Jamie Foster Brown and Maria Rodriguez Honored at 2004 Matrix Awards Luncheon

for Monday (May 17)
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    Jamie Foster Brown, publisher and founder of Sister 2 Sister
magazine, and Maria Rodriguez, president and co-founder of Vanguard
Communications, will be honored at the Association for Women in
Communications, Washington, DC Chapter (AWC-DC) 2004 Matrix Awards on
Monday, May 17 at the National Press Club. Each year, AWC-DC honors
top women communicators with the Matrix Award for Professional
Achievement.
    In addition to recognizing communications professionals, AWC-DC
also awards a Student Scholarship, sponsored by the Gannett
Foundation, to outstanding communications students at a university or
college in the Washington metro area. This year's student scholarship
winner is Nicole Marie Melton, a junior at Howard University.

Event:         2004 Matrix Awards

Date:          Monday, May 17, 2004

Time:          11:30a.m -1:30 p.m.

Location:      National Press Club - Ballroom
               529 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC

Honorees:      Jamie Foster Brown, publisher and founder of Sister 2 
                    Sister magazine
               Maria Rodriguez, president and co-founder of Vanguard 
                    Communications

Cost:          $75 AWC-DC members; $50 AWC-DC Student or Retired 
               Members; $95 nonmembers; an additional $10.00 fee will
               be charged at the door.

RSVP:          RSVP by Friday, May 14 at www.awcdc.net.

Contact:       For more information contact Debbie Friez at 
               202-419-1850 or via e-mail at dfriez@burrellesluce.com.
               Visit us on the web at www.awcdc.net.

    The Association for Women in Communications (www.womcom.org),
founded in 1909 as Theta Sigma Phi, is an international non-profit
association of more than 7,500 members. The Washington, DC Chapter was
founded in 1927 and today is one of the largest professional chapters.
AWC champions the advancement of women across all communications
disciplines by recognizing excellence, promoting leadership and
positioning its members at the forefront of the evolving
communications era. There are more than 100 professional and student
chapters around the world, and the association maintains a strong
network of independent members who live beyond the reach of local
chapters.

Contacts

Association for Women in Communications (AWC-DC)
Debbie Friez, 202-419-1850
dfriez@burrellesluce.com

Contacts

Association for Women in Communications (AWC-DC)
Debbie Friez, 202-419-1850
dfriez@burrellesluce.com