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Touring GW SupermarketThe Transition Network
Washington, DC/June 5th

A conversation with Suzanne Braun Levine on “Reinventing Love, Relationships, and Intimacy in Second Adulthood” is being sponsored by the DC Chapter of The Transition Network and Civic Ventures, a nonprofit think tank on Boomers, work and social purpose, that publishes for people interested in encore careers, jobs that combine personal meaning, continued income and social impact.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Time:  7:00 to 9:00 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Location: 1331 G Street, NW Conference Center, Washington, DC 20005*
Cost:      $10 TTN members (members must log in)
               $15 nonmembers
               $20 at the door (cash & checks only)


For Information and to Register for the event, please visit…


In 2004, several women from Northern Virginia, DC and Maryland – all of whom learned about TTN independently – began meeting and talking about whether such a group was needed and wanted here. In January 2005, they held a dinner to introduce their friends, colleagues and acquaintances to The Transition Network and President and Co-Founder Christine Millen. And so TTN-DC began, as an informal offshoot. By the summer of 2006, with a core of perhaps 50 interested women, the decision was made to become a legal chapter. Today, the Capital Area Chapter, as we officially are known, is the largest outside the New York Metro area, and the fastest growing.

Our women come from the District, Northern Virginia and Maryland. We extend as far east as Annapolis, north toward Baltimore, west into Loudoun and south into Prince William. Our members and guests hold professional jobs that literally go from A to Z (accountant to zoologist). They represent every sector — arts, big and small business, construction, defense, education, government, journalism, law, marketing, medicine, nonprofits, social services and, yes, zoos. They are well-educated and well-traveled. They are interesting and interested in navigating transitions, finding new jobs, careers, volunteer opportunities, hobbies and friends.

Another Upcoming TTN/DC Event:

Womenade Circle 3rd Annual Potluck Fundraising Dinner…

TTN/DC is also assisting local, low-income women by lending support to a potluck fundraising event sponsored by Womenade Circle, a DC metro area non-membership “giving circle.”

There will be an opportunity to browse the Artisan Bazaar for crafts created by women graduates of Empowered Women International (EWI), and others, an opportunity to help a great cause, and enjoy great food and camaraderie.

For additional information or to register for the June 10th event or donate only, visit


The Transition Network is an inclusive community of professional women, 50 and forward, whose changing life situations lead them to seek new connections, resources and opportunities.

Through small group interactions, programs and workshops, members inspsire and support each other to continue a life of learning, engagement and leadership in the world.

As a national organization, The Transition Network is a voice for women who continue to change the rules.

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