Panel Spotlight: Mindy Finn, Heather Pfitzenmaier, & Lou Ann Sabatier

by Krystal on June 10, 2014 · 0 comments

On Friday, June 20th (in less than two weeks),  NeW’s National Conference attendees will be engaging with four specialized panels composed of twelve of the most impressive conservative professionals in DC. We are excited to introduce you to the three individuals that will be conducting the second panel discussions of the Conference: Leaning into Life: Women, the Workplace, and the Will to Lead. 1. Mindy Finn (CEO Mindy Finn, Inc) Mindy Finn Mindy Finn is an independent media consultant and entrepreneur. Currently the CEO of Mindy Finn, Inc., she previously worked at Twitter in Washington, DC to help build the politics and advocacy team. For her work, AdAge named Ms. Finn one of "40 Under 40" leading innovation in media. Before Twitter, Ms. Finn co-founded and worked as partner at Engage, a digital strategy firm specializing in politics and public affairs for some of the world's most high profile political figures and brands. To read more about Ms. Finn, visit   2. Heather Pfitzenmaier (The Heritage Foundation) Heather Pfitzenmaier Heather Pfitzenmaier is the director of the Young Leaders Program at The Heritage Foundation and oversees efforts to reach out and promote its mission to the next generation of Americans. Previously, she was the intern coordinator for the Young Leaders Program. In November 2012, Mrs. Pfitzenmaier was the recipient of the Young Conservatives Coalition’s Buckley Award, which recognizes individuals between the ages of 21 and 40 who have made “a significant contribution to the conservative movement.”  To read more about Mrs. Pfitzenmaier, visit   3. Lou Ann Sabatier (Media DC) Lou Ann Sabatier Lou Ann Sabatier is the the CEO of Media DC, whose properties include The Weekly Standard, The Washington Examiner, and Red Alert Politics. Prior to accepting the position of CEO of Media DC, Ms. Sabatier was Principal of Sabatier Consulting, where she led teams consulting with consumer, business, and non-profit associations and corporations in the U.S. and worldwide. Former clients of Ms. Sabatier include an impressive list as diverse as World Vision/Save the Children, the International Monetary Fund, the OECD, and the Federal Reserve Bank. To read more about Ms. Sabatier, visit   If you are interested in seeing and networking with these panelists in personRSVP today, and reserve your spot for the NeW National Conference in DC June 19- 21. We hope to see you there! Email [email protected] with any questions.  

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