2012 Celebration of Interdependence
Date: Friday, October 19, 2012
Rittenhouse Hotel - Grand Ballroom, 210 W Rittenhouse Square
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Our Fall Tradition Honors Two GIC VIP’s.
Join us as we celebrate our 2012 Global Citizen Award Recipients, Chair Bill Dunkelberg and Director Sharon Javie!
2012 Celebration of Interdependence
It’s More Fun in the fall as we Celebrate Japan!
Festivities Plus Exclusive Private Briefings
- 4PM VIP Briefing/Reception (limited seating)
- Silent Auction – Click here to see our current list of Silent Auction prizes!
- Mystery Wine Contest
- Cocktail Attire
50/50 RAFFLE TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE!
Enter the drawing online today. Drawing takes place the evening of the event at 8:45PM.
Winner does not need to be present at event.
$50 each or 3 for $125!
Registration has closed for this event. Raffle tickets are still available for purchase.
4:00PM – 5:00PM Private Briefings
5:00PM – 6:00PM VIP Reception
6:00PM – 7:00PM General Reception
7:00PM – 9:00PM Dinner Stations with Wine Pairings
7:00PM – 9:00PM Silent Auction
Mystery Wine Contest
New for 2012, GIC has added special private briefings before the event. This year’s confirmed speakers include The Honorable Edward G. Rendell, author of A Nation of Wusses, and Global Society of Fellows Chair and Retired Pimco Senior Partner, Paul McCulley. The briefings will also include a special session on ikebana, the Japanese art of floral arranging.
Organizational – $5000
Includes 4 seats, 4 admissions to the VIP reception, general reception, organizational logo on invitation, organizational logo on all event promotions and on event page of GIC website, recognition from the podium at the event, recognition on event signage, full page ad in tribute booklet, and acknowledgement in tribute book as an event sponsor.
Ambassador – $3500
Includes a table (10 seats) and admission to the general reception, full page ad in tribute book, acknowledgement in tribute book as an event sponsor, and two admissions to the VIP reception.
Emissary – $2750
Includes a table (10 seats), admission to the general reception, half page ad in the tribute book, and acknowledgement in tribute book as an event sponsor.
Diplomat – $1250
Includes 4 admissions to the general reception and dinner and a half page ad in the tribute book.
Table – $2500
Includes 10 admissions to the general reception and dinner.
Consul – $350
Includes admission to the VIP reception, general reception, dinner, and acknowledgement in auction book as an event sponsor.
Envoy – $250
Includes admission to the general reception and dinner.
Young Professional – $200
Includes admission to the general reception and dinner. (40 years of age and younger)
Paul McCulleySenior Fellow, Financial Macroeconomics, Cornell Law School's Jack G. Clarke Program on the Law and Regulation of Financial Institutions and Markets
Paul McCulley is Senior Fellow in Financial Macroeconomics for Cornell Law School’s Jack G. Clarke Program on the Law and Regulation of Financial Institutions and Markets. Prior, he was the Chief Economist and Managing Director at PIMCO where he served as a member of the Investment Committee in Newport Beach, and authoring the publication, Macro Perspectives.
Edward G. Rendell, Esq.NEWS ANALYST, NBC; SPECIAL COUNSEL, BALLARD SPAHR, LLP; GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA (2003-2011); MAYOR OF PHILADELPHIA (1992-2000)
After 34 years of public service, including 24 years as an elected official, Governor Rendell continues to pursue many of the same issues he was passionate about while serving. His commitment to making America a cleaner, more efficient place and to fostering investment in our nation’s crumbling infrastructure is as strong as it has ever been. Rendell has become a champion for progress in the area of alternative energy, and now serves as a consultant or board member for several green and alternative energy firms, including Own Energy, Element Partners and Ocean Thermal Energy. He has also remained heavily involved in the campaign for government efficiency and strategic cost cutting through his work with entities such as Government Sourcing Solutions, Public Financial Management and Greenhill Advisors.