|Hall of Mentorship Recipients|
|Thursday, 13 September 2012 16:20|
IRTS HALL OF MENTORSHIP DINNER
The 2015 IRTS HALL OF MENTORSHIP DINNER will take place on Monday, November 9 at The Pierre. We invite the industry to embrace the IRTS mission of BUILDING FUTURE MEDIA LEADERS by saluting top leaders of today for extraordinary mentorship.
Now in its fourth year, this IRTS fundraiser replaces the annual Gold Medal Gala. IRTS President and CEO Joyce Tudryn explains, "Mentorship has always been the centerpiece of the IRTS educational programs and diversity initiatives, yet we traditionally give accolades based on industry achievements. We now proudly honor extraordinary leaders, who inspire us to make a difference through mentoring. May their examples set some models in motion, and serve as a call for action to all.
Tickets must be reserved and confirmed in advance. All purchase options can be found on the link below. Online reservations are not available for the annual dinner. Please contact Joyce Tudryn at (212) 867-6650, ext. 11. (dial 2 when prompted prior to extension)
Purchase Options Link: 2015_IRTS_Hall_of_Mentorship_Dinner_Reservation_Form.pdf
2015 IRTS FOUNDATION HALL OF MENTORSHIP DINNER
Monday, November 9
The Pierre in New York City
7:30 Dinner and Program
Wenda Harris Millard
President & COO
Chief Research Officer
President, CBS VISION
OMNICOM MEDIA GROUP, NA
Chairwoman, TFQ VENTURES
Founder, THE GIRLS' LOUNGE
The IRTS Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, which brings together the wisdom and power of today's leaders to train and educate the next generation of media and communication professionals. Proceeds from this event will benefit the IRTS educational programs, including the 9-week expense-paid Summer Fellowships, Multicultural Career Workshops, and Faculty Seminars. Your contribution, less $225 per seat is deductible as a charitable contribution to the extent allowed by law. IRTS programs try to ensure that our business reaches its highest potential in this exciting digital age. IRTS stands for International Radio and Television Society, but these days we simply use our acronym because we embrace legacy, digital, and emerging media in all that we do.