AMADC Mentor Program Spring Event: “Take Your Networking to the Next Level”

Start Date
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Note: This program is open only to Mentor Program participants

Location Name
General Assembly
1133 15th Street NW, 8th Floor
District Of Columbia
About The Program

Challenged by networking? Want to improve your approach? Most of us go to networking events, but fail to leverage them with natural and easy conversations that continually expand our business networks in ways that help us achieve our goals. Join Dana Theus of InPower Coaching for an interactive session on how to take your online and offline networking to a new level that will continually build your business network with little effort and big payoff possibilities. Put together an InPower Coaching Network Plan so that in just a few months, your network will be more valuable and be working to help you reach your career and business goals.



  • Discover which types of networking strategies pay off with professional advancement.
  • Learn how to take the "work" out of networking and make it a fun and authentic exchange with everyone you meet.
  • Develop a personal networking plan to help you keep your networking plans top of mind.


6:00 - 6:30 pm: Networking 
6:30 - 6:45 pm: Announcements and survey results
6:45 - 8:15 pm: Interactive session  
8:15 - 8:30pm: Wrap-up and close

About the Speaker
Dana Theus
Dana Theus
InPower Coaching

Our session will be facilitated by Dana Theus of InPower Coaching. Dana is a compelling and engaging leadership speaker, motivating mid-level and executive audiences to master change and seek professional success through personal growth. In her talks and articles, she gives voice to the value of women in the workforce and their leadership assets – energizing women and men alike to tap into their full potential for authentic leadership styles that balance organizational cultures. Her research-based talks are inspirational, action-oriented and inpowering. To learn more about Dana, click here for her bio here.

About the Sponsor
General Assembly

General Assembly is thrilled to support AMADC's mentor program and contribute to a growing community of marketing professionals in the DC area.  Since launching the DC campus in 2013, General Assembly has provided practical, skills-based learning opportunities for over 35,000 professionals in the DC area, ranging from events, workshops, part-time courses, and full-time programs.  As the marketers toolkit continues to evolve, we hope to be there as a resource for AMADC members throughout their careers, whether leveling up on the latest skills in Digital MarketingData AnalyticsUser Experience Design, or Web Development.  In line with GA's mission to empower people to pursue the work they love, we're excited to be part of the AMADC mentor program, that's focused on building relationships that foster sharing, learning, and career growth.