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©Jan Streitburger 2013
The Board of Trustees,
Faculty, Staff and Students
of
Pine Manor College
Reques the honor of your presence at the Inauguration of
Alane Karen Shanks, Ed.D.
as `e Tenth President of Pine Manor College
Friday, the Fourtenth of Ocober
Two `ousand and Eleven
at Two O’clock in the Aternoon
Ellsworth Hall
Pine Manor College
Chesnut Hill, Massachusexs
Reception immediately following
Founder’s Room
Ferry Adminisration Building
For directions, transportation and hotel information,
please visit www.pmc.edu/visitors-guide
“For 100 years, Pine Manor College
has been a proven leader in bringing
a supportive and rigorous Liberal Arts
education to women of promise. For
our second century, we will draw
together students from across the
nation and around the world and help
them to become critical thinkers and
responsible leaders as they study in our
inclusive community. For our students
and our community, I am committed
to a strong, sustainable, and dynamic
future for Pine Manor College.
”— Alane K. Shanks, President
Pine Manor College
Mission Statement
Pine Manor College prepares women for inclusive leadership and social
responsibility in their workplaces, families and communities. We pursue this
goal through: integration of an outcomes-based curriculum and co-curriculum
demonstrated by portfolio presentations; active, collaborative, applied liberal arts
learning; and college-wide mentoring teams and community partnerships–in an
environment that celebrates diversity and respects the common good.
History
Pine Manor College is a four-year liberal arts college for women, that also
offers a coeducational master’s program leading to a Master of Fine Arts
in Creative Writing. Originally established as a post-secondary division of
The Dana Hall School in Wellesley in 1911 by the late Helen Temple Cooke,
a pioneer dedicated to preparing women for successful lives, the College
offers Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. The College moved
to its tree-filled 60-acre Chestnut Hill campus in the mid-1960s. In recent
years, U.S. News & World Report has repeatedly cited Pine Manor College
as one of the most diverse private liberal arts colleges in the country. Today,
dedicated faculty and staff provide a collaborative, personalized, dynamic
learning environment, where students are involved in the excitement of
discovery, creativity, and problem-solving. Students acquire the analytical,
ethical, and interpersonal skills necessary for leadership and are provided
with guidance and mentoring networks to make sound choices about their
studies and careers.
Alane Karen Shanks, Ed.D.
On July 15, 2011, Alane K. Shanks became the tenth president
of Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, MA. Dr. Shanks has
over 25 years of experience at both private and public institutions of
higher education in the Boston area. Prior to assuming leadership
of Pine Manor, she served as Vice President for Administration and
Finance at Roxbury Community College, where she implemented a
multi-year strategic plan that placed the College on the strongest
financial and administrative footing in its history. Earlier, Dr. Shanks
served as Associate Dean for Educational Administration and Finances
at Harvard Medical School. She has also worked as a higher education
consultant serving clients such as Wheelock College and Yale University.
Dr. Shanks’ dissertation research was a program evaluation of 30
years of affirmative action in student recruiting and retention at Harvard
Medical School. Since receiving her doctorate, she has conducted a
research study on best practices in recruiting, retaining, and promoting
faculty of color in the training of health professionals. This scope of
experience demonstrates her proven commitment to promoting broad
access to high quality public and private education for all students.
As a member of the American Educational Research Association and
the New England Resource Center for Higher Education, Dr. Shanks has
published and presented a variety of papers. She earned her Doctorate
of Education from the University of Massachusetts Boston, her Master’s
in Management of Human Services from the Heller School at Brandeis
University, and her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the
University of California at Santa Barbara. She lives in Brookline, MA,
with her husband Jeremy Solomons and their two sons, Eli and Jared.
Schedule of Proceedings
Thursday, October 13
Seminar One: Service for a Lifetime. Panel on community service as
1:00 p.m. a socially responsible component of life-long learning.
Ashby Campus Center
Seminar Two: A New Partnership with Kings Colleges.
