Attending the Summit

The Stakeholder Summit is an invitation-only event. Stakeholders from across the spectrum have been invited to participate and share their perspectives.

As an attendee, we will be reaching out to you directly prior to the summit to provide pre-reading, background materials, and other information pertinent to your participation. In the meantime, check out the preliminary summit schedule for more details.

We look forward to seeing you at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C., on March 6, 2016, for our opening reception!

 

The Venue and Accommodations

We look forward to seeing you at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C. If you have been invited to the summit and are ready to make your travel arrangements, please contact stakeholdersummit@paeaonline.org.

 

Weather

In Washington, March weather fluctuates between brisk and mild. But for the most part, you can expect comfortable temperatures with average highs of 56° F, average lows of 37° F, and the chance of light rainfall.

Getting to the Hotel

The Dupont Circle Metro Station on the Red Line is the closest Metro stop to the hotel. Exit at the north end of the station to Q Street and walk four blocks north on Connecticut Avenue to the Hilton Washington, located at 1919 Connecticut Avenue.

Opening Reception

Join your fellow summit attendees for an opening reception where you will enjoy the opportunity to network with other stakeholders in health care and education.

Neighborhood

Situated on fashionable upper Connecticut Avenue, the hotel is within walking distance of excellent restaurants, shopping, and entertainment, and near Embassy Row and the Adams Morgan neighborhood.

Nearby Attractions and Restaurants

Enjoy the best entertainment and nightlife Washington has to offer at the nearby Adams Morgan and Woodley Park neighborhoods and the U Street Corridor. The Washington Hilton is one mile from the Smithsonian National Zoo and only four blocks from the Dupont Circle Metro. Along with all of the Smithsonian museums, open to the public free of charge, discover iconic Washington attractions including the White House and national monuments such as the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the Washington Monument.

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Nearby Attractions