INAUGURATION INVITATIONOPEN HOUSE POSTCARDCELEBRATION :TOP SALES EVENTEVENT ANNOUNCEMENTSAVE-THE-DATE POSTCARDE-MAIL INVIT...
Pine Manor CollegeINAUGURATION INVITATIONPROGRAM©Jan Streitburger 2013The Board of Trustees,Faculty, Staff and StudentsofP...
The Concord ConsortiumOPEN HOUSE POSTCARD©Jan Streitburger 2013Realizing the promise of educational technology.Light hors ...
©Jan Streitburger 2013Hewlett-PackardCELEBRATION :TOP SALES EVENTWelcome envelopes2003 – 2009Collateral & signagePartial s...
Arlington Chamber of CommerceEVENT ANNOUNCEMENT & WEB BUTTON©Jan Streitburger 2013What your Small Business needsto know to...
The Toledo SymphanySAVE-THE-DATE POSTCARD & LOGOFundraising materials©Jan Streitburger 2013The Toledo Symphony1838 Parkwoo...
The Children’s RoomE-MAIL INVITATION©Jan Streitburger 2013Join us for a Relaxing Evening withFriends of TheChildren’sRoomT...
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Hewlett PackardTRIFOLD INVITATION©Jan Streitburger 2013Accelerating business outcomes www.hp.com/eur/es2008 HP Executive S...
Boston Public Library FoundationINVITATION & PROGRAMLaser die-cut©Jan Streitburger 2013
web button©Jan Streitburger 2013The Children’s RoomHOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT
©Jan Streitburger 2013Jane DoeCONFERENCE COVER
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  1. 1. INAUGURATION INVITATIONOPEN HOUSE POSTCARDCELEBRATION :TOP SALES EVENTEVENT ANNOUNCEMENTSAVE-THE-DATE POSTCARDE-MAIL INVITATIONPASTA DINNER INVITETRIFOLD INVITATIONINVITATION & PROGRAMHOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENTCONFERENCE COVERINVITATION, ENVELOPE,& RESPONSE CARDINTERACTIVE INVITATION
  2. 2. Pine Manor CollegeINAUGURATION INVITATIONPROGRAM©Jan Streitburger 2013The Board of Trustees,Faculty, Staff and StudentsofPine Manor CollegeReques the honor of your presence at the Inauguration ofAlane Karen Shanks, Ed.D.as `e Tenth President of Pine Manor CollegeFriday, the Fourtenth of OcoberTwo `ousand and Elevenat Two O’clock in the AternoonEllsworth HallPine Manor CollegeChesnut Hill, MassachusexsReception immediately followingFounder’s RoomFerry Adminisration BuildingFor directions, transportation and hotel information,please visit www.pmc.edu/visitors-guide“For 100 years, Pine Manor Collegehas been a proven leader in bringinga supportive and rigorous Liberal Artseducation to women of promise. Forour second century, we will drawtogether students from across thenation and around the world and helpthem to become critical thinkers andresponsible leaders as they study in ourinclusive community. For our studentsand our community, I am committedto a strong, sustainable, and dynamicfuture for Pine Manor College.”— Alane K. Shanks, PresidentPine Manor CollegeMission StatementPine Manor College prepares women for inclusive leadership and socialresponsibility in their workplaces, families and communities. We pursue thisgoal through: integration of an outcomes-based curriculum and co-curriculumdemonstrated by portfolio presentations; active, collaborative, applied liberal artslearning; and college-wide mentoring teams and community partnerships–in anenvironment that celebrates diversity and respects the common good.HistoryPine Manor College is a four-year liberal arts college for women, that alsooffers a coeducational master’s program leading to a Master of Fine Artsin Creative Writing. Originally established as a post-secondary division ofThe Dana Hall School in Wellesley in 1911 by the late Helen Temple Cooke,a pioneer dedicated to preparing women for successful lives, the Collegeoffers Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. The College movedto its tree-filled 60-acre Chestnut Hill campus in the mid-1960s. In recentyears, U.S. News & World Report has repeatedly cited Pine Manor Collegeas one of the most diverse private liberal arts colleges in the country. Today,dedicated faculty and staff provide a collaborative, personalized, dynamiclearning environment, where students are involved in the excitement ofdiscovery, creativity, and problem-solving. Students acquire the analytical,ethical, and interpersonal skills necessary for leadership and are providedwith guidance and mentoring networks to make sound