The National Press Club

The National Press Club

The National Press Club

Date Founded



529 14th Street Northwest,13th floor,Washington, DC 20045

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Company Description

The National Press Club is a professional organization and business center for journalists and communications professionals. It is located in Washington, D.C. Its membership consists of journalists, former journalists, government information officers, and those considered to be regular news sources. It is well known for its gatherings with invited speakers from public life as well as a venue open to the public to host business meetings, news conferences, industry gatherings and social events. Founded in 1908, every U.S. president since Theodore Roosevelt has visited the club, and all since Warren Harding have been members. Most have spoken from the club's podium. Others who have appeared at the club include monarchs, prime ministers and premiers, members of Congress, Cabinet officials, ambassadors, scholars, entertainers, business leaders, and athletes. The Club's emblem is the Owl, in deference to wisdom, awareness and long nights spent on the job.

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Executive Director

Director, Membership Engagement

Director of Business Development

Board of Governors

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