A big thank you to IPR alums Erin Dozier, Corie Wright, Jenny Prime, Karen Henein, and Khaliah Barnes, for organizing a Reunion Happy Hour for former IPR students and fellows who worked in the communications section while at IPR and/or are currently working the in a communications-related area. The well-attended event was held on January 30, 2014, at James Hoban’s Irish Bar. Former students spanned the range from Sherille Ismail (F1980), who works at the FCC, to to recent graduate Amanda Burkett (F2013). Former fellows ranged from Karen Oneiji (formerly Edward, 1995-97), who also works at the FCC, to current fellow Eric Null. If you are an IPR alum and did not receive an invitation to this fun, not to mention great-networking, event, we probably don’t have you correct email address. Let us know by sending your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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