3:00 p.m. Discussion of shared missions to promote cross-cultural
understanding and community-building.
Founder’s Room, Ferry Administration Building
Seminar Three: Showcasing the MFA in Creative Writing.
6:00 p.m. Readings and discussion by faculty and graduates.
Presidents Dining Room,Ashby Campus Center
Friday, October 14
Seminar Four: Partnering for Student Success. Strategies and best
10:00 a.m. practices for supporting students’ transitions from K-12
to college and the innovative PMC teaching strategies
that promote their success through to graduation.
Founder’s Room, Ferry Administration Building
Poster Session: PMC Students present their academic portfolios, visual
12:30 p.m. arts projects, and Alternative Spring Break relief efforts.
Ellsworth Hall
1:30 p.m. Robing & line-up for academic procession
2:00 p.m. Installation Ceremony
An exhibit of artwork by current and past faculty and staff is on display
in the Hess Gallery.
PINE MANOR COLLEGE
Board of Trustees
2011-2012
Trustees Emeritae/i
Elizabeth Cary Blum ‘92
Nadia Chamblin-Foster ‘94
Ann S. Coles
Amy W. Fraser ‘10
Serena Strazzulla Kokjer Greening ‘59
Renee LaVerne Harper
Jacqueline Harris P’13
Dorosella Kaluma ’11
Shannon Carroll Miranda ‘00
Elizabeth Van Orsdel Moulds ‘64
David L. Murphy
Katherine Halsey Nailor ‘73
Laurie Samuels Pascal
Alane K. Shanks
Brenda Bernstein Shapiro ‘58
Lydia Villa-Komaroff
Rachelle Taqqu
Martella Wilson-Taylor
Shiawee Yang
Wallis Annenberg ‘59
Frederick C. Cabot
Carolyn Mann Caswell ‘52
Elizabeth Merrick Coe ‘43
Joan Gibson Craton ’53, P’86
Barbara Baldwin Dowd ‘69
Anne Noland Edwards ’70, P’00
Philip O. Geier
Susanne Ernst Geier ‘43
Jane Piper Gleason ‘72
Nancy Feick Kendall ‘49
Barbara Gray Koch ’50, P’87
Sara Houstoun Lindsey ‘43
Roscoe Moss, Jr. P’78
Marjorie E. Nesbitt ‘74
Maconda Brown O’Connor ‘50
Barbara Biddulph Preston ‘59
Paul Rahmeier
Suzanne Tobey Smart ‘52
Nancy Neimeyer Weyerhaeuser ‘51
Andrew B. Woolworth
Leslie Allen
Jenny Amory
Anne Bridge Baddour ‘97
David and Sandy Bakalar
Aixa Beauchamp
Patricia Blanchette
Sadie Burton-Goss
Frederick C. Cabot
Libby C. Candler ’77
Bithiah L. Carter
Yully Cha
Jon Derek Croteau
Brit J. d’Arbeloff
Charles Desmond
Wendy E. Diamond ’92
Vicki H. Donlan ’71
Barbara Baldwin Dowd ‘69
Christine L. Edwards ’00
Gus and Anne Noland Edwards ’70, P’00
Karin Elliott
Mary Ann Tinklepaugh Fish ‘50
Sue S. Gaylor
Jane Piper Gleason ‘72
Nancy A. Gleason
Marjorie Lunder Goldy ‘81
Elisha and Nina Davis Gray ’64
Steven Grossman
Debi Harris
Lisa M. Hodes
Ekua Holmes
Lisa Jo Hurbaugh ’87
Marianne Jacobbi
Charlotte H. Johnson
Russell and Elise Elkins Joseph ’70
Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh ‘60
Anthony L. Komaroff
Joshua Kraft
Lisa “Kipper” Lance ‘91
Andria DeLucia Lewis ’86
Debbra Lindo
Pilar Loizaga ‘98
Joel and Susan Weis Mindel ‘64
J. Keith Motley
Marjorie E. Nesbitt ’74
Herman and Gail Papa P’95
Linda Haldan Pascotto
Colette Phillips
David and Barbara Biddulph Preston ’59
Emily Kernan Rafferty ’69
Marita Rivero
Karen Rohdin
Naomi Rosenberg
Margaret H. Samp
