First USI Alumni Chapter Meeting in Washington DC

Alumni Service

Date: 22 June 2019

The USI Alumni Service and the USI Point of Contact in Washington DC (US) Milica Stojkovic-Vukovic are glad to invite you to the first USI Alumni Brunch Meeting in Washington DC, which will take place:

 

Saturday, June 22nd, 2019 from 11:00am - 2:00pm

@ Silver, 7150 Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda, MD 20815

(Convenient parking is available in the Crescent Trail garage that is free on weekends. Silver is also a short walk from the Bethesda Station metro stop, located on the red line.)

 

It will be the occasion to meet old classmates, DMV (DC, Maryland, Virginia) area USI Alumni and any other USI Alumni, students or professors who happen to be in town and to hear what’s new at USI.

Join the event, register here. (or confirm your participation through email latest by Wednesday, June 19th, 2019 to Milica)

 

Discover Milica Stojkovic-Vukovic: she attended the Master in Banking & Finance (2015) at USI and today she works for Hughes Network System as Principal Financial Analyst in Washington DC.

 

* The USI Alumni Chapters/Point of Contact (PoC) are the local contact (an alumnus/a) for all USI Alumni living and working in the same area, wishing to get together and stay in touch with USI. PoC are alumni leaders who are committed to supporting the University and connecting alumni with each other by volunteering time, energy and talent.

Every USI Alumni visiting, moving to or interested in the specific geographical area/city, professors in sabbatical or travelling to a conference and students who are doing an internship are very welcome to get connected with the local PoC.

 

For additional information: [email protected]

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