AFLSE Boston 2009 Begins with a Splash (of wine) and more....

Ready to "pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and begin again"?

What better place to start than with your friends and colleagues in the AFLSE Boston Chapter? 

Our first event this year is a Leadership Luncheon on Wednesday 4 February. Over a substantial buffet and wine we'll take a look at the events from last year and fresh opportunities in the New Year, whether related to climate chaos and the economic downturn, or the latest micro-brew. Space is limited, so register early, and get the best price. 

Socializing on Third Thursdays continues at the Irish Pub in Boston. 

 To make these events and more happen, we need your active involvement.

You may also be interested in these other events of interest:

AFLSE Annual Report for 2008

LSE lectures are now available in podcast. The latest was Ben Bernanke speaking with Howard Davies on Policy Responses to the Financial Crisis.

AFLSE member A.R. Oveissi officially launched DistrictFile, an online forum for those interested or involved in politics. Members are accepted by invitation only and, as an LSE alumnus, you are invited.

As always, email us with any ideas, questions, suggestions, and offers to volunteer to

Look forward to seeing you soon!

Best regards,

Anna Sabasteanski

Boston Chapter Chair

AFLSE Boston: Quarterly Leadership Luncheons
Wednesday, 02/4/09 at 12:00pm

Please join fellow LSE Alumni and friends for great food, stimulating conversation, and valuable networking opportunities.

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AFLSE Boston: Third Thursdays Social
Thursday, 02/19/09 at 5:30pm

All are welcome to these casual get-togethers, held the third Thursday of each month at the Times Irish Pub in downtown Boston.

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Your Chance to Shine in Boston
Tuesday, 03/25/08 at 10:22am
Volunteer Opportunities for the Boston Chapter

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