Mandy Savitz-Romer
Irvin Scott
Brenda B. Shapiro ’58, Chair
Frederic and Jean Sharf
Sarah-Ann Shaw
Mimi Halper Silbert
Suzanne T. Smart ‘52
Tommy and Susie Adams Smith ‘71
Jennifer Spencer
Robert I. Sperber
Florence C. Stanley ‘70
Lori M. Sylvia ‘93
Kimberlea Tracey ‘91
Ann Pappajohn Vassiliou ‘93
Judith E. Vichniac
Joan Wallace-Benjamin
Hillary Wells
Frederick and Nancy N. Weyerhaeuser ‘51
Deborah E. Wiley ‘66
Toni Wiley
Katherine Haley Will
Charlene Heiser Wolff ‘72
Merle Linda Wolin ’68
PINE MANOR COLLEGE
Board of Visitors
2011-2012
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Mission Statement
Pine Manor College prepares women for inclusive leadership and social responsibility in
their workplaces, families and communities. We pursue this goal through: integration of an
outcomes-based curriculum and co-curriculum demonstrated by portfolio presentations;
active, collaborative, applied liberal arts learning; and college-wide mentoring teams and
community partnerships–in an environment that celebrates diversity and respects the
common good.
Welcome
to the
Inauguration of
Alane Karen Shanks
Presidential Medallion
The Presidential Medallion was donated to the College in 1956 for the
investiture of President Frederick C. Ferry, Jr., by Margaret Hobbs Traylor,
a trustee of the Dana Hall Schools (including Pine Manor) from 1949-1958 and
of Pine Manor Junior College from 1963-1968. Since 1956, it has been passed
from hand to hand at the inauguration of each new president as a formal symbol of
the continuity of Pine Manor’s history and of the responsibilities, privileges and
authority of the office of the President.
Founder of Pine Manor College
Helen Temple Cooke
1865-1955
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Presidents of Pine Manor College
Helen Temple Cooke 1911-1916
(Susan) Adele Lathrop 1916-1928
Constance Warren 1928-1929
Marie Warren Potter 1930-1952
Alfred T. Hill 1952-1955
Frederick Carlos Ferry, Jr. 1956-1974
Donald A. Gordon 1974-1975
Rosemary Ashby 1975-1996
Gloria Nemerowicz 1996-2011
Excerpt from Pine Manor, The First Fifty Years: 1911-1961
by Ruth Woodman Russell
Helen Temple Cooke had little formal
education, no diplomas of any kind,
no college degrees, and no financial security
when she came from her home in Rutland, VT,
to Wellesley, MA, in 1894, at the age of
twenty-nine. More than fifty years later, when
she retired at the age of eighty-six, three
well-known schools were monuments to her
genius. (Tenacre Country Day School, Dana Hall
School, and Pine Manor.) Ten thousand young
women from every state in the nation and from
many foreign countries had attended one
or more of these institutions, which offered
educational opportunity from the primary grades
through the first two years of college. On her
ninetieth birthday, April 13, 1955, which she did
notlivetosee(shediedtheprecedingday),hundreds
of letters paid tribute to the high standards of
living and learning created in these three schools
and to the enduring gifts bequeathed to “her girls”
by a dedicated life.
