Join Center for Houston’s Future along with event chairs Y. Ping Sun and David Leebron in honoring civic leadership across the Houston region for the 2018 Future of Leadership Luncheon! We’ll also be exploring resilience in the arts community with Dean Gladden, Managing Director of the Alley Theatre; Perryn Leech, Managing Director of Houston Grand Opera; and Hillary Hart, Executive Director of TUTS. These leaders of three eminent arts institutions that sustained grave damage from Hurricane Harvey will discuss the challenges they’re overcoming as they build for the future.

The Center’s 15th annual Eugene H. Vaughan Civic Leadership Award will be presented to Andrea and Bill White, for their long-term legacy of open-handed, open-hearted, leadership.

We are fortunate to have Chevron as Presenting Sponsor again this year. Please join your fellow civic and business leaders to celebrate the future of leadership. Purchase your table now for what is sure to be a thought-provoking conversation on resilience among our cultural institutions.

Where: Hilton Americas

When: March 29, 2018 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

 

Presenting Sponsor

Visionaries and Vanguards
CORPORATE VISIONARIES
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H-E-B, Wells Fargo
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The Brown Foundation, Huffington Foundation, The Kresge Foundation, Lumina Foundation, MD Anderson Foundation, Texas Children’s Hospital, The Woodlands Township;
CORPORATE VANGUARDS
BLUE LANCE, Bracewell, Deloitte LLP, Kempner Capital Management, MAREK[/md_box]


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FEATURED EVENT

March 29, 2018

Leadership Luncheon honoring Andrea and Bill White

Join us for an afternoon of celebration and insightful conversation! This year, March’s leadership luncheon will celebrate resilience from community art leaders in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.