NY Chapter Meeting
WHEN: Monday, August 1, 5:30 - 8:00 PM (just 4 days before the Rio Games open!)
Panel begins at 6:15 PM
WHERE: Lee, Hecht, Harrison, 230 Park Avenue (Helmsley Building, between 45th and 46th Streets)
FEES: Members & LHH $10 until noon July 28, $20 late registration
Guests $20 until noon July 28, $30 late registration
Refreshments will be served.
RSVP by Thursday, JULY 28, noon at http://members.mengonline.com/e/in/eid=421
Photo I.D. required for building entry.
Thank you to MENG members Scott Lange for bringing this program to life
and Michael Bendit for proposing this great topic.
Invite your MENG-eligible friends!
SVP, eTeam Executive Search
Scott built his career promoting and securing marketing partnerships for large scale televised events such as the the New York Road Runners/NYC Marathon®, NYC 2012 Olympic Bid, the Ford NYC Triathlon, and the Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational. His partners and clients have included organizations such as AT&T, Asics, audible.com, Cingular, Coca-Cola, Ford Motor, GEICO, JPMorgan Chase, Jaguar, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, MINI, Nike, Coca-Cola, Tommy Hilfiger, etc. As an Adjunct Professor at NYU’s Tisch Institute for Sport Management, he taught sports marketing and corporate sponsorship for 5 years. Scott has also been an entrepreneur: a co-founding board member of the Leverage Agency, a sports and branded entertainment marketing agency, and co-founder/President of National College Television, the first ad-supported satellite TV network for college students.
Clinical Assistant Professor, NYU
Cameron is an American luge athlete who was a member of the U.S. National Luge Team from 1985 to 1998 and competed on four Winter Olympics teams - 1988, 1992 1994 and 1998. In the 1994 Lillehammer Games, she was elected by her U.S. teammates to carry the American flag at the Opening Ceremonies. Today, Cameron is an intellectual property and sports lawyer, arbitrator with the Court of Arbitration for Sport, and Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU's Tisch Institute of Sports Management, Media, and Business. At NYU, her classes focus on the legal, governance and other issues related to Olympic and international sports. Cameron also writes for and is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Athletes Quarterly, a luxury lifestyle magazine for pro athletes. She graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College, received her Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School, and completed the Executive Masters in Sports Organization Management coordinated by the International Olympic Committee.
VP, Headline Media Management
Jay Rosenstein is Vice President, Programming for Headline Media Management, responsible for developing and representing sports and entertainment properties as a seasoned television negotiator. He has had more than 35 years of sports television, marketing and public relations experience, serving 15 years in executive positions at CBS, including seven as VP in charge of programming at CBS Sports. At CBS, Jay was responsible for acquisition, scheduling and administration of all network sports properties including the 1992, 1994 and 1998 Olympic Winter Games. Following CBS, Jay served as SVP, Director of Sports & Events at Cohn & Wolfe, with clients such as Eli Lilly, Xerox, BMW, Guinness and the NHL. Jay later ran programming for WeMedia Sports, which produced TV and online coverage of the 2000 Sydney Paralympic Games. He is currently an adjunct professor at NYU’s Tisch Institute for Sport Management, Media and Business.
President, Merriam Associates
Lisa Merriam led the branding initiative for Johnson & Johnson's sponsorship of the 2006 Torino and 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and helped develop their sponsorship brand story. On the tactical side, she worked with a BMW dealer group to leverage BMW's performance story at the London 2012 Games. Currently a brand consultant, Lisa's background includes agency experience at McCann-Erickson, Ogilvy & Mather, FCB, Mother, Brandworx, Verse Group, and others. Her volunteer initiatives include the Navy SEAL Museum, Naval Special Warfare Historical Foundation, Moms Who Kick Martial Arts Women Fighting Cancer, and the New York American Marketing Association.
PLEASE NOTE: About The Registration Deadlines
Please note the registration deadlines for each event. Why are they important? Because we are guests of companies that must input our names into their buildings’ security systems. This requires that a company employee make time to do this. In the case of Lee Hecht Harrison, they do this for us on Thursday afternoon.
So if you request a late registration, you are asking LHH to take even more time away from a staff member's work day to do tasks for MENG. That is not a very gracious request on the part of MENG!
Here's How To Make Sure You Don't Miss A Deadline:
Read your MENG email, search for "RSVP" and then RSVP immediately. It’s perfectly OK if you are undecided or find out later that you can't attend. It’s better to be "in the system" than to have to request an exception for yourself later.
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