Anne Gardiner Perkins
FEATURED EVENT US & China Relations MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 6:30PM WINE RECEPTION, 7:00PM PROGRAM
Congresswoman Terri Sewell ’86: Continuing the She Roars Conversation WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 6:00PM RECEPTION, 6:30PM INTERVIEW
Meet Ivy Debut Authors MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 6:30PM RECEPTION, 7:00PM LECTURE Ever wonder how your education can influence your life and career? Come meet two Ivy debut authors and learn how their education shaped them and their writing. Rocco Staino, Director of the Empire State Center of the Book, will interview both authors and explore how their similar Ivy backgrounds helped them to discover success within their passion. Anne Gardiner Perkins is an award-winning historian and expert in higher education. She graduated fromYale University (1981), where she won the Porter Prize in history and was the first woman elected editor-in-chief of the Yale Daily News .With 2019 marking 50 years sinceYale admitted women, her book Yale Needs Women: How the First Group of Girls Rewrote the Rules of an Ivy League Giant is a timely account that gives us insight into the past and future of academic institutions. Joanne Ramos graduated with a BA from Princeton University (1995). After working in investment banking and private- equity investing for several years, she became a staff writer at The Economist . She currently serves on the board of The Moth and recently released her novel, The Farm . Pulling from her own experiences of exploitation in investment banking, The Farm follows the story of a “gestational retreat” where women are promised a large sum of money in exchange for 9 months of their life, only to find that this seemingly idyllic resort is not what it seems. Host Rocco Staino. Members: Free; Guests: $15.
Please join the PrincetonWomen’s Network at The Princeton Club for an intimate conversation between Terri Sewell and classmate Alexandra Lebenthal.Terri will share her insights on Princeton, Congress, and more as she revisits her riveting speech from the She Roars Conference held on campus last fall. An undeniable force of nature from the time she arrived at Princeton until graduation four years later with the Class of 1986, Terri became the first African American elected to Congress from Alabama in 2010. Representing Selma, Alabama, she sits on The Ways and Means and Intelligence Committees. Members: Free; Guests: $15. Tigers with Green Stripes MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 6:30PM RECEPTION, 7:00PM LECTURE America and the world are faced with unprecedented climate change consequences.The good news is that climate awareness is growing and is motivating investors, innovators, students and a number of government officials to find viable solutions to the problem. Peter Fusaro and Steven Hall address this issue from different perspectives. Since Earth Day in 1970, Peter Fusaro , founder of Global Change Associates and host of theWall Street Green Summit at the Club, has worked on the macro economic space of clean energy in policy, investment, and technology. Steven Hall of Chandler LLC has worked on the other end with boots on the ground implementation of energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. He managed the major renovation of the club completed in 2010 that included a cogeneration system that reduced its energy consumption by 50%. Steve has since specialized in creative innovative energy solutions for residential, commercial, and municipal projects. Both Peter and Steve are members of the Princeton Club.They will speak from their respective points of view. Members: Free; Guests: $15.
Come hear Joyce Chang P’90, Chair of J.P. Morgan’s Global Research, and Liz Myers P’92, Managing Director & Head of Global Equity Markets, discuss navigating business with China. Both play a major role in JP Morgan’s expansion in China by allocating resources in the world’s 2nd largest equities market and 3rd largest bond market.Together, they will address the myths and realities of leadership, culture, trade, tariffs, and finance. Ms. Chang manages 920 research professionals located in 26 countries. Her global research team has been named #1 for 2017 and 2018 by Institutional Investor, and in 2014, Ms. Chang was inducted into the Fixed Income Analyst Society Hall of Fame. She has been named one of the Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Finance by American Banker since 2012. She earned a Masters of Public Affairs from Princeton and a BA from Columbia. Ms. Myers joined Equity Capital Markets in 1997 and has headed it since 2012. She is ranked among the Top 20 Most Powerful Woman in Finance. In 2017, Ms. Myers’s team raised $240B in equity capital for public and private companies and was the #1 underwriter for IPOs in the US and Latin America. She received her BA from Princeton and MBA from Harvard Business School. Host Christine Loomis. Members: Free; Guests: $15.
BEFORE & AFTER Special Prix Fixe Dinner Available $35++ (choose two courses) before and after every event in the Bar & Grill.
Afterwards, join us on The Terrace for our end of season al fresco dining. Reservations encouraged.Weather permitting. If inclement weather, dining will take place on the 3rd floor.
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