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Administrative Professionals Briefing- IAAP

Capital Chapter – International Association of Administrative Professionals in Washington DC is hosting the Administrative Professionals Briefing and a luncheon- with the support of the American Red Cross. It will be hosted at their facility today. Capital Chapter will be arranging for the catering and fees to speakers with the exception of the Briefing presentation which is via video conference.

Admins (IAAP members and non-IAAP members) from all over Washington DC will be participating today. There is always an uplifting feeling to be at a recognition event with so many dedicated and professional level admins!

Thanks to the American Red Cross National Headquarters for hosting this event for the third consecutive year.

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