Leaders to Legends Dean's Breakfast Series
Leaders to Legends Breakfast Lecture Series

At the UW Foster School of Business, we teach and practice leadership every day. Alumni, students, faculty and the greater Foster community have access to local, regional, and world-renowned leaders who shape the way we do business.

The Leaders to Legends Breakfast Lecture Series spotlights leaders from various industries. Alumni: Continue your business education. Students: Discover new possibilities. A Q&A session will follow each lecture.

2014-2015 Lectures

Wednesday, October 29
Simon Woods, Seattle Symphony Executive Director

Wednesday, November 19
Scott Di Valerio, Outerwall CEO

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Alumni and public: $10 at door - check, cash or credit card | RSVP online

UW faculty, staff and students:
No charge | RSVP online

Questions? Please contact Corinne Goellnitz at 206.221.5749.
WHEN: 7:15 a.m. continental breakfast & espresso begins
8:10 to 9 a.m. presentation

WHERE: UW Seattle campus, Dempsey Hall 3rd floor, Anthony's Forum. Parking is available in lot N5, which can be accessed from the main campus entrance at 17th Ave NE and N 45th St.
Save the Date: Oct. 29
Join us for a Leaders to Legends Breakfast with guest speaker Simon Woods, Executive Director of the Seattle Symphony. Before moving to the Pacific Northwest, Woods served in leadership positions for orchestras in the UK, New Jersey and Phladelphia.
Save the Date: Nov. 19
Join us for a Leaders to Legends Breakfast with guest speaker Scott Di Valerio, CEO of Outerwall. Prior to Outerwall, Di Valerio held senior positions at Microsoft and The Walt Disney Company.