival Overview and VIP walk-through of the Indigenous Voices of the Americas program

12:30pm: Behind-the-scenes special event for P&G alumni

12:45pm: Explore on your own.


To register, please use the button below or click on this link.

Registration ends June 26.

Washington DC Chapter: Tablers Station Plant Visit – Rescheduled – Date TBD, Check This Page for Updates

This event will not be held on March 16, 2024.  When the event is rescheduled,  this page will provide updates.


In 2018, P&G began manufacturing Bounce at its new $500 million plant in Berkeley County, W.Va., which is just the second new P&G site in the United States since 1971.  The site has more than 2 million square feet under roof, which is equal to about nine Manhattan city blocks, according to former P&G CEO David Taylor. It sits on 450 acres of previously vacant land, and employs over 1500 full-time P&G employees.  “We’re constructing more cost-effective, multi-category manufacturing sites in geographically strategic locations, automating and digitizing these sites to minimize cost and maximize flexibility,” Taylor told market analysts in 2018.

We are going to be able to offer you (and perhaps your spouse/kids/guests) an exclusive private tour of the plant. The Tablers Station plant, located in the panhandle of West Virginia near the Maryland and Virginia border, is an easy 1.5 hour drive from downtown Washington, DC.  More information will be available soon.

Touring a P&G plant is an amazing experience and will provide a glimpse into cutting edge American manufacturing and the high quality of P&G’s workforce today. More details and a picture are below.  If you have any questions at this time, you can email Jeff Adler (JAdler@AdlerSolutionsLLC.com).

The plant is in Tablers Station: https://goo.gl/maps/9PXXr6NXNG42

For perspective, it is under 70 miles from Tysons Corner, and under 80 miles from Bethesda.

Tentatively, we expect to schedule the tour around 11am.  The tour should last 30-60 minutes.  After our tour, we will have an optional (but strongly encouraged) networking lunch at one of the following:

  1. A restaurant near the plant
  2. Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races (25 minutes SE of plant, with lots of good restaurant options that can easily seat a crowd)
  3. A Harpers Ferry restaurant (about 35 minutes SE of plant)
  4. A Martinsburg, WV restaurant (about 10 minutes N of plant)