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Dc Area Twitter Folks - Wake Up early tomorrow to meet @cathleenritt

Cathleen Rittereiser is in town for a express visit on business . Just landed today and is going back tomorrow. I have been following her on Twitter and she is very interesting . I am looking forward to tweetup with @cathleenritt at the DC Union station on Thursday morning 8 a.m . (Feb 28th 2008)


Center Cafe
50 Massachusettes Avenue
Washington, DC 20002
Tel 202.682.0143
Fax 202.682.0347

If its get busy we can just hang out in the Union Station lobby and maybe do a freeze :) . No need to RSVP please just show up if you can come. ( maybe you can leave a comment here so we can look out for you)

Susan Reynolds calls Cathleen - official pea fund corporate officer to raise funds. Here is some top secret info ahead of time about Cathleen Rittereiser - She is "Wall Street by day, Comedy Legend by night" -
Comedian, writer, raconteur, firewalker and media personality.

Cathleen is the co-author with Larry Kochard, the Chief Investment Officer of the Georgetown University endowment, of Foundation and Endowment Investing Philosophies and Strategies of Top Investors and Institutions published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. in December 2007.

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Looking forward to seeing you there. Btw tommorrow is once again a Social media Day we have the evening DC Media Makers meetup


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