From LSE to Google:  A Networking Breakfast with Hibah Kamal-Grayson

Attendance is strictly limited; reserve your place no later than April 30th, 2017.

Hibah Kamal-Grayson


Monday, May 8th, 2017
8:00 - 9:30am


The National Press Club
John Cosgrove Members Lounge
529 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20045


Hosted by Elizabeth Smith Brownstein (Former AFLSE President)

Attendance is strictly limited; reserve your place early to avoid disappointment.

$25 per person and limited to AFLSE members only.


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After earning her MSc from the LSE, Hibah Kamal-Grayson forged a career path in tech policy. She worked as an analyst at New America's Open Technology Institute and produced research that was cited by the White House. As a senior public policy analyst at Google, Hibah works at the intersection of Internet governance and global public policy.


At this networking breakfast, Hibah will share her story with the AFLSE DC chapter. She will outline which steps she took post-graduation to achieve her current career. She will also answer candid questions from attendees about how to enter and move up in the tech policy field.


As an event attendee, you'll gain:

  • Exclusive career insights from a fellow LSE alum;
  • Intimate networking with LSE’s DC-based tech policy community;
  • Continental breakfast in the John Cosgrove Members Lounge of the National Press Club

This event is reserved for AFLSE members only. Members enjoy:

  • Discounts for events across the continent, like the DC chapter's British Embassy party;
  • Discounted subscriptions to publications including The Economist and Fortune;
  • Exclusive access to members-only networking events.

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Event details...


Monday, 05/8/17 at 8:00am | iCal


The National Press Club (John Cosgrove Members Lounge)
529 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20045

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About the Speaker

Hibah is a senior public policy analyst at Google, where she focuses on Internet governance and international public policy. Previously, Hibah worked as an analyst at New America ‘s Open Technology Institute. She has also spent time at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society and the BBC’s Washington Bureau. Her research and publications on technology issues have been cited by FCC and White House reports and covered by the Washington Post, the New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, and more. Hibah graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Carleton College. She also holds an M.Sc. with Distinction from the London School of Economics and Political Science.



Please contact the AFLSE DC Chapter at with questions.