Washingtonian has named Partner Jamie Gorelick as one of its 100 most powerful women in the upcoming June 2006 issue. The list includes accomplished women from all walks of Washington life: the White House, Supreme Court and Capitol Hill, the local political scene, law, business, labor, lobbying, education, advocacy and the non-profit world, health and medicine, the media, arts and letters, and sports.
Lifestyle editor Leslie Milk compiled the list after talking to scores of women and men from around the region in a variety of fields. The 100 women chosen were those cited most often as wielding power and influence—and making their mark—in this town and beyond. As Milk writes, the achievements of these women "inspire young women to aim for the top."
The 100 women as well as 10 "women to watch," women under 40 who have already achieved remarkable success, will be honored at a luncheon on May 24 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown. The June issue of Washingtonian will be available on newsstands starting May 25th.
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