Please join us for a panel discussion with Edie Lutnick and an distinguished group of 9/11 leaders who have influenced everything they encountered from healing, to charitable giving, to public policy, and hear firsthand how they helped to shape what you see today as the September 11th Memorial and Museum. Panelists include Anthony Gardner, Patricia Reilly, Charles Wolf, Diane Horning, Bill Keegan and Juliet McIntyre. They are a mix of 9/11 survivors, first-responders and family members who advocate on behalf of those who lost their lives that day.
For Lutnick and the panelists, their personal losses and experiences not only changed their lives, but also the course of history and how the story of 9/11 and its aftermath would be told. They have influences everything they have encountered – from personal and public healing, to charitable giving, to public policy – and attendees will hear firsthand how these extraordinary leaders helped to shape the September 11th Memorial and Museum.
Following the panel discussion, Edie will sign her book, with proceeds of the book sale benefitting The Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund and the RVCC’s Victims of the World Trade Center Scholarship Fund.
Presented by the RVCC Foundation, this program is free and open to the public. Seating is limited, so reservations are encouraged.
Contact Sarah Costello – firstname.lastname@example.org or 908-526-1200 x 8411 to make reservations and learn about sponsorship opportunities.