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|Jan. 16||David Bradford Faculty Talk|
|Jan. 20||Winter Tennis Event|
|Jan. 25||Breakfast Briefing|
|Feb. 13||Dinner & Dialogue|
Tuesday, Jan. 16th
BRADFORD FACULTY TALK
6:45 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Mercer Management Consulting
2300 N Street. NW, 8th Floor
Foggy Bottom or Dupont Circle Metro. Some street parking, pay for indoor.
$12 includes box dinner/beverages. To attend, please send a check by Jan. 13th, payable to SBSAA for
$12 to: Sandy Phillips, 4016 N. 25th Rd, Arlington, VA 22207.
Alternatively, you may call Sandy at (202) 862-1125 (w) or Robert Cole at
(202) 244-4546 (h) by Jan. 15.
You’re invited to David Bradford’s traveling classroom where an interactive discussion
on Conflict in Teams will include role playing and video tape examples. Prof.
Bradford is a Senior lecturer in Organizational Behavior at the Business School
and has consulted on leadership development for McKinsey & Co., IBM, Levi-Strauss,
Frito-Lay, and the US Department of Labor.
Return by Jan. 13th
Mr. David Bradford – Jan. 16, 1996
School/Degree/Year: ____________ ______________________________
ALUMNI CONSULTING TEAMS
ACT HELPS YOU HELP OTHERS. The SBSAA Alumni Consulting Team
(ACT) program invites Stanford grads to consult to non-profit and
government organizations. If you work with such a group in any
capacity, and believe it could use more assistance, ACT may be
able to arrange for other MBAs to help. Consultation can be
provided by E-mail, in a special meeting, or through short-term
volunteer work. For details contact ACT Coordinator Ken Weiss at
E-mail WEISSFAM@aol.com or daytime phone (202) 466-0649.
Saturday, Jan. 20th
WINTER TENNIS EVENT
8 p.m. – Midnight
Arlington Y Tennis and Squash Club
3400 North 13th St., Arlington, VA
$15 to play (limited to first 30 players); $5 to watch.
Food and beverages will be provided
From Maryland or DC, take the Key Bridge to Virginia and head
straight on Fort Myer Drive but don’t take the underpass). Turn
right on Wilson Boulevard. Take another right onto
Washington Boulevard, and another right onto Kirkwood Road. The
club is at the intersection of Kirkwood and North 13th Street.
From Virginia, proceed to Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, head
west on Washington Boulevard, and turn right on Kirkwood Road.
Stop at corner of Kirkwood and North 13th.
Once again, we will have an informal, round-robin tournament at
the Arlington Y. Five courts have been reserved for our use –
due to space limitations, we will accept only the first 30
players to register. However, plenty of food and drink will be
available, so anyone who wishes to come watch and socialize is welcome.
To Register: Send the form below with your check (payable to the
Washington DC Stanford Association) to
3902 Laro Court
Fairfax, VA 22031
Questions? Call Jim at (703) 978-3369 (h) or (703) 978-4575 (w)
In case of inclement weather, call the Stanford Hotline at (301)
Phone Number(s): ______________
Amount Enclosed: $ _____________
Thursday, Jan. 25th
“THE REPUBLICAN PARTY’S CONGRESS: MID-TERM REPORT”
with Representative Jennifer Dunn (R-WA),
Stanford B.A., 1963
Republican Congresswoman Jennifer Dunn from Bellevue, Washington,
was initially elected to Congress in 1992, a year in which her party
lost every major race in her state but her own (which she won with
60 percent of the vote). Her efforts in the 1994 election cycle, however,
helped not just to reelect herself but six additional Republicans in her delegation,
reversing the results from 1992.
Dunn, who serves on the House Ways and Means Committee and the
Oversight Committee, fits a more traditional than contemporary
pattern for women office holders, according to The Almanac of
American Politics. Instead of entering politics from academia,
the law or issue activism, she graduated from college, married
and had two children before becoming involved as a campaign
volunteer. As her sons grew up, Dunn got involved in politics,
serving full time as the Washington State Republican Party
Chairman from 1981 until 1992, as well as Vice Chairman of the
Republican National Committee and Chairman of all the Republican
state party chairmen nationwide from 1988-91.
Representative Dunn has been cast as a moderate in the politics
of her home state, largely because she has defended abortion
rights against strong intraparty opposition. In Congress, she
has voted for NAFTA and GATT, and during 1995 was generally
supportive of House Speaker Gingrich (R-GA).
Prior to her jobs with the Republican Party, Dunn worked for the
King County (in the Puget Sound region of Washington) government
and earlier as an IBM systems engineer designing and programming
computer applications for small business. She has been a US
delegate to United Nations’ conferences on the status of women in
1984-85 and in 1990. Her Stanford B.A. is in English literature.
Place: Old Ebbitt Grill, 675 15th St., NW
Metro: Metro Center (13th and G Streets exit)
Time: 7:45 to 9:00 a.m.
Cost: $12.00 per person
Menu: Continental breakfast
Please make checks payable to: Washington, DC Stanford
Association. Forms and checks should be sent by Jan. 24th to:
Terry Adlhock c/o Florida Power Corporation, Suite 600N, 601
Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20004, tel. (202) 783-5560.
Amount Enclosed $______________
Phone Number: ________________________________
There is no cost to bowl or for shoes — you only have to pay for
à la carte refreshments at the snack bar.
Saddened by Stanford’s Liberty Bowl loss? Don’t fret, ’cause now
you have a chance to play in your own bowl-ing game. Sign up as
a team (no more than 5 people) or as an individual. Prizes for
the highest individual and team scores, most creative gutterball,
most turkeys in a game, etc.
To reserve a spot for you or your team and to get directions to
the bowling alley, call Robyn Alexander at (301) 816-4920. We
have reserved several ten pin lanes and a few duck pin lanes (for
those of you who might want to bring your kids along).
6:30 PM – dinner
7:30 PM – dialogue
1602 17th St. (at Q St.), NW
The Modern Drama Discussion Group will discuss “Death of a
Salesman” by Arthur Miller. Please RSVP to David Sobelsohn at
(202) 484-8303 so that you can be informed of any change in
location. If you would like to be put on the newsletter
distribution list for this group, please call Laurie Cullen at
RENEW your membership if you have not already done so.
Check your mailing label to see if you have already renewed your
membership for 1996. If you are not paid through 1996, dues are
still $15. Send checks payable to: Washington DC Stanford
Association, P.O. Box 12179, Arlington, VA 22219.
If you would like your monthly mailing sent via e-mail
only, the cost is only $5. You may also request a directory of
members, which contains useful Stanford information, for an
KEY CONTACT INFORMATION:
Membership Information: Paul Garrett (202) 466-5288;
Sherry Dunn-Abel (202) 244-4568
Stanford Club Hotline:(301) 230-5575
PRESIDENT: Bill Pegram, (703) 486-0952
VICE PRESIDENT: Clare Stephens, (202) 462-7061