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Defining Moments - 35th Anniversary

One Day. Two Events. All Toigo

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29th

DOORS OPEN 5:30 PM, DINNER PROGRAM BEGINS 7PM

THE GLASSHOUSE | 660 12TH AVENUE | NEW YORK CITY

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EVENING EVENT | BLACK-TIE OPTIONAL

35th Anniversary Gala MC

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Kamau Bell
Stand-Up Comedian, Author & Filmmaker

W. Kamau Bell is a comedian, author, and filmmaker. His CNN docu-series "United Shades of America" won five Emmy awards, and he was awarded a Peabody for his docu-series "We Need To Talk About Cosby." He is most proud of his Emmy award-winning documentary short "1000% Me: Growing Up Mixed". Kamau is on the board of Donors Choose and Live Free, and is the ACLU's racial justice ambassador. In 2023 he and his wife Melissa Hudson Bell co-founded Who Knows Best, an Oakland-based production company.

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Wednesday, May 29
Doors11:30 AM
Program| 12:00 - 2:00 PM

Greenberg Traurig Offices
1 Vanderbilt Avenue,
New York, NY 10
017

Industry Insights Moderator

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Reena Ninan
Television journalist, Media Executive and Entrepreneur

Reena Ninan is a television journalist and entrepreneur. She is the founder of Good Trouble Productions, a media company focused on amplifying causes through producing, distributing, and hosting engaging content. Reena created and hosts two top-rated podcasts, Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting and HERO: The Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women. She has served as a foreign correspondent in the Middle East—reporting from Baghdad to Beirut to Jerusalem—as well as a White House Correspondent for ABC News.  She also anchored the CBS Weekend news in New York. Reena is most passionate about foreign affairs, female entrepreneurship, economic inclusion, mental health/wellness, and creating thriving communities.

Our 35th Anniversary Gala Sponsors

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