Journos Mix and Mingle With Pols at Fortune‘s Most Powerful Women Dinner

Nina Easton, Fortune’s Washington Editor

Powerful female journalists and politicians and dignitaries rubbed elbows at the State Department Wednesday night for Fortune Magazine’s Most Powerful Women Dinner.

Here’s a list of attendees:

•Elizabeth Bagley U.S. Dept. of State Special Representative for Global Partnership; Former U.S. Ambassador to Portugal, Rep. Melissa Bean (D-Ill.), Heng Chee Chan, Embassy of the Republic of Singapore Ambassador, Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), Nina Easton Fortune Washington Editor, Diana Farrell NEC Deputy Assistant to the President on Economic Policy, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Nancy Gibbs Time Magazine Executive Editor, Marcia Greenberger National Women’s Law Center Co-President, Bobbie Greene National Trust for Historic Preservation Director, Save America’s Treasures.

•Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.), Stephanie Mehta, Fortune Executive Editor, Dana Miller U.S. House of Representatives, Karen Mills U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator, Chris Miner U.S. Depart. of State, Norah O’Donnell MSNBC Chief Washington Correspondent, Donna Orender WNBA President, Maura Pally U.S. Dept. of State Deputy Assistant Sec. of State for Professional and Cultural Exchanges, Rosa Rios U.S. Department of Treasury United States Treasurer, Mary Schapiro US Securities and Exchange Chairman, Julie Schlosser Fortune Editor, Susan Sher, White House Chief of Staff, Office of the First Lady, Melanie Verveer US Department of State Ambassador at Large for Global Women’s Issues, PBS’s Judy Woodruff and CNN’s Jessica Yellin.