Harvard Club of San Francisco

Cordially invites you to our Annual Membership Dinner
Featuring
"Distinguished Citizen of the Year"

Peter Schwartz

Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning for Salesforce

"The Four Big Questions for the Future”: Knowing the answer to these questions will give you the ability to foresee the world of 2050.

 

Thursday, April 18, 2019
6:00pm - 10:00pm
The St. Regis San Francisco
125 Third Street
San Francisco


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GUEST OF HONOR
Peter Schwartz is an internationally renowned futurist and business strategist, specializing in scenario planning and working with corporations, governments, and institutions to create alternative perspectives of the future and develop robust strategies for a changing and uncertain world. As Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning for Salesforce, he manages the organization’s ongoing strategic conversation. Peter leads the Salesforce Futures LAB – a collaboration between strategic thinkers at Salesforce and its customers around provocative ideas on the future of business.

Prior to joining Salesforce, Peter was co-founder and chairman of Global Business Network. He is the author of several works. His first book, The Art of the Long View, is considered a seminal publication on scenario planning. Peter has also served as a script consultant on the films "The Minority Report," "Deep Impact," "Sneakers," and "War Games." He received a B.S. in aeronautical engineering and astronautics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York.


THE EVENT
The Harvard Club of San Francisco’s Annual Membership Dinner is HCSF’s most popular event of the year. Club officers will be recommended by our Nominating Committee, and members have a chance to vote on who will guide the Club in the coming year. We also recognize the service of the Club’s officers who are continuing their term, as well as outgoing officers and Past Presidents. Club President Alexandra Amati will speak at the conclusion of the dinner. We urge all our members to join us in warmly welcoming Peter Schwartz to the Harvard Club of San Francisco at what promises to be a spectacular evening!

THE CLUB
Founded in 1874, the Harvard Club of San Francisco, a non-profit organization, seeks to provide a rich variety of activities and service opportunities for alumni, assist Harvard University in the recruiting and interviewing of local students, and communicate about Harvard-related affairs.

PROGRAM
6:00pm Reception
7:00pm Dinner and presentation by Peter Schwartz
See menu at bottom of page

(Please send an email to kirsten@harvardclubsf.org if you need a vegetarian entree)
8:30pm Address by HCSF President Alexandra Amati, & attending to annual club affairs
9:00pm After-dinner mingling

INDIVIDUAL TICKETS
HCSF Member and one guest: $150/person*
Non-members and guests: $200/person
*Members may bring one guest at the member rate of $150 per person ($300 for member + 1 guest) and any additional guests at the non-member rate of $200 per person.

LIFETIME, BENEFACTOR & SPONSOR MEMBERS - registration deadline is Monday, April 1, 2019.
To register, please contact the Executive Director: kirsten@harvardclubsf.org

CLASS TABLES
Want to sit with your classmates? Class year tables are available, 8 seats for $1,500. To book a table, Click Here. For more information please contact kirsten@harvardclubsf.org
 

Deadline for registering is 9am on Thursday, April 11
PURCHASE TICKETS

Cancelations create costs for the club with administration and the hotel. Refunds will be charged $25. There are no refunds for cancellations after 9am on Monday, April 8, 2019.

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LIFETIME, BENEFACTOR & SPONSOR MEMBERS

To register, please contact the Executive Director: kirsten@harvardclubsf.org
 

A NOTE TO OUR MEMBERS
The ticket price is to cover the cost. HCSF does not anticipate making a profit from these tickets. HCSF offers free events, such as hikes and reading groups, as well as moderately priced events like museum tours and speaker events. The twice-yearly Global Networking Nights offer low-cost opportunities to mingle with other members of the Harvard community.

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MENU
SALAD
Wild arugula and Humboldt Fog goat cheese with roasted strawberry and
Villa Monodori Aceto Balsamico

Freshly Baked Artisan Rolls, French Style Sweet Butter

ENTRÉE
Braised Asian-style beef short ribs
fried ginger and spring garlic, daikon radish, natural jus

VEGETARIAN ENTRÉE
Yukon-gold potato gnocchi with green garlic, fava beans, and asparagus

DESSERT
Creamy vanilla cheesecake
caramelized pineapple-passion jus, candied lime zest coconut sorbet

Freshly Brewed Fonte Bin 125 Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee
“T” Collection of Herbal and Natural Teas
 

When:

Thursday, 04/18/19 at 6:00pm - 6:00pm | iCal

Where:

The St. Regis San Francisco
125 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

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Details



HARVARD CLUB OF SAN FRANCISCO
Annual Membership Dinner
Featuring
“Distinguished Citizen of the Year”


Peter Schwartz

"The Four Big Questions for the Future”: Knowing the answer to these questions will give you the ability to foresee the world of 2050.

Thursday, April 18, 2019
The St. Regis San Francisco
125 Third Street
San Francisco


6:00 PM
Reception
7:00 PM
Dinner and presentation by Peter Schwartz
8:30 PM
Address by HCSF President Alexandra Amati, & attending to annual club affairs
9:00 PM
After-dinner mingling

Sponsorships


The dinner also provides an opportunity to for us to showcase our sponsors to our diverse community. HCSF is a non-profit organization that does not receive any funding from Harvard University. HCSF puts on about 100 activities per year, conducts alumni interviews for all Harvard College applicants from the area, and maintains a scholarship endowment to help fund the need-based financial aid of Harvard undergrads from the Bay Area. We try very hard to keep events affordable for all Harvard alumni – particularly to those who are giving back to their local communities. We offer special support for recent grads, senior alumni, and alumni working in low-income, public interest positions. This is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors. As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, a portion of sponsorships for HCSF are tax deductible.

For this year’s Annual Dinner, we are offering sponsorship levels with the following benefits. Sponsorship costs are reduced for non-profit organizations.

Sponsored tables (8 guests each)
  • Gold: $10,000 ($7,000 for non-profits)
    • Full page ad in printed program
    • Recognition on HCSF website
    • Logo displayed very prominently at event
    • Premium seating
    • All 8 guests at table invited to champagne pre-reception
    • Personal thank-you from the stage by HCSF President
    • Standee or banner poster with company name/logo

    Click here to purchase
     
  • Silver: $5,000 ($3,500 for non-profits)
    • ½-page ad in printed program
    • Recognition on HCSF website
    • Logo displayed prominently at event
    • Priority seating
    • All 8 guests at table invited to champagne pre-reception

    Click here to purchase
  • Bronze: $2,500 ($1,800 for non-profits)
    • ¼-page ad in printed program
    • Recognition on HCSF website
    • Logo displayed at event

    Click here to purchase
Sponsor displays (no dinner tickets):
  • $2,500 ($1,250 for non-profits): ½-page ad in printed program, recognition on HCSF website, logo displayed at event
  • $5,000 ($2,500 for non-profits): Full page ad in printed program, recognition on HCSF website, logo prominently displayed at event, personal thank-you from the stage by HCSF President
To arrange a sponsorship, please e-mail kirsten@harvardclubsf.org

 

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DEADLINE FOR REGISTERING:
9AM THURSDAY, April 11, 2019

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE
No refunds after 9am on Monday, Apr 8