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welcome to the washington, dc chapter


The Washington D.C. Chapter encompasses the Greater DC area, to include suburban Maryland and Northern Virginia. 

In 2004, a core group of women enthusiastically joined together to establish
the D.C. Chapter of The Transition Network.


 

Today, our volunteer D.C. Chapter Leadership continues its dedication to the mission of TTN --
to inspire and support professional women, 50 and beyond, through transitions. Our members are
vibrant, active women with a wide range of interests and talents who recognize that the years
after 50 can be full of new pursuits and sources of learning and fulfillment. Located in our
nation’s capital, we often take advantage of the exciting events, theater, exhibits, people and
other opportunities that makes our area unique, all while creating special connections with each
other.

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Get Involved!  
 
   

GET CONNECTED: Find your fit.  
We offer a variety of events and activities that encourage personal connections and promote networking. These activities include:

  • Transition support groups and workshops, including Rewiring, Transition Peer Groups (TPG), as well as Signature Programs on important aspects of transition such as personal resilience and women in transition discussions;
  • Charitable efforts to benefit women, organized by our Impact Committee;
  • Educational and cultural learning opportunities, including our new Conversation Series;
  • Special Interest Groups (SIG) on topics of interest to members that meet on a regular basis determined by the group;
  • Book groups
  • Our chapter-based list serve keeps us connected informally
  • Latest news on Facebook  http://www.facebook.com/TTNWashingtonDC/
GET INVOLVED: Find your place.
  • Volunteer your way: We are an all-volunteer chapter that is continuously looking for women with a desire to engage in meaningful ways – we match your interests with our Chapter’s needs.
  • Create the program you want: We are a self-directed, nationally and locally supported chapter that promotes new programs and communications that inspire our members and grow our membership.
  • See what’s possible: Contact us at dcchapter@thetransitionnetwork.org

 
Quotes from TTN Chapter Members
 
Rebecca De Los Rios: “When I retired after 30 years of working in Global Health, I felt like I was jumping into unknown territory without a parachute. By joining TTN-DC four years ago and being involved with many members and activities, I have had a strong safety net that's provided a lot of support; I’m happy to say that my transition resulted in a smooth landing!”


Members are excited about trying new things, meeting new people and being exposed to new ideas.
The enthusiasm that all members have for this organization keeps me engaged! They are so happy to have found TTN, love coming to meetings, want to have more activities and opportunities to do fun things and spend time together!

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CHAPTER NEWS

September 13, 2017
Extraordinary Tour to the National Gallery
TTN members and guests enjoyed a thrilling re-introduction to the National Gallery of Art's East Building on Wednesday, September 13.   Read more...

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July 23, 2017
The New Salon Series starts in October

TTN DC Chapter is pleased to announce the New Program: "The Salon Series" starting with 3 Sessions in October 2017

Salons are hosted by TTN Members, where small group of women come together for focused, professionally facilitated discussions on topics relevant to our members and potential members. Read more...

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June 16, 2017
TTN-DC Kicks off its Conversation Series with Great Success!
On a summer evening, in a city where entertainment options abound, an enthusiastic crowd of DC-area women gathered to talk about the intersection of grit, perseverance and transition with Robin Koval, co-author with Linda Kaplan Thaler of Grit to Great: How Perseverance, Passion and Pluck Take You from Ordinary to Extraordinary. In a lively Q & A, Robin shared lessons of her transition from award-winning NYC advertising executive to her encore career as CEO of Truth Initiative.
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