Published on: September 24, 2017
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
On the evening of Monday November 27th, join us for conversation and cocktails with award-winning journalist, editor and author Tina Brown, and Indigo’s CEO Heather Reisman.
Hear from Tina Brown about her eight-year tenure at Vanity Fair, her journey to the top as a woman in a male-dominated industry, her scoops on Hollywood and A-list celebrities and her personal life with her husband and two children.
Enjoy cocktails and canapés, a partial book reading and fireside chat, with Tina addressing the issues attendees want to hear most. Guests will receive an autographed copy of The Vanity Fair Diaries and have an opportunity to personally thank Tina for sharing her fascinating experiences.
The Omni King Edward Hotel, 37 King Street East, Toronto | 6:30 pm
Evening made possible by:
CIBC, Indigo, Omni King Edward Hotel, Sutton Special Risk & Crowe Soberman LLP
Tickets now available at FromHerLips2017
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