choices about theirstudies and careers.Alane Karen Shanks, Ed.D.On July 15, 2011, Alane K. Shanks became the tenth presidentof Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, MA. Dr. Shanks hasover 25 years of experience at both private and public institutions ofhigher education in the Boston area. Prior to assuming leadershipof Pine Manor, she served as Vice President for Administration andFinance at Roxbury Community College, where she implemented amulti-year strategic plan that placed the College on the strongestfinancial and administrative footing in its history. Earlier, Dr. Shanksserved as Associate Dean for Educational Administration and Financesat Harvard Medical School. She has also worked as a higher educationconsultant serving clients such as Wheelock College and Yale University.Dr. Shanks’ dissertation research was a program evaluation of 30years of affirmative action in student recruiting and retention at HarvardMedical School. Since receiving her doctorate, she has conducted aresearch study on best practices in recruiting, retaining, and promotingfaculty of color in the training of health professionals. This scope ofexperience demonstrates her proven commitment to promoting broadaccess to high quality public and private education for all students.As a member of the American Educational Research Association andthe New England Resource Center for Higher Education, Dr. Shanks haspublished and presented a variety of papers. She earned her Doctorateof Education from the University of Massachusetts Boston, her Master’sin Management of Human Services from the Heller School at BrandeisUniversity, and her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from theUniversity of California at Santa Barbara. She lives in Brookline, MA,with her husband Jeremy Solomons and their two sons, Eli and Jared.Schedule of ProceedingsThursday, October 13Seminar One: Service for a Lifetime. Panel on community service as1:00 p.m. a socially responsible component of life-long learning.Ashby Campus CenterSeminar Two: A New Partnership with Kings Colleges.3:00 p.m. Discussion of shared missions to promote cross-culturalunderstanding and community-building.Founder’s Room, Ferry Administration BuildingSeminar Three: Showcasing the MFA in Creative Writing.6:00 p.m. Readings and discussion by faculty and graduates.Presidents Dining Room,Ashby Campus CenterFriday, October 14Seminar Four: Partnering for Student Success. Strategies and best10:00 a.m. practices for supporting students’ transitions from K-12to college and the innovative PMC teaching strategiesthat promote their success through to graduation.Founder’s Room, Ferry Administration BuildingPoster Session: PMC Students present their academic portfolios, visual12:30 p.m. arts projects, and Alternative Spring Break relief efforts.Ellsworth Hall1:30 p.m. Robing & line-up for academic procession2:00 p.m. Installation CeremonyAn exhibit of artwork by current and past faculty and staff is on displayin the Hess Gallery.PINE MANOR COLLEGEBoard of Trustees2011-2012Trustees Emeritae/iElizabeth Cary Blum ‘92Nadia Chamblin-Foster ‘94Ann S. ColesAmy W. Fraser ‘10Serena Strazzulla Kokjer Greening ‘59Renee LaVerne HarperJacqueline Harris P’13Dorosella Kaluma ’11Shannon Carroll Miranda ‘00Elizabeth Van Orsdel Moulds ‘64David L. MurphyKatherine Halsey Nailor ‘73Laurie Samuels PascalAlane K. ShanksBrenda Bernstein Shapiro ‘58Lydia Villa-KomaroffRachelle TaqquMartella Wilson-TaylorShiawee YangWallis Annenberg ‘59Frederick C. CabotCarolyn Mann Caswell ‘52Elizabeth Merrick Coe ‘43Joan Gibson Craton ’53, P’86Barbara Baldwin Dowd ‘69Anne Noland Edwards ’70, P’00Philip O. GeierSusanne Ernst Geier ‘43Jane Piper Gleason ‘72Nancy Feick Kendall ‘49Barbara Gray Koch ’50, P’87Sara Houstoun Lindsey ‘43Roscoe Moss, Jr. P’78Marjorie E. Nesbitt ‘74Maconda Brown O’Connor ‘50Barbara Biddulph Preston ‘59Paul RahmeierSuzanne Tobey Smart ‘52Nancy Neimeyer Weyerhaeuser ‘51Andrew B. WoolworthLeslie AllenJenny AmoryAnne Bridge Baddour ‘97David and Sandy BakalarAixa BeauchampPatricia BlanchetteSadie Burton-GossFrederick C. CabotLibby C. Candler ’77Bithiah L. CarterYully ChaJon Derek CroteauBrit J. d’ArbeloffCharles DesmondWendy E. Diamond ’92Vicki H. Donlan ’71Barbara Baldwin