Washington, D.C. February 14, 2008 Courtney Sieloff, an Associate at Harbour Group, was among 22 women honored as nominees for the prestigious Young Women of Achievement Award presented by WIN ( Women's Information Network ). This is an annual award recognizing young, Democratic women leaders in the Washington, D.C. area. This is a great honor for Courtney and for Harbour Group, said Richard Marcus, Managing Director of Harbour Group. We are proud of Courtney's accomplishments and her dedication to public policy issues both in the office and in the community. The awards ceremony featured Christine Pelosi as the keynote speaker and was held at the National Women's Democratic Club. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was in attendance at the event. Harbour Group ( THG ) is an independent communications firm that develops and implements public relations campaigns, crisis communications tactics and issues management activities for U.S and international clients. Members of THG have strong working relationships with key decision-makers in all branches of the government, with the media, and with third-party groups such as consumer advocates and labor organizations. Harbour Group is uniquely positioned to tackle complex policy initiatives and communications campaigns at the national, state, and local level, providing a powerful advantage in shaping the development of legislative and policy strategies that impact clients' business objectives. For more information, log onto www.harbourgrp.com. YWA is WIN' s annual celebration of highly talented up-and-coming young women leaders making a difference in the community. YWA acknowledges young, Democratic, pro-choice women of excellence who have made strides in their field and a real difference in the world. YWA nominees are Democratic, pro-choice women who are 35 years of age or younger and live in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Members of the WIN Advisory Council, a group of high-achieving women who support the organization, select three awardees from the nominations. WIN is Washington's premier professional, political, and social network dedicated to empowering young, Democratic, pro-choice women. Founded in 1989 on the idea that women can help women climb the ladder of success, WIN is now over 1, 000 members strong and growing.