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Horizons’ 23rd Annual Women’s Breakfast
Thursday, October 28, 2021
In-person: 8:00am – 9:30am
Virtual: 8:30 am- 9:30 am

Join us at the Boston Marriott Copley OR virtually from your own home

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To sponsor or learn more about this event, contact us at events@horizonschildren.org

Please note, to keep our guests safe at the in-person event, we are requiring all guests be vaccinated and wear a mask while inside unless eating or drinking.

This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Richard Antoine White (R.A.W.), a world-class symphony musician and college professor. As a child experiencing poverty and homelessness in Baltimore, Richard slept wherever he could. Despite enormous challenges, he went on to become the first African American in the world to receive a Doctorate in Music for Tuba Performance and has been profiled by NPR and the CBS Evening News. His life is the subject of a documentary film, entitled R.A.W. Tuba.

You won’t want to miss this unforgettable experience as Richard shares his journey from the Baltimore streets to the musical stage and beyond. Richard’s story will challenge and inspire our guests to build a more equitable world in which every person has a chance to thrive.

Interested in Sponsoring the Women’s Breakfast?

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For any questions related to sponsorship opportunities please contact us at events@horizonschildren.org

 

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2021 Committee Event Chairs

Michelle Hicks
Daniele Serafini

Thank you to our 2021 Women’s Breakfast Committee

Committee Members

Mickey Ahearn
Egan Cammack
Kate Cox
Gable Clarke
Barbara Elia
Meaghan Hooper-Berdik
Sue O’Connell
Shanna O’Reilly
Janice Sturchio
Karen Walsh
Allison Zacharek

Thank you to our 2021 sponsors!

Achieving the Impossible: $50,000

 

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Barbara* & Ed Shapiro
Lauren* & Joseph Mazzella

 

Coloring Outside the Lines: $25,000

Sandy & Paul Edgerley
Linda Mason & Roger Brown

Strengthening our Families: $15,000

Kathryn & Ajay Agarwal
Deborah Coleman Diggins & Timothy W. Diggins
Michael* & Barbara Eisenson
Sue O’Connell*

 

Advocating for Change: $10,000

Stephen Klar & Janice Gross
Kate* & Ford O’Neil
Luly & Maurice* Samuels
Molly K. Shannon
Brendan & Kerry Swords
Susan Whitehead

 

Inspiring Imagination: $5,000

Madeleine Dassule
Barbara Elia
Matt Epstein* & Deborah Hiatt
Gilbert Fund
Jen & Des Havlicek
Christoper & Breanna Kirk
Lubin Family Foundation, Kate Lubin* & Glen Sutton
Pamela Mann* & David Baron
Irina Margine & Jonathan Petts
Aaron* & Lauren Miller
Amy Morse
Loren & Vin Moran
Shanna & Scott O’Reilly
David Sprows
Laurie & Peter Thomsen
Sandra Urie & Frank Herron
Megan Watts
Linda J. Wondrack

 

Building Bright Futures: $3,500

Glenn* & Kim Engler
J Calnan & Associates
Piper Sandler & Co.
SGA
WB Engineers + Consultants

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