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Photos: The Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center 2018 Men’s Event

The Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center 2018 Men’s Event

 

About 150 people joined Dr Karen E. Knudsen, Director of Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center and Leonard Gomella, M.D., Chair, Department of Urology at Jefferson at the 2018 Men’s Event at the Prime Rib in Center City.


Joe Weiss, Cheryl Bohm, Justin Wineburgh and Sean Grace

Co-Chairs Joseph Weiss, Chairman of international design firm Electronic Ink and Chair of Kimmel Cancer Center Advisory Board at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals and Kent Gushner – President – Boyds Philadelphia clothing store greeted guests and welcomed them for an evening of cocktails, casino games, sit down dinner, and entertainment by Comedy Central comedian Aaron Berg who kept the crowd in stitches with medical and current event  jokes .

Jermaine Millhouse, Russell Fletcher and Tetyana Fletcher

Stephen Smith, Susan Fixler, Ocean Resort Hotel and Casino, Tara Barbera Ocean Resort Hotel and Casino and Peter Ciccone, Ocean Resort Casino. Ocean Resort Casino is the new name for Revel Casino. Look for it to open before July 4.

Persis Rice and Margaret Fala both of Jefferson Hospital

Andrew Flanagan and Jonathan Agree both of Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center. Additional funds were raised by selling this dandy derby hats.

John Sacks and Evan Solomon try out the craps table. Guests who won the most “money” while gambling, were eligible for raffle items

Janet Guthart, Associate Vice President Office of Protocol, Special Events and Stewardship – ‎Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, Aaron Berg, Comedy Central Comedian, and David Brownstein, Senior Director of Protocol and Special Events – ‎Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals

Phanerrica Muhammad and Eric Gray

The evening raised more than $100,000 to build awareness about prostate cancer and benefit research at Jefferson’s National Cancer Institute Designated Cancer Center.

 

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The Arts +Biz Council hosted Renée Mauborgne Blue Ocean Strategy

The Arts +Biz Council hosted another of their Defining Innovation Global Speaker Spring 2018 Series on Friday April 6, 2018. Friday’s event featured Renée Mauborgne—professor and co-author of Blue Ocean Strategy and co-director of the INSEAD Blue Ocean Strategy Institute in Fontainebleau, France who presented Blue Ocean Shift, a definitive guide to the human side of innovation strategy. Mauborgne’s approach to “Nondisruptive Creation” means that anyone in any organization can be creative and make a Blue Ocean Shift with the book’s systematic five-step process. The sold out event was held at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. A continental breakfast was served before guests headed into the auditorim for the talk on how to create innovative strategies, which don’t disrupt strategies in place. Mauborgne was then joined on stage by Dr. Stephen K. Klasko, President and Chief Executive Officer of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health who interviewed her more extensively.

Kelly Gaess, CapTech Consulting; Kate Zinsky, CapTech Consulting and Bob Wolk, CapTech Consulting

Harriet Weiss, and Larry Weiss, President CRW Graphics

Gary Woomer, CareLink Community Support Services and Eileen Joseph, CareLink Community Support Services

Josh Greenbert and Bob Wolk

Amanda Plavner, Markitects, Inc and Christine Karr, Markitects, Inc

Kim Fraites-Dow – CEO – Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania, Maureen Maier, and Jennifer Richards, all with Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania

Ari Kushner, Director, Marketing + Development at Arts & Biz Council and Luke Butler, Comcast

Karin Copeland, Executive Director Arts + Business Council of Greater Philadelphia

Renée Mauborgne—professor and co-author of Blue Ocean Strategy and co-director of the INSEAD Blue Ocean Strategy Institute in Fontainebleau, France

Dr. Stephen Klasko, CEO Jefferson Hospital and Renée Mauborgne

Elizabeth Lott, CRW Graphics and Michael Kravitz, CRW Graphics

We’re celebrating our 33rd year of honoring exceptional volunteerism, leadership and innovation within the arts and cultural community, distinction in the for-profit creative sector, and unique partnerships formed between the business and arts communities. Arts + Business Council events attract a diverse community of attendees; Awards Celebration 2018 is expected to attract over 600 attendees from the business, legal, technology and creative communities. Register now!

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Spring Fete: The Junior League of Philadelphia

Spring Fete: The Junior League of Philadelphia

There are a lot of wonderful women networking organizations, but one of the prominent ones is The Junior League of Philadelphia (JLP). Recently they held their annual Spring Fete at the Philadelphia History Museum (15 S. 7th St. Philadelphia, PA 19106) on Thursday, March 29, 2018. The mix and mingle event featured lite bites, DJ entertainment, and tours of the museum with Museum Historian, Dr. Cynthia Little and the Director of the Collection, Kristen Froehlich .

All proceeds from the event benefit projects and programs furthering The Junior League of Philadelphia’s mission as well as our Apple a Day Healthy Living Initiative™, addressing food insecurity in Philadelphia.

 

Farrell Ougheltree and Brittany Shaw

Rose Jackson, Samantha Roberts, Megan Morgan and Christy Workman

Kelly A. Murphy, Director of External Relations & Special Events for Philadelphia History, Charles Croce, President of the Philadelphia History Museum and Nancy E. Ahlum, chair of Focus Fundraising of Junior League

Erin Bushnell and Alex Poole

 

Latoya Bryant’s been a member of the The Junior League of Philadelphia, Inc. for the past 3 years. She loves networking with a diverse membership of women, as well as provided a service to the community. Karimah Lynum, is not a member but is thinking of joining.


Through out the evening members and their guests were able to check out the exhibits at the The Philadelphia History Museum

As well as take selfies in their “neighborhood”


Kelly A. Murphy, Director of External Relations & Special Events for The Philadelphia History Museum gives a tour for the Junior League members and guests.


Maryanne Morrison and Lisa Morrison

The Committee Focus Fundraisers with Mary Peller, President of the Junior League of Philadelphia (green dress)

On Saturday head out to the JLP’s 6th Annual Empowering You Health Fair! JPL is delighted to partner once again with Lankenau Medical Center and showcase over 15 vendors who focus on every day healthy living. Come by Saturday, April 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to empower YOUR health!