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More Than 175 TFAS Alumni And Friends Attend The Inaugural Alumni Ball


On Nov. 10 TFAS held its first ever alumni ball at the historic Arts Club of Washington. An alumni host committee helped with the planning and ticket sales. The committee also solicited donations for a silent auction, which brought in over $3,000 for the alumni scholarship fund.

More than 175 alumni and friends attended the ball, making it one of the largest alumni events ever held. Guests danced to the tunes of a disc jockey and enjoyed light fare and an open bar.

The event was co-sponsored by Julieta Slattery, Realtor and Social Driver, a Washington-based firm specializing in digital strategy and development. We thank the following alumni:


Betsy Bryant (IBGA 05)

Lauren Crawford (ICPES 04)

Peter Feldman (ICPES 04)

Cecily Hastings (ICPES 05)

Caroline Poe (IBGA 05)


Adam Berkland (ICPES 08)

Andrea Browne-Phillips (ICPES 04)

Mary Ellen Beatty (IPJ 05)

LeRoy Coleman (IBGA 04)

Katie Fourmy (IPVS 06)

Joaquin Gallardo (ILA 09)

Patricia Gentry (IPVS 04)

Jonathan Goossen (IBGA 03)

Lindsey Hurlbut (IBGA 06)

Joseph Lai (ICPES 01)

Blair Mixon (CSF 08)

Molly Muilenburg (IPVS 07)

Amanda Pope (CSP 08)

Elizabeth Stevulak (ICPES 07)

Loren Streit (IBGA 05)

Cornell Teague (IBGA 99, IIPES 01)


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