October 14, 2011
Celebratingthe
Inauguration
of
Alane Karen Shanks
as the Tenth President of Pine Manor College as th
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Built on the theme “Accelerating business
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8:35 Keynote address: Mark Hurd
9:05 Keynote address: Ann Livermore
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10:15 Coffee break
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17:00 Closing plenary keynote
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17:45 Closing remarks
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  • 1. INAUGURATION INVITATION OPEN HOUSE POSTCARD CELEBRATION : TOP SALES EVENT EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT SAVE-THE-DATE POSTCARD E-MAIL INVITATION PASTA DINNER INVITE TRIFOLD INVITATION INVITATION & PROGRAM HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT CONFERENCE COVER INVITATION, ENVELOPE, & RESPONSE CARD INTERACTIVE INVITATION
  • 2. Pine Manor College INAUGURATION INVITATION PROGRAM ©Jan Streitburger 2013 The Board of Trustees, Faculty, Staff and Students of Pine Manor College Reques the honor of your presence at the Inauguration of Alane Karen Shanks, Ed.D. as `e Tenth President of Pine Manor College Friday, the Fourtenth of Ocober Two `ousand and Eleven at Two O’clock in the Aternoon Ellsworth Hall Pine Manor College Chesnut Hill, Massachusexs Reception immediately following Founder’s Room Ferry Adminisration Building For directions, transportation and hotel information, please visit www.pmc.edu/visitors-guide “For 100 years, Pine Manor College has been a proven leader in bringing a supportive and rigorous Liberal Arts education to women of promise. For our second century, we will draw together students from across the nation and around the world and help them to become critical thinkers and responsible leaders as they study in our inclusive community. For our students and our community, I am committed to a strong, sustainable, and dynamic future for Pine Manor College. ”— Alane K. Shanks, President Pine Manor College Mission Statement Pine Manor College prepares women for inclusive leadership and social responsibility in their workplaces, families and communities. We pursue this goal through: integration of an outcomes-based curriculum and co-curriculum demonstrated by portfolio presentations; active, collaborative, applied liberal arts learning; and college-wide mentoring teams and community partnerships–in an environment that celebrates diversity and respects the common good. History Pine Manor College is a four-year liberal arts college for women, that also offers a coeducational master’s program leading to a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. Originally established as a post-secondary division of The Dana Hall School in Wellesley in 1911 by the late Helen Temple Cooke, a pioneer dedicated to preparing women for successful lives, the College offers Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. The College moved to its tree-filled 60-acre Chestnut Hill campus in the mid-1960s. In recent years, U.S. News & World Report has repeatedly cited Pine Manor College as one of the most diverse private liberal arts colleges in the country. Today, dedicated faculty and staff provide a collaborative, personalized, dynamic learning environment, where students are involved in the excitement of discovery, creativity, and problem-solving. Students acquire the analytical, ethical, and interpersonal skills necessary for leadership and are provided with guidance and mentoring networks to make sound choices about their studies and careers. Alane Karen Shanks, Ed.D. On July 15, 2011, Alane K. Shanks became the tenth president of Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, MA. Dr. Shanks has over 25 years of experience at both private and public institutions of higher education in the Boston area. Prior to assuming leadership of Pine Manor, she served as Vice President for Administration and Finance at Roxbury Community College, where she implemented a multi-year strategic