Washingtonians Get Amped for AMP Summit Afterparty at Georgetown’s Exclusive L2

by Alexa Lombardo · September 30, 2011

    Last night Washington politicos came together to celebrate the success of the second annual AMP (Activism, Media, Policy) Summit at Georgetown hotspot L2 Lounge. The AMP Summit, created by young political strategist David All in 2010, is an annual forum for influencers and leaders in the activist, media and policy spheres.

    The party, hosted by AOL Huffington Post Media Group featured signature cocktails and sounds of DJ G.I.O. Guests included political strategist Joe Trippi, former RNC candidate Saul Anuzis, Huffington Post GM Peter Cherukuri [pictured, below left] political consultant Jerome Armstrong, Huffington Post writer Joanne Bamberger, blog expert Robert Bluey, web developer Peter Corbett, Google exec Peter Greenberger, Facebook policy manager Katie Harbath, United Talent Agency’s Eric Kuhn, former presidential advisor Leslie Sanchez, Connections Media founder Jonah Seigler, New Media Strategies founder Pete Snyder, and lobbyist Ryan Triplette.

    [Peter Cherkuri, above left]

    Heavyweights in media and politics who serve on AMP’s leadership committee mingled and munched over sliders and yummy miniature crème-brulées for dessert. There was no shortage on swag, either! Each guest received a complimentary Rumba watch-bracelet.

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