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Posts Tagged ‘Mona Sutphen’

Soccer Saturday: Gibbs & W

Not that “W”…however, that’s a soccer game I’d pay to watch.

Far from Crawford TX, WH Press Secretary Robert Gibbs was spotted “kicking it” at the new W Hotel this weekend. Gibbs was one of the few folks that made the cut for a DC United VIP party held Saturday night.

But Gibbs wasn’t alone. The Bachelor’s Andy Baldwin, WH Domestic Policy Adviser Melody Barnes, Obama Military Adviser Matt Flavin, Top Chef’s Spike Mendelsohn, FOX AM News’ Holly Morris, WH Deputy Chief of Staff Mona Sutphen and Roberto Rodriguez, WH education policy adviser were all in attendance as well.

Get the full scoop on the event from TWT‘s Green & Glover here.

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“Meet’s” Betsy Fischer & CNBC’s Erin Burnett Honored

Meet the Press’ Betsy Fischer and CNBC’s Erin Burnett are just two of the five ladies being honored tomorrow evening at Running Start’s annual “Women to Watch Awards.” The event will be held at the National Press Club to honor some of the most impressive young women in the country.

Other women who made the list this year are Julie Gilbert, Founder and CEO of WOLF Means Business, WH Deputy Chief of Staff Mona Sutphen, and Tammy Duckworth of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Dee Dee Myers, Dana Perino, Rep. Linda Chapa LaVia, Dina Habib Powell and Liz Haesler will all be on hand to introduce the honorees.

For more information about the organization or tomorrow’s awards, visit Running Start.

Who Is USA Today Taking To Prom?

On USA Today’s guest list for the 2009 WHCA Dinner…

Actor Tim Daly of “Private Practice,” co-chair of the Creative Coalition; actor Justin Long of “He’s Just Not That Into You” and the Mac vs. PC ads; stand-up comedian and actor Richard Belzer of “Law and Order”; former head of Sony Music Tommy Mottola; Jerry Reinsdorf, owner of the Chicago White Sox, Pres. Obama’s favorite team; Deputy White House Chief of Staff Mona Sutphen; Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood; Utah Governor Jon Huntsman; Jocelyn Frye, director of Policy and Projects for Michelle Obama; Alma Powell, co-chair of America’s Promise; former Health and Human Services Secretary and Gannett board member Donna Shalala and Richard Thompson of ZooToo.

And who are you taking? Tell us here.