JA Business Hall of Fame
JA Northern California Business Hall of Fame - Centennial Gala
JA's signature fundraising gala celebrates its 32nd year of honoring the most innovative and inspiring business leaders of the San Francisco Bay Area!
Arrive to the cocktail reception designed for networking and bid on one of many fun and adventurous silent auction items. Enjoy a gourmet dinner while being entertained by the Laureates and their award presentation ceremony.
About the 32nd Annual Business Hall of Fame
In recognition and celebration of the power of business, we invite you to be part of the 32nd Anniversary Business Hall of Fame: an annual induction ceremony honoring outstanding business leaders and entrepreneurs who have made a significant contribution to the economic and social development of the Bay Area.
Networking Cocktail Receptions
Come mix and mingle with over 300 of the Bay Area's top executives, philanthropic leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators during our opening cocktail reception and silent auction. Network among our esteemed past Laureate Honorees, supporting company sponsors, and JA Student Alumni.
The evening ‘s program will inspire active participation in shaping the future of our community as we shine a deserving spotlight on our JA Student Alumni by sharing how their lives have been impacted by our community of volunteers and educational programming. We'll learn important lessons from our Laureates honorees, as they discuss their career success and path to the Board Room. Guests are sure to leave uplifted, energized and empowered for the future. JA is paving the path for the next generation workforce by paying tribute to our community business leaders of today.
For more information, please contact us at 925 465-1068 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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