Neil Asks, “How do the arts and business intersect?”
A conversation about leadership and innovation
You are invited to the inaugural event for “Neil Asks” a lecture series honoring the legacy of L. Neil Williams, Jr.
“Neil Asks” is a lecture series honoring the legacy of L. Neil Williams, Jr. The series seeks to guide business and community leaders toward greater understanding, innovation, service and hope by exploring a new topic every six months. Our vision is that, by connecting new and aspiring leaders in a topical dialog, we can build connections, networks, and mentoring opportunities that benefit communities as a whole.
The May 17, 2013 lecture will be the first in a series. Every six months a new host, venue and topic will be chosen. Each lecture will be captured and made available on the web so that, regardless of location, the discussion can be used to stimulate conversation and action in local communities.
The premiere lecture of “Neil Asks” is being hosted and administered by the Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center. It is made possible by a generous grant from the Vasser Woolley Foundation.
Principal Guest Conductor, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Philip I. Kent
Chairman & CEO, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
Vice President for Artistic Planning, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Friday, May 17, 2013
11:30am Doors open
12:40pm Presentation & Discussion
CenterSpace, Memorial Arts Building
Woodruff Arts Center
1280 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
$25 per person for lunch
Space is limited.
Please call 404.733.4894
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