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WORLD POLICY AROUND THE TABLE 2013

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WORLD POLICY
AROUND THE TABLE

A Dinner Conversation and Celebration

EVENT MEDIA

Photography/video courtesy of Ahmet Sibdial Sau.


 Thanks to media sponsors UBrainTV, a highlight video is available here: http://www.ubraintv.com/watch.php?id=714


 

Thursday, May 2, 2013

5:30 pm Cocktails
6:30 pm Awards and Dinner Discussions

The TimesCenter
The New York Times Building
242 West 41st Street
New York City
Cocktail or Festive Attire


The World Policy Institute Honors:

Kishore Mahbubani
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore

Catalyst
represented by Ilene H. Lang, President & CEO

Special Guest:

Julia Ormond
Founder, Alliance to Stop Slavery and End Trafficking (ASSET), original sponsor of The Transparency in Supply Chains Law (SB 657)

Master of Ceremonies:

Kathleen Hays
"The Hays Advantage," Bloomberg Radio

 

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World Policy Around the Table

The world needs people with fresh ideas and global perspectives to be seated “around the table” in order to catalyze innovative thinking on challenges that span borders:

Sustainable Global Cities
Entrepreneurship Ecosystems
Closing the Gender Gap
Security Across Borders
Heading Off Financial Crisis
and the Arts-Policy Nexus across all of these topics.

At each table, hosts including World Policy Fellows and eminent friends will engage guests in dynamic conversation around these themes, generating insights and connections that will help inform our work in the coming year.

Click here for a list of discussion leaders by theme.
 

Around the Table 2013 Sponsorship



Sponsorship packages and tickets may be purchased HERE





For information on World Policy Around the Table 2012: a 50th Anniversary Celebration and Conversation, visit us at worldpolicy.org/aroundthetable2012

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2013 SPONSORS



 

Visionaries

Mary Van Evera
Deborah E. Wiley
W. Dieter Zander


Luminaries
Henry Arnhold
David Brown
Colin and Sharon Morris

Jack Rivkin

John and Martha Watts


Changemakers
Fragomen
Michael Fricklas and
   Donna Astion

Peter and Andrea Marber

Stanley Nabi
Michael D. Patrick and
   Carol Sedwick

Viacom


Champions
James Abernathy
Peter Alderman

Robert and Margo Alexander
John W. Allen
William Bohnett

Charles Butt

Joseph Cari
Walter Eberstadt

First Eagle Investment
   Management
Diana Glassman and
   Evan Bedell
David Golub and
   Lisa Piazza

Edward F. Greene

Greylock Capital

Hans Humes

Barry J. Jacobson

Joseph P. Day Realty Corp

Martin and Wendy Kaplan

Zachary Karabell

H. Jeffrey Leonard

Clara Londoner

John Madden
Oliver and Constanze Niedermaier

Oslo Center for Peace and Human
   Rights - US Foundation

Partnership for Change

Kalpana Raina

George Sampas
Tau Investment Management

UBrainTV
Rosemary and Noel Werrett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

For more information on sponsorship levels and ticket sales, please visit worldpolicy.org/sponsorship

 

 

2013 Host Committee


World Policy Around the Table Host Committee

James Abernathy+
Peter Alderman*
John W. Allen*
Analisa Balares
Yxa J. Bazan
Joseph Cari*
Tara Comonte+

Bryan Cummings

Sergio Fernández de Córdova

Michael Fricklas+
Diana Glassman* and
   Evan Bedell
Constance Hunter
Clara Londoner
Peter* and Andrea Marber
Vida Mulec
Oliver Niedermaier*
Michael D. Patrick+
Jacques-Philippe Piverger
Kalpana Raina*
Iván C. Rebolledo
Jack Rivkin*
John* and Martha Watts
Olumide Wilkey+

*World Policy Institute Director
+World Policy Institute Advisor