Dowd ‘69Christine L. Edwards ’00Gus and Anne Noland Edwards ’70, P’00Karin ElliottMary Ann Tinklepaugh Fish ‘50Sue S. GaylorJane Piper Gleason ‘72Nancy A. GleasonMarjorie Lunder Goldy ‘81Elisha and Nina Davis Gray ’64Steven GrossmanDebi HarrisLisa M. HodesEkua HolmesLisa Jo Hurbaugh ’87Marianne JacobbiCharlotte H. JohnsonRussell and Elise Elkins Joseph ’70Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh ‘60Anthony L. KomaroffJoshua KraftLisa “Kipper” Lance ‘91Andria DeLucia Lewis ’86Debbra LindoPilar Loizaga ‘98Joel and Susan Weis Mindel ‘64J. Keith MotleyMarjorie E. Nesbitt ’74Herman and Gail Papa P’95Linda Haldan PascottoColette PhillipsDavid and Barbara Biddulph Preston ’59Emily Kernan Rafferty ’69Marita RiveroKaren RohdinNaomi RosenbergMargaret H. SampMandy Savitz-RomerIrvin ScottBrenda B. Shapiro ’58, ChairFrederic and Jean SharfSarah-Ann ShawMimi Halper SilbertSuzanne T. Smart ‘52Tommy and Susie Adams Smith ‘71Jennifer SpencerRobert I. SperberFlorence C. Stanley ‘70Lori M. Sylvia ‘93Kimberlea Tracey ‘91Ann Pappajohn Vassiliou ‘93Judith E. VichniacJoan Wallace-BenjaminHillary WellsFrederick and Nancy N. Weyerhaeuser ‘51Deborah E. Wiley ‘66Toni WileyKatherine Haley WillCharlene Heiser Wolff ‘72Merle Linda Wolin ’68PINE MANOR COLLEGEBoard of Visitors2011-201214Mission StatementPine Manor College prepares women for inclusive leadership and social responsibility intheir workplaces, families and communities. We pursue this goal through: integration of anoutcomes-based curriculum and co-curriculum demonstrated by portfolio presentations;active, collaborative, applied liberal arts learning; and college-wide mentoring teams andcommunity partnerships–in an environment that celebrates diversity and respects thecommon good.Welcometo theInauguration ofAlane Karen ShanksPresidential MedallionThe Presidential Medallion was donated to the College in 1956 for theinvestiture of President Frederick C. Ferry, Jr., by Margaret Hobbs Traylor,a trustee of the Dana Hall Schools (including Pine Manor) from 1949-1958 andof Pine Manor Junior College from 1963-1968. Since 1956, it has been passedfrom hand to hand at the inauguration of each new president as a formal symbol ofthe continuity of Pine Manor’s history and of the responsibilities, privileges andauthority of the office of the President.Founder of Pine Manor CollegeHelen Temple Cooke1865-195510Presidents of Pine Manor CollegeHelen Temple Cooke 1911-1916(Susan) Adele Lathrop 1916-1928Constance Warren 1928-1929Marie Warren Potter 1930-1952Alfred T. Hill 1952-1955Frederick Carlos Ferry, Jr. 1956-1974Donald A. Gordon 1974-1975Rosemary Ashby 1975-1996Gloria Nemerowicz 1996-2011Excerpt from Pine Manor, The First Fifty Years: 1911-1961by Ruth Woodman RussellHelen Temple Cooke had little formaleducation, no diplomas of any kind,no college degrees, and no financial securitywhen she came from her home in Rutland, VT,to Wellesley, MA, in 1894, at the age oftwenty-nine. More than fifty years later, whenshe retired at the age of eighty-six, threewell-known schools were monuments to hergenius. (Tenacre Country Day School, Dana HallSchool, and Pine Manor.) Ten thousand youngwomen from every state in the nation and frommany foreign countries had attended oneor more of these institutions, which offerededucational opportunity from the primary gradesthrough the first two years of college. On herninetieth birthday, April 13, 1955, which she didnotlivetosee(shediedtheprecedingday),hundredsof letters paid tribute to the high standards ofliving and learning created in these three schoolsand to the enduring gifts bequeathed to “her girls”by a dedicated life.October 14, 2011CelebratingtheInaugurationofAlane Karen Shanksas the Tenth President of Pine Manor College as th400 Heath Street | Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 | www.pmc.edu
