ILLUMINATING UNTOLD STORIES with MARGOT LEE SHETTERLY, author of HIDDEN FIGURES
JUNE 21, 2017 | Hotel Jerome Ballroom
Reception & Wine Tasting | 6pm
Dinner & Conversation | 7pm
To reserve a table or for sponsorship inquiries, please contact Managing Director Jamie Kravitz at 970-925-3122 ext 2#.
Taste Wines From
Quinta de Chocapalha Tinto 2012 (Lisboa, Portugal)
Argiolas, Costamolino Vermentino 2016 (Sardegna, Italy)
Bieler Père et Fils “Sabine” Rosé 2016 (Provence, France)
Special thanks to Charles & Kristen Bieler and Winebow
2017 Ticketing Details
INDIVIDUAL TICKETS | $500
Includes reception, dinner, and keynote presentation. $400 of the ticket is tax-deductible.
SPONSOR TICKETS | $1,500
Includes two tickets to dinner, a VIP reception* with the Summer Words talent, priority seating, sponsor listing in the evening program, Summer Words event passes, and gift bags/special mementos. $1300 of the ticket is tax-deductible.
2017 Table Details
To reserve, contact Jamie Kravitz at 970-925-3122 ext 2#
STANDARD TABLE FOR 10 | $5,000
Includes dinner, a VIP reception* with the Summer Words talent, priority seating, sponsor listing in the evening program, Summer Words event passes, and gift bags/special mementos. $4000 of the table purchase is tax-deductible.
VIP TABLE FOR 12 | $10,000
Includes dinner, a VIP reception* with the Summer Words talent, VVIP priority seating (first RSVP gets head table, with evening’s speaker as guest of honor at table), sponsor listing in the evening program and on Aspen Words website, Summer Words event passes, and VIP gift bags/special mementos. $8,800 of the table purchase is tax-deductible.
*The VIP Reception will take place in the Wheeler Room and outdoor terrace. The general reception will take place in the Antler Bar.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Margot Lee Shetterly grew up in Hampton, Virginia, where she knew mamy of the women in Hidden Figures. She is an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellow and the recipient of a Virginia Foundation for the Humanities grant for her research on women in computing. Her #1 New York Times-bestselling book tells the true story of a remarkable group of female African American mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the U.S. space race. The film adaptation was released in December 2016, featuring Octavia Spencer, Taraji P. Henson, Janelle Monáe, and Kevin Costner, and received several Academy Award nominations.