March 30, 2017 | 11:30am – 1:30pm | Crowne Plaza Hotel | Palo Alto
Increase visibility for your company’s community engagement programs while helping LifeMoves raise awareness and funds for their successful programs that help end local homelessness among families and individuals in Silicon Valley.
This March, our moderator and panelists will discuss and demonstrate how effective collaboration between local public sector partners (County and City government) and local private sector partners (Individuals, Private Foundations and Corporations) are ending homelessness for local families and individuals.
Approximately 300 guests will attend the luncheon, representing a broad base of the community including local print, broadcast and online media, community and civic leaders, corporations and their employees, individual donors, volunteers, and many first-time guests interested in helping end homelessness.
|VIP Table(s) at the Luncheon Event||2 tables
|Visibility/recognition as “Presenting Sponsor” in all Luncheon advertising and promotions||✔|
|Thank you on LifeMoves social media platforms||✔||✔|
|On stage recognition at Luncheon by Emcee||✔||✔||✔|
|Recognition on the Luncheon invitation||✔||✔||✔|
|Recognition on day-of event signs and posters||✔||✔||✔|
|Company logo included in the printed program at the Luncheon**||✔||✔||✔|
|Recognition on LifeMoves website**||✔||✔||✔|
|Recognition in LifeMoves Annual Report||✔||✔||✔|
**Size and placement of logo based on sponsorship level.
For additional information, please contact:
Diane Pham, Senior Manager, Corporate Partnership
The main ballroom is now at maximum capacity but you can still enjoy the program!
Please join us in the adjacent ballroom to mingle with other LifeMoves supporters, enjoy breakfast and watch the event in its entirety on a large screen.
J.D. Vance is an investor, commentator, and author of the #1 New York Times best seller Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis, described by the National Review as a “brilliant book” and by The Economist as “one of the most important” reads of 2016. Ron Howard and Brian Grazer of Imagine Entertainment have announced plans to produce a movie based on Vance’s book.
Raised by his working-class grandparents in Middletown, Ohio, Vance graduated from Middletown High School in 2003 and then immediately enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps. During his time in the Marines, he deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
When he finished his four-year enlistment, Vance enrolled at Ohio State University, where he studied political science and philosophy, and helped coordinate the university’s bipartisan voter education drive in 2008. After graduating from college, he studied at Yale Law School, where he worked at Yale’s Veterans Legal Services Clinic, providing free legal counsel to veterans of our nation’s wars in Vietnam and Iraq. Vance earned his law degree in 2013.
After a stint at a large corporate law firm, Vance moved to San Francisco to work in the technology industry. He serves as a principal at the leading Silicon Valley venture capital firm Mithril Capital, cofounded by Peter Thiel and Ajay Royan. As an investor, Vance has taken a special interest in the biotechnology industry and other transformative sectors of the economy.
In early 2017, Vance joined as a partner in AOL founder Steve Case’s venture capital company, Revolution LLC, which concentrates on bolstering entrepreneurship and disruptive, high-growth companies outside of the sphere of Silicon Valley. He also returned home to Ohio to found Our Ohio Renewal, a nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing the state’s opioid crisis and bringing high-quality employment and educational opportunities to Ohioans.
He regularly discusses politics and public policy, having appeared on ABC, CBS, and FOX News, and currently serving as a contributor on CNN. Vance lives in Columbus, Ohio, with his wife, newborn son, and two dogs, where he works on his nonprofit and investment activities.