Symone Sanders, MSNBC Anchor, and Anna Palmer, co-founder and CEO of Punchbowl led a midterm election breakfast briefing for The Washington Women Technology Network, hosted by Jessica Nigro, Lucid Motors, Global head of Public Policy and Tammy Haddad, WWTN Founder, at The Jefferson Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Palmer led the conversation on the Hill races from the latest Senate numbers to Mitch McConnell’s playing down the chances. Sanders quoted from the latest NBC/Telemundo poll which drills down on Hispanic voters warning they are not a monolithic voting group.
Guests included: Luxembourg Ambassador Nicole Bintner, MSNBC President Rashida Jones, former White House energy adviser Melanie Nakagawa, Rivian’s Leslie Hayward, Meridian’s Natalie Jones Hallahan, Disney’s Susan Fox, BSA’s CEO Victoria Espinel, Apple’s Carolyn Wu, Washington Post Live’s Kathy O’Hearn, Gray’s Lisa Allen, the German’s Embassy spokeswoman Marie von Engelhardt, Aspen’s Niamh King, White House aide Liz Hart, and Kelley McCormick, co-founder of Original Strategies.
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