Ines Mergel:

Maxwell Alumni is hosting their first TweetChat on April 12. Please join by using the hashtag #MaxwellChat

Originally posted on Maxwell School • Alumni Blog:

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From SU Hill to Capitol Hill: A Look at Careers on Both Ends of the Political Spectrum
Friday, April 12
12:00-1:00PM (ET)    
RSVP on Facebook
*Archived TweetChat will be available after the event*

In our inaugural TweetChat, we’ll welcome Maxwell alums Josh Nanberg (BA Policy Studies) and Christopher Malagisi (MPA) to a lunchtime chat about their work on political strategy on Capitol Hill. Josh Nanberg (@jnanberg ) is the President of Ampersand Strategies, and Christopher Malagisi (@ChrisMalagisi) is the President & Founder of the Young Conservatives Coalition (YCC).

For alums, this is a great way to network over your lunch break – and students, you can network and attend a career event without coming to campus! For more information how how a TweetChat works, check out the guides available on the Alumni Relations website.

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Josh Nanberg is a Washington, D.C.-based communications consultant and political strategist. As president and founder of Ampersand…

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About Ines Mergel

I am an Associate Professor of Public Administration at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, NY. In my research projects I am focusing on informal social networks in the public sector and the use of social media applications by government organizations. I teach classes on social media management, digital government, public management, and social network analysis.

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