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Faces and Places

Empowering women

The Chicago Cubs hosted a Women’s Empowerment Night, including a panel discussion hosted by Mastercard, before their game May 20 at Wrigley Field. From left: Dorri McWhorter, CEO of YWCA Metropolitan Chicago; Cubs Charities Executive Director Alicia Gonzalez; Illinois Deputy Gov. Sol Flores; Ginger Siegel, Mastercard North America small business lead; Sarah Schultz, Cubs VP of human resources; and 1871 CEO Betsy Ziegler.
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The Chicago Cubs hosted a Women’s Empowerment Night, including a panel discussion hosted by Mastercard, before their game May 20 at Wrigley Field. From left: Dorri McWhorter, CEO of YWCA Metropolitan Chicago; Cubs Charities Executive Director Alicia Gonzalez; Illinois Deputy Gov. Sol Flores; Ginger Siegel, Mastercard North America small business lead; Sarah Schultz, Cubs VP of human resources; and 1871 CEO Betsy Ziegler.
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The Chicago Cubs hosted a Women’s Empowerment Night, including a panel discussion hosted by Mastercard, before their game May 20 at Wrigley Field. From left: Dorri McWhorter, CEO of YWCA Metropolitan Chicago; Cubs Charities Executive Director Alicia Gonzalez; Illinois Deputy Gov. Sol Flores; Ginger Siegel, Mastercard North America small business lead; Sarah Schultz, Cubs VP of human resources; and 1871 CEO Betsy Ziegler.
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Victory Ride

The V Foundation’s Victory Ride to Cure Cancer on May 18 at the N.C. State Centennial Campus in Raleigh raised more than $230,000 for cancer research. George Hincapie (in black), 17-time Tour de France competitor, was the grand marshal of the ride and led riders out onto the 60- and 100-mile routes.
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The V Foundation’s Victory Ride to Cure Cancer on May 18 at the N.C. State Centennial Campus in Raleigh raised more than $230,000 for cancer research. George Hincapie (in black), 17-time Tour de France competitor, was the grand marshal of the ride and led riders out onto the 60- and 100-mile routes.
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The V Foundation’s Victory Ride to Cure Cancer on May 18 at the N.C. State Centennial Campus in Raleigh raised more than $230,000 for cancer research. George Hincapie (in black), 17-time Tour de France competitor, was the grand marshal of the ride and led riders out onto the 60- and 100-mile routes.
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LA 2028 First Look

LA 2028 brought together 70 top agency executives from across the U.S. to talk about the LA 2028 Games and the road to 2028 with Team USA as part of an Agency First Look event May 30 at Banc of California Stadium. From left: NBC Olympics President Gary Zenkel; Janet Evans, LA 2028 chief athlete officer and Olympic gold medalist; U.S. Olympic Committee CEO Sarah Hirshland; Kathy Carter, LA 2028 chief revenue officer and U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Properties CEO; and LA 2028 Chairman Casey Wasserman.
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LA 2028 brought together 70 top agency executives from across the U.S. to talk about the LA 2028 Games and the road to 2028 with Team USA as part of an Agency First Look event May 30 at Banc of California Stadium. From left: NBC Olympics President Gary Zenkel; Janet Evans, LA 2028 chief athlete officer and Olympic gold medalist; U.S. Olympic Committee CEO Sarah Hirshland; Kathy Carter, LA 2028 chief revenue officer and U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Properties CEO; and LA 2028 Chairman Casey Wasserman.
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LA 2028 brought together 70 top agency executives from across the U.S. to talk about the LA 2028 Games and the road to 2028 with Team USA as part of an Agency First Look event May 30 at Banc of California Stadium. From left: NBC Olympics President Gary Zenkel; Janet Evans, LA 2028 chief athlete officer and Olympic gold medalist; U.S. Olympic Committee CEO Sarah Hirshland; Kathy Carter, LA 2028 chief revenue officer and U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Properties CEO; and LA 2028 Chairman Casey Wasserman.
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Women’s Golf Day

LPGA Tour star and former Solheim Cup team member Ryan O’Toole spent Women’s Golf Day (June 4) giving a clinic to 40 members and guests at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J., in conjunction with PXG.
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LPGA Tour star and former Solheim Cup team member Ryan O’Toole spent Women’s Golf Day (June 4) giving a clinic to 40 members and guests at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J., in conjunction with PXG.
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LPGA Tour star and former Solheim Cup team member Ryan O’Toole spent Women’s Golf Day (June 4) giving a clinic to 40 members and guests at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J., in conjunction with PXG.
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Big East turns 40

From the Big East’s 40th anniversary celebration May 29 at The Graduate Providence hotel: Dan Gavitt, SVP of basketball, NCAA; Larry Jones, EVP, business, Fox Sports; Joel Fisher, EVP, marquee events and operations, Madison Square Garden; Big East Commissioner Val Ackerman; former Big East Commissioner Mike Tranghese; Fox Sports/CBS Sports analyst Bill Raftery; and Georgetown University President Jack DeGioia.
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From the Big East’s 40th anniversary celebration May 29 at The Graduate Providence hotel: Dan Gavitt, SVP of basketball, NCAA; Larry Jones, EVP, business, Fox Sports; Joel Fisher, EVP, marquee events and operations, Madison Square Garden; Big East Commissioner Val Ackerman; former Big East Commissioner Mike Tranghese; Fox Sports/CBS Sports analyst Bill Raftery; and Georgetown University President Jack DeGioia.
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From the Big East’s 40th anniversary celebration May 29 at The Graduate Providence hotel: Dan Gavitt, SVP of basketball, NCAA; Larry Jones, EVP, business, Fox Sports; Joel Fisher, EVP, marquee events and operations, Madison Square Garden; Big East Commissioner Val Ackerman; former Big East Commissioner Mike Tranghese; Fox Sports/CBS Sports analyst Bill Raftery; and Georgetown University President Jack DeGioia.
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A suite life

From the Chicago Bears suite partner event on May 23 at the team’s downtown office location: Bears GM Ryan Pace, Karl Schulz, senior manager of vendor incentives at CDW; guests Greg Poulos and Michael LaMargo; and Bears coach Matt Nagy.
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From the Chicago Bears suite partner event on May 23 at the team’s downtown office location: Bears GM Ryan Pace, Karl Schulz, senior manager of vendor incentives at CDW; guests Greg Poulos and Michael LaMargo; and Bears coach Matt Nagy.
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From the Chicago Bears suite partner event on May 23 at the team’s downtown office location: Bears GM Ryan Pace, Karl Schulz, senior manager of vendor incentives at CDW; guests Greg Poulos and Michael LaMargo; and Bears coach Matt Nagy.
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