plan that placed the College on the strongest financial and administrative footing in its history. Earlier, Dr. Shanks served as Associate Dean for Educational Administration and Finances at Harvard Medical School. She has also worked as a higher education consultant serving clients such as Wheelock College and Yale University. Dr. Shanks’ dissertation research was a program evaluation of 30 years of affirmative action in student recruiting and retention at Harvard Medical School. Since receiving her doctorate, she has conducted a research study on best practices in recruiting, retaining, and promoting faculty of color in the training of health professionals. This scope of experience demonstrates her proven commitment to promoting broad access to high quality public and private education for all students. As a member of the American Educational Research Association and the New England Resource Center for Higher Education, Dr. Shanks has published and presented a variety of papers. She earned her Doctorate of Education from the University of Massachusetts Boston, her Master’s in Management of Human Services from the Heller School at Brandeis University, and her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of California at Santa Barbara. She lives in Brookline, MA, with her husband Jeremy Solomons and their two sons, Eli and Jared. Schedule of Proceedings Thursday, October 13 Seminar One: Service for a Lifetime. Panel on community service as 1:00 p.m. a socially responsible component of life-long learning. Ashby Campus Center Seminar Two: A New Partnership with Kings Colleges. 3:00 p.m. Discussion of shared missions to promote cross-cultural understanding and community-building. Founder’s Room, Ferry Administration Building Seminar Three: Showcasing the MFA in Creative Writing. 6:00 p.m. Readings and discussion by faculty and graduates. Presidents Dining Room,Ashby Campus Center Friday, October 14 Seminar Four: Partnering for Student Success. Strategies and best 10:00 a.m. practices for supporting students’ transitions from K-12 to college and the innovative PMC teaching strategies that promote their success through to graduation. Founder’s Room, Ferry Administration Building Poster Session: PMC Students present their academic portfolios, visual 12:30 p.m. arts projects, and Alternative Spring Break relief efforts. Ellsworth Hall 1:30 p.m. Robing & line-up for academic procession 2:00 p.m. Installation Ceremony An exhibit of artwork by current and past faculty and staff is on display in the Hess Gallery. PINE MANOR COLLEGE Board of Trustees 2011-2012 Trustees Emeritae/i Elizabeth Cary Blum ‘92 Nadia Chamblin-Foster ‘94 Ann S. Coles Amy W. Fraser ‘10 Serena Strazzulla Kokjer Greening ‘59 Renee LaVerne Harper Jacqueline Harris P’13 Dorosella Kaluma ’11 Shannon Carroll Miranda ‘00 Elizabeth Van Orsdel Moulds ‘64 David L. Murphy Katherine Halsey Nailor ‘73 Laurie Samuels Pascal Alane K. Shanks Brenda Bernstein Shapiro ‘58 Lydia Villa-Komaroff Rachelle Taqqu Martella Wilson-Taylor Shiawee Yang Wallis Annenberg ‘59 Frederick C. Cabot Carolyn Mann Caswell ‘52 Elizabeth Merrick Coe ‘43 Joan Gibson Craton ’53, P’86 Barbara Baldwin Dowd ‘69 Anne Noland Edwards ’70, P’00 Philip O. Geier Susanne Ernst Geier ‘43 Jane Piper Gleason ‘72 Nancy Feick Kendall ‘49 Barbara Gray Koch ’50, P’87 Sara Houstoun Lindsey ‘43 Roscoe Moss, Jr. P’78 Marjorie E. Nesbitt ‘74 Maconda Brown O’Connor ‘50 Barbara Biddulph Preston ‘59 Paul Rahmeier Suzanne Tobey Smart ‘52 Nancy Neimeyer Weyerhaeuser ‘51 Andrew B. Woolworth Leslie Allen Jenny Amory Anne Bridge Baddour ‘97 David and Sandy Bakalar Aixa Beauchamp Patricia Blanchette Sadie Burton-Goss Frederick C. Cabot Libby C. Candler ’77 Bithiah L. Carter Yully Cha Jon Derek Croteau Brit J. d’Arbeloff Charles Desmond Wendy E. Diamond ’92 Vicki H. Donlan ’71 Barbara Baldwin Dowd ‘69 Christine L. Edwards ’00 Gus and Anne Noland Edwards ’70, P’00 Karin Elliott Mary Ann Tinklepaugh Fish ‘50 Sue S. Gaylor Jane Piper Gleason ‘72 Nancy A. Gleason Marjorie Lunder Goldy ‘81 Elisha and Nina Davis Gray ’64 Steven Grossman Debi