Wednesday, April 6, 2022

GREAT CONVERSATIONS: We're Saving the World, One Conversationalist at a Time!




WHEN: Wednesday, April 27 | 6:00PM – 9:30PM

WHERE: Birchwood Manor, Whippany NJ

Reception, Dinner and Conversations with Celebrated Hosts

Great Conversations allows you the opportunity to actually talk and engage, in a small group setting, with a prominent individual from our community. Learn about these distinguished people their work, insights and the experiences that shaped their lives at the best dinner party of the year! See who's joining us. Seats are assigned first come-first serve, so choose your host early.



We're Saving the World, One Conversationalist at a Time!


Below are some Conversationalists who are changemakers working to save the world through social justice initiatives or environment improvements to sustain the planet. They will inspire you with their commitment, compassion and courage to do the right thing.





Transformational community leader and pastor at the Bethel Church, Rev. Dr. Sidney Williams, Jr. believes that Great Conversations are needed to change the world. Here he personally invites you to join him for one.




Believing in the gift of second chances, former NJ governor invites you to join him as he fills you in about his second act as Chairman of the NJ Reentry Corporation.





Concerned about climate change? Worried about this crazy weather? Talk with the CEO of Climate Central, Dr. Ben Strauss who leads scientists and journalists researching and reporting facts about our changing climate and its impact on us.



Find out how Armond Kinsey, the first Chief Diversity Officer at Atlantic Health, is making a real difference in healthcare by leading a transformational agenda to infuse diversity and inclusion throughout the organization.



Meet the musical mayor of Mt. Arlington – who, as a former musical director on cruise ships, opened for such bands as Santana, The Kinks and Hall & Oates.

Find out here what Mike thinks is the best part of his job at the Chamber.



Not only does it “take a village”, but you also need to ‘Empower the Village”, which is what Ayo Sanderson Wilson is doing with her nonprofit focused on restoring prosperity, peace and power to the Black community.



For more information or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Gina Moran, Director of Development.

We look forward to seeing you soon!