Inclusive leadership which values and leverages diversity Presented by the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of Rome, Italy
Nicoletta Luppi - President & CEO - MSD Italia
Sergio Liberatore - Managing Director - IMS Health
Paolo Cionini - General Manager - LEO Pharma
Agenda: 18:30 – 19 Welcome
19 – 20 Panel of speakers
20 – 21 Cocktail reception
Date and Time: Tuesday, May 10, 2016 from 18:30-21:00
Entrance at via Giovanni Giolitti 34 (2nd fl. above Stazione Termini) Roma
Cost: Contribution for Happy Hour: €15 early bird reservations or €30 at the door, cash only. Space is limited.
This event is open exclusively to the alumni of Columbia university and the other leading business schools in Rome and to their guests, including, but not restricted to: Insead, Harvard, MIT-Sloan, Stanford, Wharton, NOVA, London Business School, London School of Economics, Wharton, Bocconi, NYU, Brown, Thunderbird, JCU, Loyola, St. John’s, Univ. of Chicago Booth, AUR, LUISS.
To register EventBrite.it, Columbia Business School Alum May 10th Event Rome: "La leadership inclusiva per valorizzare le diversita".
If you have questions regarding the event, please contact Isabella Isola ’86 email@example.com. Imran Tayebaly ’76, President Columbia Business School Alumni Club of Rome, Italy.
Dear CU Alumni and Friends,
Join us at the CAA Italy reunion and meeting with Avinoam Shalem on January 21, 2016 at 17:30 (5:30pm).
Avinoam Shalem is currently the Lester K. Little Scholar in Residence at the American Academy in Rome. He is a Riggio professor of the History of the Arts of Islam at Columbia University. Currently, professor Shalem has been directing three research projects in Florence and before he was a guest scholar at Getty Research Center and senior fellow at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
The reunion and meeting with the professor will be at the American Academy in Rome (Via Angelo Masina 5) where the guest can enjoy a private tour of the Academy:
17:30 Check-in & Registration
17:35-18:00 Private tour of the Academy
18:00-19:00 Welcome by Academy Director Kimberly Bowes, Andrew W. Mellon Professor-in-Charge Lindsay Harris, and professor Shalem, and drinks at the Academy bar
Guests should register by sending an e-mail to Giampietro Nattino on firstname.lastname@example.org
Have the valid ID!
The further details about professor Shalem’s work in the Academy can be found on:
Join the Columbia Alumni Club of Italy for a private evening tour of the Vatican Museums.
This is an unique opportunity to admire the magic atmosphere of the Vatican Museums by night. Please RSVP and pay by sending a money transfer to the Columbia Alumni Association of Italy club account:
Account holder: GIOVANNELLI AURELIO, NATTINO GIAMPIETRO
IBAN: IT 31 W 03087 03200 CC0100054701
BANCA FINNAT EURAMERICA
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