The 2017 Washington Post Alumni Homecoming

Thursday, September 28, 2017; 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM


This year's event will held at Graham Holdings Company in Rosslyn. Please RSVP to this address by Saturday, July 15th.   (View invitation)

Due to capacity issues, (the venue holds no more than 200) unless your plus 1 worked at The Post, we will not be able to accommodate them. Thanks for understanding. If we expect to go over 200 by a significant amount, we will move our location to the nearby Hyatt Regency in Rosslyn.

The special guest speaker will be 2016 Pulitzer Prize winner David Fahrenthold.

David Fahrenthold joined the Washington Post in 2000 as a summer intern and never left. He began his Post career on the Metro desk covering the night-cops shift, the D.C. Police department, the Chesapeake Bay and the local environment. After that, he moved to the National staff and covered New England, the environment, Congress, government waste, and the 2016 election.

In 2016, Fahrenthold was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in national reporting for his coverage of Donald Trump's charitable giving (or lack thereof). He lives in Northwest DC with his wife and two daughters.

 

 

Photos from the 2016 Event

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The Washington Post Alumni Group on Facebook



MISSION STATEMENT:  To strengthen the ties that former employees have with each other and The Washington Post.

We currently have over 1,160 members and are looking for people who once worked at TWP, washingtonpost.com, or locally affiliated properties who want to stay in touch with their former fellow employees.

Visit the TWP Alumni Group page on Facebook to submit a request to join the group. Please indicate where, with whom, and when you worked at TWP or washingtonpost.com.