Chamber will host a Post-Election Dialogue with renowned political columnist Jeff Shapiro
Impact of 2016 elections the focus of Loudoun County Chamber discussion featuring Virginia’s top political columnist, Jeff Shapiro
Shapiro to be joined by George Mason professor and political analyst Toni-Michelle C. Travis and Eileen Braden, VP of Political Affairs at U.S. Chamber Commerce
Lansdowne, VA – On December 1, the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce will host an in-depth discussion, featuring top national and statewide political analysts, on the economic and political impacts of the 2016 elections and what it means for Loudoun County and Virginia.
Part of the Chamber’s 216 PolicyMaker Series, this discussion will feature the dean of Virginia’s political press corps, Jeff Schapiro, columnist for the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Shapiro will be joined by nationally-renowned political analyst and George Mason University Professor Toni-Michelle C. Travis, and the Vice President of Political Affairs at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Eileen Braden.
“The 2016 election were amongst the most historic, and tumultuous, in our Nation's history. Many business and community leaders are still struggling to understand how the election results will impact their businesses, their employees and their communities. The Loudoun County Chamber is proud to bring together these renowned political experts to help our members better understand how the 2016 election results will impact our national economy, our local communities and the future of American politics,” said Loudoun County Chamber President Tony Howard.
What: Post Election Analysis, part of the 2016 PolicyMaker Series
Who: Jeff Schapiro, columnist for the Richmond Times-Dispatch
Professor Toni-Michelle C. Travis, George Mason University
Eileen Braden, Vice President of Political Affairs, U.S. Chamber Commerce
Where: Belmont Country Club, 43750 Tournament Pkwy, Ashburn, VA 20147
When: Thursday, December 1, 2016; 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
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