Harris Lisa M. Hodes Ekua Holmes Lisa Jo Hurbaugh ’87 Marianne Jacobbi Charlotte H. Johnson Russell and Elise Elkins Joseph ’70 Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh ‘60 Anthony L. Komaroff Joshua Kraft Lisa “Kipper” Lance ‘91 Andria DeLucia Lewis ’86 Debbra Lindo Pilar Loizaga ‘98 Joel and Susan Weis Mindel ‘64 J. Keith Motley Marjorie E. Nesbitt ’74 Herman and Gail Papa P’95 Linda Haldan Pascotto Colette Phillips David and Barbara Biddulph Preston ’59 Emily Kernan Rafferty ’69 Marita Rivero Karen Rohdin Naomi Rosenberg Margaret H. Samp Mandy Savitz-Romer Irvin Scott Brenda B. Shapiro ’58, Chair Frederic and Jean Sharf Sarah-Ann Shaw Mimi Halper Silbert Suzanne T. Smart ‘52 Tommy and Susie Adams Smith ‘71 Jennifer Spencer Robert I. Sperber Florence C. Stanley ‘70 Lori M. Sylvia ‘93 Kimberlea Tracey ‘91 Ann Pappajohn Vassiliou ‘93 Judith E. Vichniac Joan Wallace-Benjamin Hillary Wells Frederick and Nancy N. Weyerhaeuser ‘51 Deborah E. Wiley ‘66 Toni Wiley Katherine Haley Will Charlene Heiser Wolff ‘72 Merle Linda Wolin ’68 PINE MANOR COLLEGE Board of Visitors 2011-2012 14 Mission Statement Pine Manor College prepares women for inclusive leadership and social responsibility in their workplaces, families and communities. We pursue this goal through: integration of an outcomes-based curriculum and co-curriculum demonstrated by portfolio presentations; active, collaborative, applied liberal arts learning; and college-wide mentoring teams and community partnerships–in an environment that celebrates diversity and respects the common good. Welcome to the Inauguration of Alane Karen Shanks Presidential Medallion The Presidential Medallion was donated to the College in 1956 for the investiture of President Frederick C. Ferry, Jr., by Margaret Hobbs Traylor, a trustee of the Dana Hall Schools (including Pine Manor) from 1949-1958 and of Pine Manor Junior College from 1963-1968. Since 1956, it has been passed from hand to hand at the inauguration of each new president as a formal symbol of the continuity of Pine Manor’s history and of the responsibilities, privileges and authority of the office of the President. Founder of Pine Manor College Helen Temple Cooke 1865-1955 10 Presidents of Pine Manor College Helen Temple Cooke 1911-1916 (Susan) Adele Lathrop 1916-1928 Constance Warren 1928-1929 Marie Warren Potter 1930-1952 Alfred T. Hill 1952-1955 Frederick Carlos Ferry, Jr. 1956-1974 Donald A. Gordon 1974-1975 Rosemary Ashby 1975-1996 Gloria Nemerowicz 1996-2011 Excerpt from Pine Manor, The First Fifty Years: 1911-1961 by Ruth Woodman Russell Helen Temple Cooke had little formal education, no diplomas of any kind, no college degrees, and no financial security when she came from her home in Rutland, VT, to Wellesley, MA, in 1894, at the age of twenty-nine. More than fifty years later, when she retired at the age of eighty-six, three well-known schools were monuments to her genius. (Tenacre Country Day School, Dana Hall School, and Pine Manor.) Ten thousand young women from every state in the nation and from many foreign countries had attended one or more of these institutions, which offered educational opportunity from the primary grades through the first two years of college. On her ninetieth birthday, April 13, 1955, which she did notlivetosee(shediedtheprecedingday),hundreds of letters paid tribute to the high standards of living and learning created in these three schools and to the enduring gifts bequeathed to “her girls” by a dedicated life. October 14, 2011 Celebratingthe Inauguration of Alane Karen Shanks as the Tenth President of Pine Manor College as th 400 Heath Street | Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 | www.pmc.edu
  • 3. The Concord Consortium OPEN HOUSE POSTCARD ©Jan Streitburger 2013 Realizing the promise of educational technology. Light hors d’oeuvres will be served. This event is free and open to the public. Join the Concord Consortium for an evening of discussion 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 and former principal of the Lilla G. Frederick Pilot Middle School in Boston Chad Dorsey, President of the Concord Consortium, will facilitate the conversation. The evening will also include opportunities to meet and talk with Concord Consortium innovators and explore our latest interactive software. Please RSVP to openhouse@concord.org or 978-405-3204