  3. 3. The Concord ConsortiumOPEN HOUSE POSTCARD©Jan Streitburger 2013Realizing the promise of educational technology.Light hors d’oeuvreswill be served.This event is freeand open to thepublic.Join the Concord Consortium for an evening ofdiscussion about the future of deeply digital curriculum.A distinguished panel will include:• Greg Gunn, Chief Scientist and Co-Founder, Wireless Generation• Neeru Khosla, Co-Founder and Executive Director, CK-12 Foundation• Joanna Lu, Senior Technical Project Manager, Pearson Education• Deb Socia, Executive Director of OpenAirBoston and founder andformer principal of the Lilla G. Frederick Pilot Middle School in BostonChad Dorsey, President of the Concord Consortium, will facilitatethe conversation.The evening will also include opportunities to meetand talk with Concord Consortium innovators andexplore our latest interactive software.Please RSVP toopenhouse@concord.orgor 978-405-3204
  4. 4. ©Jan Streitburger 2013Hewlett-PackardCELEBRATION :TOP SALES EVENTWelcome envelopes2003 – 2009Collateral & signagePartial shownHP Circle AwardsWinners Summit 2009A tradition of excellenceWinners Summit 2005One shining momentGoldQuest 2004A legacy of successGoldQuest 2003DiscoveriesWinners Summit 2008FajardoPuerto RicoNew perspectivesWinners Summit 2008New perspectivesWelcome envelopeWinners Summit 2007Riviera Maya,MexicoReaching new heightsWelcome envelopeWinners Summit 2006The power withinNameHome AddressCityState/ProvinceZip/Postal CodeCountryPhoneEl Conquistador Resort& Golden Door®Spa1000 Conquistador AvenueFajardo, Puerto Rico 00738Tel: +1-787-863-1000IVANLAZAREVIPG, IrelandWinners Summit 2008New perspectivesMarch 11, 2008El Conquistador Resort, Puerto RicoWinners Summit 2008Awards DinnerWinners Summit 2008New perspectivesDaily agendahp-winnerssummit.comWinners Summit2008New perspectivesWinners Summit 2008New perspectivesWinners Summit 2008FajardoPuerto RicoNew perspectivesWinners Summit 2008FajardoPuerto RicoNew perspectivesWinners Summit 2008FajardoPuerto RicoNew perspectivesThank youWinners Summit 2008New perspectivesPoolside banner
  5. 5. Arlington Chamber of CommerceEVENT ANNOUNCEMENT & WEB BUTTON©Jan Streitburger 2013What your Small Business needsto know to make an impact online:• Social Media • Online Tools• Web Trends • Customer PreferencesNetwork with other businesses & enjoyexceptional local catering too!eSYMPOSIUMeSYMPOSIUMwww.arlchoco.orgeBiz 2009November oosave the dateFriday, October 23REGISTER TODAY:www.arlcc.org/eBizGet Connected8:00am – 4:30pm Arlington Town HalleBiz eBiztweeteSYMPOSIUMeSYMPOSIUMwww.arlchoco.orgeBiz 2009November oosave the dateeSYMPOSIUMOctober 23, 2009
  6. 6. The Toledo SymphanySAVE-THE-DATE POSTCARD & LOGOFundraising materials©Jan Streitburger 2013The Toledo Symphony1838 Parkwood Avenue Suite 310Toledo OH 43624-2502S O U N D T H E C H A L L E N G E
  7. 7. The Children’s RoomE-MAIL INVITATION©Jan Streitburger 2013Join us for a Relaxing Evening withFriends of TheChildren’sRoomThursday, February 12, 6-8 pmWhittemore-Robbins House670 Massachusetts Avenue, ArlingtonInternationally known Harpist & SingerAineMinoguepresenting her new DVD: Winter, a MeditationCome enjoy wine, appetizers &a private screening of Aine’s workPlease RSVP to: info@childrensroom.comor call: (781)641-4741
  8. 8. John HancockPASTA DINNER INVITE©Jan Streitburger 2013
  9. 9. Hewlett PackardTRIFOLD INVITATION©Jan Streitburger 2013Accelerating business outcomes www.hp.com/eur/es2008 HP Executive Summit 2008Rome,9–10 JuneJoin us in Rome for this exclusive CIO conference, where youwill have the opportunity to spend valuable time networkingwith your peers and sharing views with HP executives.Mark HurdHP Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officerand PresidentMark will share the CEO perspective on how yourbusiness can link its business and IT strategies.Ann LivermoreHP Executive Vice President, Technology Solutions GroupAnn will explore how HP’s Technology Solutions Group ishelping CIOs accelerate their business outcomes.Francesco SerafiniManaging Director HP EMEA and Senior Vice PresidentTechnology Solutions Group EMEAFrancesco will provide an overview of HP’s TechnologySolutions Group in EMEA.Robert J. HerboldExecutive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer(Retired), Microsoft Corporation, and Managing Directorof the Herbold Group, LLCAs our keynote speaker, Bob will discuss how IT can reallyfocus on measurable success in accelerating businessoutcomes—today and in the future.Built on the theme “Accelerating businessoutcomes,“ the HP Executive Summit 2008is designed to maximise your valuable timewith many opportunities