Conifer Securities, The Ferry Building, 2nd Floor, San Francisco
Three Monkeys Wine and the Northern California Alumni Association invite you to a special wine tasting event. To accompany the wine, hors d’oeuvres will be served. This event is free and the only cost would be if you decide to purchase some wine to take home.
SORRY THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED FOR RSVPs AS WE'VE REACHED CAPACITY. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU TONIGHT.
Three Monkeys Wine was founded by three Georgetown classmates from the Class of 1988 – Frank Bellizzi (C’88), Jamie O’Hara (C’88, L’92), and Tom Van Leuven (C’88). The event is generously being hosted by Jack McDonald (C’88, L’92), 2008 recipient of one of Georgetown’s highest honors -The Gaston Award. Two years ago on April 7, 2007, our dear friend Tom Van Leuven died suddenly from a heart attack – All proceeds from the event will be donated to Tom’s Childrens’ Trust Fund. Please visit www.threemonkeyswine.com for more information about the wines
Tuesday, March 24 - 6:30 - 8:30
The Fairmont Hotel - 950 Mason Street Atop Nob Hill, San Francisco
George Daly Dean of the McDonough School of Business Cordially invites you to join him, G. Doug Dillard (B'93) , Managing Partner and Portfolio Manager at Standard Pacific, Neil Ashe (B'90) , President, CBS Interactive and All Georgetown Business School alumni, along with Georgetown supporters of the Business School For an Alumni Business Networking Event.
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If the Hoyas are "lucky" enough to win, they will play for the Big East Championship Saturday at 6:00 p.m. T-shirts will be on sale for $15 during the game.
Friday, March 14 at 4:00 p.m. and if the team wins... Saturday, March 15 at 6:00 p.m. Be There!!!
NCAA Tournament Game Watches Start Next Week
Seedings for the upcoming NCAA Tournament will be announced this Sunday evening. The Hoyas will play their first game either Thursday, March 20 or Friday, March 21. We'll send out an email once the schedule is announced.
Don't forget: pictures from the Jeff Green event and cool Club T-shirts from sale and check out what local Hoyas are up to for more events
Thur, Mar 6 Visiting Georgetown Professor Lecture
Sat, Mar 8 Game Watch - Louisville 9:00 am
Sun, Mar 9 Class of 2003 Event - Beach Blanket Babylon
Tue, Mar 11 GU Women's Leadership Initiative - Cultivate Your Network Before You Need It
Plus pictures from the Jeff Green event and cool Club T-shirts from sale
and check out what local Hoyas are up to for more events
Topic: Mission Possible: Why President Bush Signed Georgetown Students' Ideas into Law
Where: Mendocino Room at The Palace Hotel - 2 New Montgomery Street, corner with Market - map
Cost: Free - Your membership dues at work.
Please drop us an email if you plan on attending so we can plan appropriately.
The Georgetown Alumni Club of Northern California is excited to have Professor Francis Slakey, the Upjohn Lecturer in Physics and Biology and the co-Director of the Program on Science in the Public Interest at Georgetown University visiting us here in San Francisco.
As a courtesy to local alumni, Professor Slakey will be giving a lecture regarding his work getting Georgetown Students' ideas in front of Congress in his discussion, Mission Possible: Why President Bush Signed Georgetown Students' Ideas into Law. This discussion will delve into the reality that it's more likely that a high school baseball player will become a professional, than a bill will become law. With such odds against them, how were Georgetown science students able to get President Bush to sign their ideas into law? Professor Slakey will discuss how such students were able to identify a social problem, develop a political solution, and ultimately lobby Congress where they were able to put their scientific training into practice.
We are looking forward to hearing Professor Slakey's thoughts on this timely issue. Please join us. Light refreshments will be provided.
March 11th , 2008; 5:30-7:30 pm
$25 for Georgetown Alumni
Le Meridien Hotel - 333 Battery Street, San Francisco.
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Georgetown Women's Leadership Initiative Semi-Annual Distinguished Speaker Panel, in conjunction with The Financial Women’s Association & The Georgetown University Alumni Association, presents"Building & Cultivating a Successful Network" Inspiring, developing, and connecting women… Semi-Annual Distinguished Speaker Panel presented in conjunction with The Financial Women’s Association and The Georgetown University Alumni Association
Cultivate your Network before you need it! Formal and informal networks are critical to career success. They provide access to information, informal knowledge, and connections to opportunities. However, not everyone is equally adept at building their personal networks. Moreover, research shows that women’s organizational networks tend to be more sparse and marginalized than those of men. The most obvious choices for network building are not always the smartest, whereas sometimes the least apparently promising connections can prove to be quite fruitful. Come join us for an evening of advice about building and maintaining your personal network to maximize opportunities and success.
Doreen Woo Ho, President, Wells Fargo Consumer Credit Group
Hendy Dayton, Business Development Director, YourOnRamp
Ann Marie Lynch (C'95), Wells Fargo
Moderated by Dr. Catherine Tinsley, Associate Professor, McDonough School of Business and Executive Director, Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Initiative
You are invited to join fellow graduates of the Georgetown Class of 2003 on Sunday, March 9, 2008 at Beach Blanket Babylon in San Francisco! Come see this award-winning San Francisco show as we countdown to our Five Year Reunion (May 29 - June 1, 2008).
3:30 p.m. Cocktails and catch-up at O'Reilly's Irish Pub (622 Green Street)
5:00 p.m. Beach Blanket Babylon show (678 Green Street)
Tickets for Beach Blanket Babylon: $27 per person. Guests welcome.
For more information or to reserve your spot for the show, please contact Victoria Terheyden at (415) 867-2516 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Class of 2003 hopes to see you there!