  • 4. ©Jan Streitburger 2013 Hewlett-Packard CELEBRATION : TOP SALES EVENT Welcome envelopes 2003 – 2009 Collateral & signage Partial shown HP Circle Awards Winners Summit 2009 A tradition of excellence Winners Summit 2005 One shining moment GoldQuest 2004 A legacy of success GoldQuest 2003 Discoveries Winners Summit 2008 Fajardo Puerto Rico New perspectives Winners Summit 2008 New perspectives Welcome envelope Winners Summit 2007 Riviera Maya, Mexico Reaching new heights Welcome envelope Winners Summit 2006 The power within Name Home Address City State/Province Zip/Postal Code Country Phone El Conquistador Resort & Golden Door ® Spa 1000 Conquistador Avenue Fajardo, Puerto Rico 00738 Tel: +1-787-863-1000 IVAN LAZAREV IPG, Ireland Winners Summit 2008 New perspectives March 11, 2008 El Conquistador Resort, Puerto Rico Winners Summit 2008 Awards Dinner Winners Summit 2008 New perspectives Daily agenda hp-winnerssummit.com Winners Summit 2008 New perspectives Winners Summit 2008 New perspectives Winners Summit 2008 Fajardo Puerto Rico New perspectives Winners Summit 2008 Fajardo Puerto Rico New perspectives Winners Summit 2008 Fajardo Puerto Rico New perspectives Thank you Winners Summit 2008 New perspectives Poolside banner
  • 5. Arlington Chamber of Commerce EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT & WEB BUTTON ©Jan Streitburger 2013 What your Small Business needs to know to make an impact online: • Social Media • Online Tools • Web Trends • Customer Preferences Network with other businesses & enjoy exceptional local catering too! eSYMPOSIUM eSYMPOSIUM www.arlchoco.org eBiz 2009 November oo save the dateFriday, October 23 REGISTER TODAY: www.arlcc.org/eBiz Get Connected 8:00am – 4:30pm Arlington Town Hall eBiz eBiztweet eSYMPOSIUM eSYMPOSIUM www.arlchoco.org eBiz 2009 November oo save the date eSYMPOSIUM October 23, 2009
  • 6. The Toledo Symphany SAVE-THE-DATE POSTCARD & LOGO Fundraising materials ©Jan Streitburger 2013 The Toledo Symphony 1838 Parkwood Avenue Suite 310 Toledo OH 43624-2502 S O U N D T H E C H A L L E N G E
  • 7. The Children’s Room E-MAIL INVITATION ©Jan Streitburger 2013 Join us for a Relaxing Evening with Friends of TheChildren’sRoom Thursday, February 12, 6-8 pm Whittemore-Robbins House 670 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington Internationally known Harpist & Singer AineMinogue presenting her new DVD: Winter, a Meditation Come enjoy wine, appetizers & a private screening of Aine’s work Please RSVP to: info@childrensroom.com or call: (781)641-4741
  • 8. John Hancock PASTA DINNER INVITE ©Jan Streitburger 2013
  • 9. Hewlett Packard TRIFOLD INVITATION ©Jan Streitburger 2013 Accelerating business outcomes www.hp.com/eur/es2008 HP Executive Summit 2008 Rome,9–10 June Join us in Rome for this exclusive CIO conference, where you will have the opportunity to spend valuable time networking with your peers and sharing views with HP executives. Mark Hurd HP Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and President Mark will share the CEO perspective on how your business can link its business and IT strategies. Ann Livermore HP Executive Vice President, Technology Solutions Group Ann will explore how HP’s Technology Solutions Group is helping CIOs accelerate their business outcomes. Francesco Serafini Managing Director HP EMEA and Senior Vice President Technology Solutions Group EMEA Francesco will provide an overview of HP’s Technology Solutions Group in EMEA. Robert J. Herbold Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (Retired), Microsoft Corporation, and Managing Director of the Herbold Group, LLC As our keynote speaker, Bob will discuss how IT can really focus on measurable success in accelerating business outcomes—today and in the future. Built on the theme “Accelerating business outcomes,“ the HP