Joint Stern – Twin Cities Alumni Network Event: Networking Reception and Panel Discussion on the Topic of Supplier Diversity.

The Twin Cities Alumni Network (a collaboration between clubs from NYU-Stern, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton, Harvard, Yale and Columbia) extends a warm invitation to alumni and guests of clubs from Northwestern, Kellogg, Chicago, Booth, Brown, Princeton, MIT, UVA, Stanford, the Twin Cities Interclub (NESCAC, Five Colleges and The Sisters schools) and Syracuse University to join them at an alumni networking event and presentation focusing on Supplier Diversity.

When: Tuesday, June 14, 2011
5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Panel discussion to begin at 6:30 pm sharp.

What: Panel Discussion on the Topic of Supplier Diversity
Hosted and moderated by Duane Ramseur, President of the Midwest Minority Supplier Development Council (MMSDC), an all-star panel of Supplier Diversity Officers from the University of Minnesota, Best Buy and SuperValu will focus on the ways that shifting US demographics are influencing large organizations and their behavior towards minority populations on the demand side, and supplier diversity on the backend.

Leading minority entrepreneurs Prince Wallace and Dr. Tim Childs will share how they are making their voices heard beyond traditional corporate set asides and government mandates. Dr. Childs was recently invited to Washington where he met with President Obama and the Pentagon about his work. Some of the obstacles these entrepreneurs have had to overcome would inspire any audience.

Where: The Woman’s Club of Minneapolis
(Next to Loring Park)
410 Oak Grove St
Minneapolis, MN 55403-3294
Tel: 612-813-5300

PARKING: Free parking is available at The Woman’s Club.

Cost: $25 for Alumni and Guests

Registration: Please register by clicking here, or linking to

If you have questions or need more information, please contact Robin Hartwell at

We look forward to seeing you, and thank you for your continuing interest and support.
The Stern Alumni Club of Minnesota
Dick Weinrib, ’74 Co-chair
Hugh Williams,’00 Co-chair

PS: Thanks to those who have given to Brains Together for a Cure in support of Arne Carlson and in honor of his brother-in-law Dr. Dale Shepard. Donations may be made online or by printing a donation form and mailing a tax-deductible check to Brains Together for a Cure.

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