Registration is open for the 26th Annual Breakfast of Champions!
Known as the foremost event of its kind, we invite you to be part of our awesome community of 750+ business and community leaders, elected officials, and environmental philanthropists as we share breakfast and learn from conservation movement leaders. Always an inspiring morning, and critical to funding our work, we hope to see you on Oct. 11th.
REGISTER HERE to get your tickets and tables!
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Table Captain Info
Each year we are honored to have a committed group of supporters share WCV’s work with their networks by filling tables with enthusiastic, generous, and influential community members. We depend on this tremendous support to grow our community and extend our reach.
If you are interested in filling a table of 10 with your friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues, please sign up HERE or contact Shelby Iseler at (206) 631-2612 for more information. Not sure if you can recruit 10 guests? Partner with a friend or colleague to fill five seats each and bring your circles together!
Put your company or organization in front of our audience of over 750 decision makers and environmental political leaders by becoming a Breakfast of Champions sponsor. Extending your reach beyond the event, you’ll be highlighted in our event communications seen by our electronic mailing list of 24,000+ both before and after the event.
Sponsorship levels and benefits can be found HERE. Contact Business Relations and Events Manager Tina Montgomery at (206) 631-2608 to discuss partnering with WCV to promote your company’s values and reputation, while also giving essential support to move our work forward.
REGISTER HERE to sponsor the event!
Guest Speaker: Van Jones
Van Jones is President & Founder of the nonprofit, Dream Corps — a justice incubator that houses the following initiatives: #cut50, #YesWeCode, #GreenForAll, and #LoveArmy. All with the overarching goal to create innovative solutions that “close prison doors and open doors of opportunity.” Van has also led a number of other social and environmental justice enterprises, including The Ella Baker Center for Human Rights and Color of Change. A Yale-educated attorney, Van has written three New York Times Bestsellers: The Green Collar Economy, the definitive book on green jobs; Rebuild the Dream, a roadmap for progressives; and most recently, Beyond the Messy Truth: How We Came apart, How We Come Together.
In 2009, Van worked as the green jobs advisor to the Obama White House. There, he helped run the inter-agency process that oversaw $80 billion in green energy recovery spending. He has earned many honors, including the World Economic Forum’s “Young Global Leader” designation, Rolling Stone’s 12 Leaders Who Get Things Done, Fast Company’s 12 Most Creative Minds On Earth, a Webby Special Achievement Award and Time’s 100 Most Influential People in the World. He is a correspondent for CNN and regular guest on political talk shows.
Date, Time, & Location
Thursday, October 11th
The Westin in downtown Seattle
1900 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101
For all event inquiries, please contact:
Shelby Iseler, Development and Events Associate