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Your Envy List Event Invite

Earlier this month, National Journal brought you the Envy List, the salaries and compensation of more than 500 Washington officials along with a cover story detailing what it takes to compete for and land those jobs. 

On Friday morning, I'm moderating a discussion on how to get ahead and win in Washington with executive recruiter Leslie Hortum and CEO Update's Mark Graham. Event and RSVP details are below. I hope you'll join me. 

Watergate Briefing Event 
Commanding a Top Salary in Washington: Compensation Trends for the Leading Trade Association Executives
April 20th, 8:00 a.m.- 9:30 a.m.
The Watergate, 8th Floor, 600 New Hampshire Avenue, NW

Featuring Chris Frates, Lobbying and Congressional Correspondent for the National Journal, moderating a talk with Leslie Hortum, Consultant at Spencer Stuart, and Mark Graham, Managing Director, CEO Update. Join Chris as he takes a detailed look at compensation trends for the executives who run Washington's leading trade associations. The discussion will include detailed highlights of National Journal's biennial salary survey, tips from some of Washington's top earners, and insights on the changing expectations for CEOs and top association executives. 

To RSVP, please contact Nichole Redmond by email at nredmond@nationaljournal.com

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