Finance Leadership Dinner Series (Paris)
 
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Undisclosed Location

You must be a CFO or related finance leader (Controller, etc.) with $500mm+ in revenues to attend.


 
 
 
Finance Dinner Series (Dallas)
 
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Undisclosed Location

Ronnie Fauss, CFO, Dallas Mavericks

Ronnie Fauss is in his second season as CFO of the Mavericks. Ronnie has been with the team since 1999 and has also served as Controller since 2001. Prior to joining the Mavericks, he was a finance leader for the Baylor University Athletic Department, Washington Wizards, and World Cup USA.

Ronnie has both a BBA and MBA from Baylor University.

You must be a CFO, Treasurer, Controller or related financial leader with $1bn+ in revenues to attend.


 
 
 
Finance Dinner Series (Atlanta)
 
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Undisclosed Location

Thad Sheely, CFO, Atlanta Hawks

Thad Sheely is the EVP, Real Estate and Chief Financial Officer for the Hawks and Philips Arena. Sheely oversees all aspects of the accounting, finance and data analytics departments and leads the charge for the company’s real estate initiatives.

Sheely previously developed Hudson Yards for the Related Companies, a 28-acre mixed-use property on Manhattan’s West Side, designing and planning their public experience, and managing the accounting, finance, IT and operations groups.  Sheely also led the stadium development and complex financing for major sports facilities including Metlife Stadium for the New York Jets and Giants, and American Airlines Arena for the Miami Heat.

Sheely holds an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and an undergraduate degree in Urban Studies from Columbia College.

You must be a CFO, Treasurer, Controller or related finance leader with $1bn+ in revenues to attend.


 
 
 
Tech & Innovation Series (Palo Alto)
 
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Undisclosed Location

Bill Schlough, CIO, San Francisco Giants

Bill Schlough currently serves as Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer of the San Francisco Giants and Chairman of the Board of the San Jose Giants.

Since Schlough’s arrival in 1999, the Giants have been recognized as one of the most innovative teams in sports, playing a pioneering role in the world of HD video, mobile content, ticketing and payment systems. Wireless connectivity has been a primary focus since 2004 when AT&T Park became the first sports facility to provide free Wi-Fi to all fans. Schlough’s IT team has also implemented numerous proprietary analytic tools that helped secure three World Series titles over five years.

An Olympic enthusiast, Schlough is a board member of the Bay Area Sports Organizing Committee (BASOC) and served on the committees for San Francisco’s bids to host the 2012, 2016 and 2024 Olympic Games.

You must be a CSO, CISO, CTO, CIO or related technology leader with $1bn+ in revenues to attend.


 
 
 
Tech & Innovation Dinner Series (Washington, DC)
 
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Undisclosed Location

Larry Michael, Chief Content Officer & Executive Producer of Media, The Washington Redskins

Jim Lammers, Chief Technology & Strategy Officer, Federal Reserve System

Larry Michael is the “Voice of the Washington Redskins” and TV host for the Redskins Broadcast Network. He is an 11-time Emmy Award winner and also hosts Redskins Nation on Comcast Sports Net and the Redskins Coaches Show on NBC 4. He is also currently Chief Content Officer and Senior Vice President of Media for the Redskins, responsible for the team’s video content on Redskins.com and production of all Redskins Broadcast Network Television shows and broadcasts.

Some of his other recent credits include 8 Olympic Games, 21 U.S. Open Championships, 12 Masters Tournaments and 15 Super Bowls. Mr. Michael is active in area charities including The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and is a member of the board of Trustees for the Joe Gibbs Youth for Tomorrow Youth Home.  He previously worked for Westwood One as Senior Vice President, where his duties included rights negotiations with the NFL, USGA, Masters, NCAA, NHL, Notre Dame, and NBC Olympics.

You must be a CSO, CISO, CTO, CIO or related technology leader with $1bn+ in revenues to attend.


 
 
 
Health & Bio Technology Summit (New York City)
 
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Microsoft

Now in its 3rd year, HBTS brings together 150+ healthcare industry leaders – startup founders, investors and their university and corporate counterparts. Learn more and keep up to date on this year’s agenda at the summit’s official microsite.


 
 
 
Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Summit (new york city)
 
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Undisclosed Location

 


 
 
 
Startup & VC Series (New York City)
 
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Tesla Manhattan

Jeremy Snyder, GM, East Coast, Tesla

This is a private networking event for startup founders, partner-level VC or PE and c-level corporate executives only.

We’ll go behind the scenes with Jeremy Snyder, who leads Tesla’s east coast efforts and has been one of the mainstay leaders at Tesla over the years. There will be an opportunity to view the Model S and Model X and “ride and drives.” Space is limited to 50 attendees.

 


 

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