Net IP’s goal is to develop and engage a cohesive network of professionals to benefit the community in areas of business, philanthropy, political and cultural awareness.
Net IP has 23 chapters across North America with 60% of Net IP members having graduate or professional degrees and over 35% work for Fortune 1000 companies.
14, 2016: After a successful premiere in the United States this past fall with sold out performances in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, Actor / Comedian Vir Das will return to North America in early 2016 with his brand new UNBELIEVABLE TOUR.
The North America Tour will consist of 6 cities: San Jose, Vancouver, Tempe, Ontario, Washington DC and Chicago with a total of 23 shows in the months of February and March.
This 3 day event was hosted in New York City at the iconic Marriot Marquis hotel in the heart of Times Square.
For the first time organizations such as AAPI NYC Metro, SABA NYC, SAJA, TIE and SAALT have worked together on such a large platform.
At the October 3 celebration, the aquarium also presented its Paul Walker Youth Award to 17-year-old high school student Katie Ridgeway of Monterey, a Teen Conservation Leader and volunteer at the aquarium.
It's an honor to be supporting her and the Monterey Bay Aquarium's teen program.” On behalf of The Paul Walker Foundation, Birtell presented a scholarship check to Ridgeway and a contribution to the nonprofit aquarium for its Ocean Education and Leadership Center.
“Ocean conservation plays a central role in Anjali’s life, as it did for Paul Walker,” said Julie Packard.
She began her performing career after earning a marine science degree from UC-Berkeley.
At the same time, she founded Jaws & Paws, a marine and wildlife conservation nonprofit that campaigns for protection of sharks, sea turtles, polar bears and tigers.