2013 IGS Salon Gala: The U.S. Senate and National Security
The IGS National Advisory Council will feature U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-California) at its annual Salon Dinner on Thursday, April 4, 2013, from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Julia Morgan Ballroom of the Mercantile Exchange Building (15th floor) in San Francisco. Senator Feinstein is the senior senator from California. All proceeds from the Salon Gala go to support IGS programs and students.
Seating at the IGS Salon Dinner is limited. Please see below for further details. The dress code for this event is business casual. Tickets will be held at the registration table located at the first floor lobby entrance to the ballroom for pickup on the day of the event beginning at 6 pm.
In addition, the Institute will honor two award recipients. The Darius & Sarah Anderson IGS Distinguished Service Award will be given to U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, California's senior senator. The Bill & Patrice Brandt Alumni Leadership Award will be presented to Lynn D. Sweet ('73), Washington bureau chief, Chicago Sun-Times.
The event can accommodate 180 guests and seating is limited. To order tickets, or sponsor tables, please contact IGS Associate Director Marc Levin: marcl [at] berkeley.edu, 510-643-6476.
This event is being generously underwritten by Bill and Patrice Bugelas-Brandt.
View the print invitation [pdf].
View images from the event in our online album.
6:00-6:45 pm - Cocktail reception (Daniel Burnham Bar & Lounge)
6:45-7:45 pm - Talk by Senator Feinstein
7:45-9:00 pm - Dinner and awards ceremony
The Julia Morgan Ballroom is located at 465 California St. at Montgomery St. on the 15th floor of the Mercantile Exchange Building in San Francisco's Financial District.
Get directions to the event site (Google maps).
Complimentary valet parking will be available for all ticket holders.
For more information, please contact:
IGS Associate Director
jasmine.amirah [at] berkeley.edu
Senator Feinstein photo on home page by Ron Logan, EastCounty magazine.
Other Salon Gala photos copyright Mona Brooks.