Mid-Level Professionals Network
The Mid-level Professionals (MLP) Network facilitates professional and personal growth for women with several years work experience, who find themselves in positions of leadership or are preparing to move into positions with more responsibility. From understanding the principles of leadership to finding a headhunter to unraveling the mysteries of effective management, MLP Network addresses how to successfully navigate the workplace as members' careers advance.
For more information on MLP Network trainings, seminars and networking events, email email@example.com.
Co-Chairs: Ariane Holm and Sarah Wachtel
Ariane Holm is the co-chair of the Women’s Information Network (WIN) Mid-Level Professionals Network. She has worked at GMMB, a strategic communications and political consulting firm, for more than five years. As an account supervisor at GMMB, Ariane provides communications support to high-profile foundations, trade associations and nonprofit organizations, with a focus on health care clients.
Prior to joining GMMB, Ariane was a field coordinator for America Votes and was the state youth outreach director for the Howard Dean for America presidential campaign in Virginia. Ariane enjoys biking the trails of D.C., traveling and volunteering for various social causes. She received her bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Utah and completed graduate level coursework in public policy at The George Washington University.
Sarah Wachtel has been a WIN member since 2003, when she first came to DC to work on Capitol Hill. She currently serves as the Federal Affairs and Grassroots Associate at Premier, an alliance of 2,000 not-for-profit hospitals, where she is responsible for advocacy on hospital issues, including: Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, care quality and safety, the uninsured and health care workforce issues.
Prior to joining Premier in May 2007, Sarah worked at the Brookings Institution, where she developed seminars on Congress, public policy and advocacy, and co-managed the Brookings Legis Fellows Program on Capitol Hill. Before that, she served as Deputy Press Secretary to Senator Joseph Lieberman (I/D-CT) on his Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee staff and as Press Secretary to Congresswoman Karen McCarthy (D-MO). Sarah holds dual degrees in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Missouri.