for networkingwith peers and sharing views with keyHP executives.We have built a programme that addressesthe priorities at the top of your agendafor 2008:• Delivering projects that enablebusiness growth• Linking business and IT strategiesand plans• Improving the quality of IS servicedelivery• Attracting, developing andretaining IT personnel• Demonstrating the business valueof information techology• Improving IT governance• Striving for efficiencies—addressinggreen IT and your businessThe opening plenary will featurepresentations from HP executives, includingMark Hurd and Ann Livermore, who willdiscuss how CIOs can link their business andIT strategies. Francesco Serafini will providean overview of TSG EMEA, and our keynotespeaker will focus on how IT can really focuson measurable success in acceleratingbusiness outcomes.The interactive best practice sharing sessionsfeaturing guest CIOs will be moderated byHP executives representing key verticalindustries. The afternoon workshops willfeature Klaus Hieronymi on “How to leadwith green IT,” and Rick von Feldt leadinga discussion of ”The future of IT: Attracting,retaining and developing your team.” Allparticipants will have the opportunity toparticipate in 1:1 executive meetings, andwill be encouraged to participate in theafternoon workshops, as well.Upon arrival in Rome on Monday, therewill be a social programme and networkingactivities in the afternoon, followed by aninformal dinner at the Westin ExcelsiorHotel. For delegates wishing to bring apartner/spouse, a programme will beavailable on Tuesday. The Tuesday businesssessions and meetings will close with a galadinner at the renowned Terazza Cafarelli.At the 2007 Executive Summit, 95% of alldelegates said they found the event eitherextremely valuable or very valuable, and97% of customers who attended said theevent strengthened their relationship withHP. This will be an ideal opportunity foryou to address your top priorities and sharebest practices for accelerating yourbusiness outcomes.Speakers Key benefits AgendaMonday, 9 June 2008 Event or session description12.00 Arrival and check-in at Westin Excelsior Hotel Rome,with rolling lunch buffet provided14:00 –18:00 Networking and social activities in Rome for all participantsAfternoon 1:1 executive meetings, where possible19:30 Informal dinner at Westin Excelsior Hotel RomeTuesday, 10 June 2008 Event or session description8:30 Opening video and introductions from Lucio Furlani, HP VP ofMarketing & Strategy, Technology Solutions Group, EMEA8:35 Keynote address: Mark Hurd9:05 Keynote address: Ann Livermore9:35 Keynote address: Francesco Serafini9:45 Keynote speaker address: Robert Herbold10:15 Coffee break10:45 CIO Best Practice sharing sessionsSession 1 – Improving IT governanceSession 2 – Improving the quality of IS service deliverySession 3 – Delivering projects that enable business growth12:15 LunchAfternoon 1:1 Executive meetings13:45 Accelerate Growth Workshop 1 – “How to lead with green IT”Klaus Hieronymi, HP EMEA Director EnvironmentalBusiness Management15:15 Accelerate Growth Workshop 2 – “The future of IT: Attracting,retaining and developing your team”Rick von Feldt, VP Learning and Development HP TSG17:00 Closing plenary keynoteKeynote speaker Robert Herbold17:45 Closing remarks19:30 Departure from hotel lobby for Gala Dinner at Terrazza Caffarelli24:00 Return to Westin Excelsior Hotel RomeWednesday, 11 June 2008 Event or session description10:30 Hotel check-out time is 10:30. A transfer has been arranged foryou from the hotel to Rome Fiumicino airport. Departure detailsavailable on site.Please register your attendance for the HP Executive Summit 2008 at www.hp.com/eur/es2008and learn more about the event programme. We look forward to welcoming you in Rome.
  10. 10. Boston Public Library FoundationINVITATION & PROGRAMLaser die-cut©Jan Streitburger 2013
  11. 11. web button©Jan Streitburger 2013The Children’s RoomHOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT
  12. 12. ©Jan Streitburger 2013Jane DoeCONFERENCE COVER
  13. 13. ©Jan Streitburger 2013ZepherINVITATION, ENVELOPE, & RESPONSE CARD
  14. 14. ©Jan Streitburger 2013GenuityINTERACTIVE INVITATION

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