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June 12-14, 2013
Host: Secretary John Dalton
June 23-24, 2013
Hosts: Steve and Jean Case, Gene and Anne Fife, Tom and Beth Eckert
PathNorth has planned a three night stay at The Complete Fly Fisher, a luxury fly fishing lodge nestled in beautiful southwestern Montana on the banks of Big Hole River. In a world filled with all-consuming technology and constant demands on our time, there is little space for us to connect with nature in its purest form. This trip will provide a unique opportunity to remove the distractions of work and our ordinary daily routine to experience and enjoy the wonder of creation.
September 26, 2013
Host: John Fahey, Chairman & CEO, National Geographic
John Fahey will host an exceptional dinner for PathNorth’s Honorary Partners, Founding and Legacy Members at the historic National Geographic Society Board Room. Honorary Partners, drawn from the highest levels in the arts, music, sports, academia and politics, bring a unique voice to the PathNorth experience. This will be a magical night!
October 22-23, 2013
Duke University, Durham, NC
Host: Sanyin Siang, Duke University
The Coach K Leadership Summit at Duke University is an invitation-only gathering of leaders to learn, share, and connect with one another on the key leadership challenges we face today. It is convened by the Coach K Leadership & Ethics Center (COLE). A distinction of the Summit is Duke Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski opening up a basketball practice session to the Summit participants.
Priority given to Founding and Legacy Members
Swiss Ambassador’s Residence, Washington, DC
Hosts: His Excellency Ambassador and Mrs. Manuel Sager
80 accomplished leaders drawn from the highest levels of business and finance, diplomacy and government, media and the arts, gather to propose creative and ‘non-obvious’ solutions to various challenges (large and small) facing our world. Last year’s dinner at the Swiss Embassy was truly memorable. Come with an idea…leave with new perspective.
*THE DATE FOR THIS EVENT IS NOT SET