LSE Alumni San Francisco All-British January Networking Drinks & Chapter Planning News


Join fellow British alumni for an evening of networking or just catching up with old friends over drinks (cash bar).

We will celebrate with the All-British folks in PaloAlto/Menlo Park. Find old friends or meet new ones from other British universities (Imperial, Cambridge, Oxford, etc).

When: Monday, January 14th, 2019 from 6:30pm
Where: The Stanford Park Hotel (100 El Camino Real, Menlo Park)


Did you know your AFLSE SF Chapter has over 1,500 registered members?  We are the third largest and one of the most significant Chapters in the country due to the social, cultural, technology and business strength our region represents.  Our chapter is a community with a shared experience of a university and living in London.


It is a new year and time to move the Chapter forward.  This means taking aim at what matters to you - and making sure you get what you need from your Chapter.  In addition to informal networking drinks and expert presentations, we would like to find more ways to create value from the network.


Please join us for our first, all members planning event – where you get to shape the future of your Chapter.


What to expect:

 1.  Engagement – an in-person, interactive activity with drinks and food

 2.  A date – we are working on a time in February or March – please attend if at all possible as your participation matters

 3.  A survey – this will give us the essential information to help focus the in-person conversation


We are using this email as a test of interest – so if you like the idea please reply to and let’s get the conversation rolling!



Augi, Mauricio and Chris

For questions about the AFLSE San Francisco Chapter, please contact the chapter leaders at:


For questions about the AFLSE Houston chapter, please email Patrick, Houston chapter leader, at

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