Executive Summit 2008 is designed to maximise your valuable time with many opportunities for networking with peers and sharing views with key HP executives. We have built a programme that addresses the priorities at the top of your agenda for 2008: • Delivering projects that enable business growth • Linking business and IT strategies and plans • Improving the quality of IS service delivery • Attracting, developing and retaining IT personnel • Demonstrating the business value of information techology • Improving IT governance • Striving for efficiencies—addressing green IT and your business The opening plenary will feature presentations from HP executives, including Mark Hurd and Ann Livermore, who will discuss how CIOs can link their business and IT strategies. Francesco Serafini will provide an overview of TSG EMEA, and our keynote speaker will focus on how IT can really focus on measurable success in accelerating business outcomes. The interactive best practice sharing sessions featuring guest CIOs will be moderated by HP executives representing key vertical industries. The afternoon workshops will feature Klaus Hieronymi on “How to lead with green IT,” and Rick von Feldt leading a discussion of ”The future of IT: Attracting, retaining and developing your team.” All participants will have the opportunity to participate in 1:1 executive meetings, and will be encouraged to participate in the afternoon workshops, as well. Upon arrival in Rome on Monday, there will be a social programme and networking activities in the afternoon, followed by an informal dinner at the Westin Excelsior Hotel. For delegates wishing to bring a partner/spouse, a programme will be available on Tuesday. The Tuesday business sessions and meetings will close with a gala dinner at the renowned Terazza Cafarelli. At the 2007 Executive Summit, 95% of all delegates said they found the event either extremely valuable or very valuable, and 97% of customers who attended said the event strengthened their relationship with HP. This will be an ideal opportunity for you to address your top priorities and share best practices for accelerating your business outcomes. Speakers Key benefits Agenda Monday, 9 June 2008 Event or session description 12.00 Arrival and check-in at Westin Excelsior Hotel Rome, with rolling lunch buffet provided 14:00 –18:00 Networking and social activities in Rome for all participants Afternoon 1:1 executive meetings, where possible 19:30 Informal dinner at Westin Excelsior Hotel Rome Tuesday, 10 June 2008 Event or session description 8:30 Opening video and introductions from Lucio Furlani, HP VP of Marketing & Strategy, Technology Solutions Group, EMEA 8:35 Keynote address: Mark Hurd 9:05 Keynote address: Ann Livermore 9:35 Keynote address: Francesco Serafini 9:45 Keynote speaker address: Robert Herbold 10:15 Coffee break 10:45 CIO Best Practice sharing sessions Session 1 – Improving IT governance Session 2 – Improving the quality of IS service delivery Session 3 – Delivering projects that enable business growth 12:15 Lunch Afternoon 1:1 Executive meetings 13:45 Accelerate Growth Workshop 1 – “How to lead with green IT” Klaus Hieronymi, HP EMEA Director Environmental Business Management 15:15 Accelerate Growth Workshop 2 – “The future of IT: Attracting, retaining and developing your team” Rick von Feldt, VP Learning and Development HP TSG 17:00 Closing plenary keynote Keynote speaker Robert Herbold 17:45 Closing remarks 19:30 Departure from hotel lobby for Gala Dinner at Terrazza Caffarelli 24:00 Return to Westin Excelsior Hotel Rome Wednesday, 11 June 2008 Event or session description 10:30 Hotel check-out time is 10:30. A transfer has been arranged for you from the hotel to Rome Fiumicino airport. Departure details available on site. Please register your attendance for the HP Executive Summit 2008 at www.hp.com/eur/es2008 and learn more about the event programme. We look forward to welcoming you in Rome.
  • 10. Boston Public Library Foundation INVITATION & PROGRAM Laser die-cut ©Jan Streitburger 2013
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