Diversity Affluence made magic happen again in the Hamptons during the 5th Annual Diversity Affluence Brunch. Founder and CEO, Andrea Hoffman curated an elite group of Royaltons™, multicultural affluent consumers, business influencers & innovators, at Harlow East in Sag Harbor, NY (formerly B. Smith’s). The brunch celebrated 5 individuals who are examples of what’s possible for current and future generations. “This year’s theme, Unsung Leaders in Technology, Innovation and Social Impact is among my firms new efforts to bring awareness to these accomplished but under the radar high impact leaders” explains Hoffman.
This year’s honorees reflected the changing face from board seats to the C-Suite. They included: Professor James I. Cash Ph.D.–James E. Robison Professor & Sr. Associate Dean, Emeritus Harvard Business School (board member of GE, Walmart, Chubb and former Microsoft board member), Marian Croak PhD – SVP of AT&T (holds 180 technology patents), Chinedu Echeruo–Inventor of HopStop (sold to Apple), well as Freada Kapor Klein PhD of Level Playing Field Institute, and Mitch Kapor of Kapor Capital (Creator of Lotus 1-2-3).
On May 30th, fifteen distinguished women gathered in New York City for the Diversity Affluence Secret Supper Club.
This gathering, in partnership with Amethyst Entertainment, was to help launch the inaugural Women with Purpose Global Summit taking place in St. Martin/St. Maarten from June 18th – 22nd. Read The Rest
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