Honoree

Eric Schmidt is Technical Advisor to Alphabet Inc., where he advises its leaders on technology, business and policy issues.

Eric joined Google in 2001 and helped grow the company from a Silicon Valley startup to a global leader in technology. He served as Google’s Chief Executive Officer from 2001-2011, and as chairman from 2011-2017. Prior to Google, Eric held leadership roles at Novell and Sun Microsystems, Inc. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Princeton University as well as a master’s degree and Ph.D. in computer science from the University of California, Berkeley. He was a member of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology. Eric is Chairman of the Department of Defense’s Innovation Board and was awarded the Medal for Distinguished Public Service by Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter.

He is the co-author of The New Digital Age and How Google Works, and serves on the boards of the Mayo Clinic and the Broad Institute. He’s a Gulfstream pilot, and his philanthropic efforts through The Schmidt Family Foundation focus on climate change, including support of ocean and marine life studies at sea, as well as education, specifically cutting-edge research and technology in the natural sciences and engineering.

Attend & Support

The Sciences Po American Foundation looks forward to hosting its 8th Annual Benefit Dinner in New York on October 11, 2018 at 583 Park.

We would be delighted if you could join us and invite you to download the Commitment Form to purchase tables, tickets, or a take an ad that will appear in the event program.

DINNER SPONSOR @ $50,000 each

(+) 1 table of 10 in an optimum location

  • Podium recognition
  • Full page 4 color journal ad (inside front, inside back, or back as available)
  • Dedicated slide of corporate logo or name in audiovisual presentation
  • Listing in invitation, journal, and on website

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SUMMA CUM LAUDE @ $25,000 each

+) 1 table of 10 in a premier location

  • Podium recognition
  • Full page 4 color journal ad
  • Dedicated slide of corporate logo or name in audiovisual presentation
  • Listing in invitation, journal, and on website

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CUM LAUDE @ $15,000 each

(+) 1 table of 10 in a priority location

  • Full page b/w journal ad
  • Listing in audiovisual presentation, invitation, journal, and on website

 

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WITH HONORIS @ $10,000 each

(+) 1 table of 10 in a prime location

  • Half page b/w journal ad
  • Listing in audiovisual presentation, invitation, journal, and on website

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INDIVIDUAL TICKETS - FELLOW @ $1,000 each

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  • Listing in invitation, journal and on website

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DONATION

I cannot attend, but wish to make a contribution.

Please contact Anne Scattolin (as@usscpo.org) for details.

JOURNAL AD

Full page, 4 color- $3,500- 4 3⁄4”w x 7 1⁄2” h
Full page, b/w- $2,500- 4 3⁄4”w x 7 1⁄2” h
Half page, b/w- $1,000- 4 3⁄4”w x 3 3⁄4” h

Ad specifications:

Journal trim size is 5 3⁄4” w x 8 5⁄8” h. Bleed allowed on cover positions only. Allow an additional 1⁄8” from trim for bleed and 1⁄2” safety area for live matter on all sides. High res PDFs preferred with fonts and images imbedded (300 dpi).

Email PDFs to: <gala2018@usscpo.org>

Journal deadline for ads and listings is September 24, 2018.

Please contact Anne Scattolin (as@usscpo.org) for details.

The non tax-deductible portion of each ticket is $265. Donations and ads are fully tax-deductible.

Should you have any question, please contact Anne Scattolin (as@usscpo.org).

News
The Stlanley Hoffmann Award

The Stanley Hoffmann Award is established in honor of Dr. Stanley Hoffmann (1928- 2015), a Sciences Po graduate and a long- time professor and author of International Relations at Harvard University. With this award, bestowed for the first time in 2018, Sciences Po and the American Foundation seek to highlight the exceptional efforts of individuals who have contributed to international a airs through business and policy making.

Benefit Committee

The Sciences Po American Foundation would like to thank the following individuals and corporations for their support:

Co-Chairs

  • Anne Dias, Aragon
  • Kenneth Jacobs, Lazard

Benefit Committee (in formation)

  • Amber Capital
  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • Vanessa Bressler
  • Philippe Buhannic
  • Capgemini US LLP
  • Stephan Dietrich
  • Jean-François and Nathalie Ducrest
  • Stephan H. Haimo
  • Paul and Cécile Horvath
  • Hubert Joly and Best Buy
  • Meeschaert Gestion Privée
  • Agathe and Pierre Mordacq
  • Rhône
  • RSM US LLP
  • Paul Singer Foundation
  • Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
  • Société Générale
About Us & Contact

The Sciences Po American Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt organization, was founded in December 2009, with the aim of pursuing non-profit and educational objectives, including enhancing the reputation of Sciences Po in the United States by raising interest and spreading awareness. Its goal is to assist Sciences Po in implementing strategies designed to encourage talented students to pursue their studies at Sciences Po and to recruit and support world-class professors at Sciences Po’s campuses.

The foundation aims at gathering individual donors, as well as private corporations and foundations, to find the resources needed to achieve Sciences Po’s ambitions and disseminate its educational values in the United States.

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