International Center for Journalists Awards Dinner

In by TCMA Staff

On November 12, 2008, the Reagan Building hosted the International Center for Journalists Awards Dinner. This dinner recognizes the achievements of brave colleagues who courageously shed light on the truth. U.S. reporters are joined by overseas journalists to present the power and importance of quality news.

Washington Redskins Welcome Home Luncheon

In by TCMA Staff

On September 1, 2015 the Reagan Building hosted the annual Washington Redskins Welcome Home Luncheon. At the beginning of every season, the organization offers a unique opportunity for fans and corporate partners to have lunch and spend time with the entire organization. At the luncheon, money is raised to support youth programs across the region, and welcome the team back to D.C from training camp.

View Post

BizBash Elevate

In by TCMA Staff

On August 3, 2016 the Reagan Building hosted BizBash’s exclusive learning experience, Elevate. This is a one-day experience constructed to connect event professionals through keynote speakers and workshops. This event focuses on topic discussions involving technologies that are changing the industry.

View Post

Citi Open Draw Ceremony & Kids Clinic

In by TCMA Staff

On July 25, 2014 the Reagan building hosted the Citi Open Tournament Draw Ceremony. The ceremony announces the men’s and women’s qualifying round matches. Following the ceremony, kids from the DC Department of Parks and Recreation and the Washington Tennis & Education Foundation put on a tennis tournament on mini courts alongside Madison Keys and Jérémy Chardy.

View Post

DC Africa Festival on Woodrow Wilson Plaza

In by TCMA Staff

On September 27, 2015 the Reagan Building welcomed the Office on African Affairs for their 6th Annual DC Africa Festival on Woodrow Wilson Plaza. The Office on African Affairs objective is to unite cultures, connect ideas and feature diversity.

View Post

DC Central Kitchen’s Capital Food Fight

In by TCMA Staff

On November 11, 2010 guests filled the Atrium of the Reagan Building for D.C. Central Kitchen’s Capital Food Fight. Since 2005, The Ronald Reagan Building has hosted this annual event. Here, guests taste food and drink from some of DC’s best restaurants. Local chefs competed in an iron-chef-style battle judged by Anthony Bourdain, Tom Colicchio and Michael Mina. DC Central Kitchen is a nonprofit developer that breaks the cycle of hunger and poverty. 100% of the proceeds from Capital Food Fight combat hunger in Washington, D.C.

View Post

BET Honors After Party

In by TCMA Staff

On February 28, 2008 the Reagan Building hosted the BET Honors After Party. The BET Awards recognizes black achievements in business, entertainment, social justice, and philanthropy with all-star performances throughout the evening.

View Post

National Council on U.S. & Arab Relations Conference

In by TCMA Staff

From October 15-16, 2009 the Reagan Building hosted the National Council on U.S. – Arab Relations Conference. Over two days internationally esteemed specialists gather to contribute information, insight, and recommendations that are fundamentally important to the direction of policy formulation and application.

View Post

Washington Business Journal “Best Real Estate Deals” Awards

In by TCMA Staff

On April 24, 2008, the Reagan Building hosted the Washington Business Journal “Best Real Estate Deals” awards. This event draws in over 650 attendees and recognizes the Washington areas most pronounced real estate deals closed in the previous year. Finalists for this award are chosen from a public pool of nominations by a panel of judges that includes a wide array of industry leaders.

View Post

White House Summit on Global Development

In by TCMA Staff

On July 20, 2016 the Reagan Building hosted the USAID White House Summit on Global Development. Development leaders, public and private sector partners, civil society diplomats and more gathered to examine the progress achieved by the Administration’s approach to development. Throughout the day there was a vast array of panel discussions reviewing Obama’s global development initiatives.