48th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Brotherhood Breakfast

 

You are cordially invited to the 48th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Brotherhood Breakfast on January 18, 2019. This year promises to be an inspiring event that honors the legacy of Dr. King.

Our keynote speaker and Human Dignity Award Recipient is Dr. Alfred E. Osborne, Jr., Interim Dean of UCLA Anderson School of Management. Osborne is also the founder and faculty director of the Harold and Pauline Price Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation. Since 1972 Osborne has led and inspired business students at UCLA, and has worked vigorously to advance leadership and social entrepreneurism within the most disadvantaged communities. His goal has been to make all members of the community feel positive, valued and inspired to be part of Anderson’s broader commitment to knowledge creation, enlightened education and purposeful action. He has also lent his voice and unique perspective as a director on countless boards including Kaiser Aluminum, Wedbush Inc., and The Times Mirror Company, among others. His nonprofit affiliations include serving as a trustee of the Geffen Academy of UCLA, Fidelity Charitable, the Harvard Westlake School, and the Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation.

Our Brotherhood Award Honoree is Renata Simril, President and CEO of the LA84 Foundation. Simril is an accomplished civic and private sector trailblazer with more than 20 years of diversified experience with a commitment to leadership and service. She most recently served as Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff to the Publisher of the Los Angeles Times, where she oversaw staff operations and special projects. Her earlier career included three seasons with the Los Angeles Dodgers, where she served as Senior Vice President of External Affairs. Simril is active in the community outside of LA84 Foundation, currently serving on the Boards of United Way of Greater Los Angeles; LA 2028 Olympic Bid Committee; Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission and the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation.

We hope everyone can attend this special event honoring Dr. King’s legacy of justice and equality, as well as the community leaders who exemplify Dr. King’s core values and promote social responsibility.

The invitation is embedded below. Everyone is enthusiastically encouraged to attend and purchase a table. Please RSVP to Wendy Menchaca at [email protected] or at 213 351 2205.

We look forward to seeing you all there. Thank you.


 

Al Osbourne

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Human Dignity Award Recipient

Alfred E. Osborne, Jr.

Alfred E. Osborne, Jr., is interim dean of UCLA Anderson School of Management, overseeing the institution’s primary objectives to conduct essential research, educate students and serve the community. Previously, he served as senior associate dean, with oversight of a variety of key initiatives for the school, including resource development, alumni relations, corporate initiatives and executive education.   Read more...

 

 


 

Renata Simril

Brotherhood Award Recipient 

Renata Simril

Ms. Simril is an accomplished civic and private sector trailblazer with more than 20 years of diversified experience with a commitment to leadership and service. She most recently served as Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff to the Publisher of the Los Angeles Times, where she oversaw staff operations and special projects.   Read more...