is pleased to invite you to a luncheon with special guest
The Honorable Claudine Schneider
She will speak to the Club on:
Personal and corporate responsibility facing the twin existential threats of our time: Democracy & Climate.
Join us as we welcome esteemed former U.S. Congresswoman, The Honorable Claudine Schneider who will share her expert views on individual and corporate accountability in tackling the dual existential challenges of Democracy and Climate.
Owing to the profound knowledge and wealth of experience that our guest of honor brings with her, this luncheon promises to provide a thought-provoking discourse on the pivotal role both individuals and corporations play in navigating the complexities of the contemporary world today.
Don't miss this opportunity to engage with a seasoned leader and advocate for positive change - register now!
Perusing the impressive biography of The Honorable Claudine Schneider serves as a true testament to a multifaceted individual who has donned various roles throughout her career, revealing an extraordinary spectrum of skills and passions. As a policymaker, she made a significant impact by introducing the first and only revenue-neutral Global Warming Prevention Act, laying out a comprehensive climate roadmap for the U.S. Her dedication to global issues extended to the realm of media, where she earned an Emmy for her efforts to thaw the Cold War through the creation of a five-part series, Capitol to Capitol with the Soviets.
Transitioning seamlessly into the business world, she played a vital role in steering Costa Rica towards becoming one of only five nearly carbon-neutral countries globally. In her capacity as a consultant, she successfully enlisted 50 corporations to join the fight against climate change, directing $12M into ESG funds to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Beyond the boardroom, she embraces activism as a means to safeguard democracy and promote a sustainable and livable planet.
And adding yet another layer to her diverse skill set, The Honorable Claudine Schneider has also ventured into the world of jewelry, creating artifact-laden necklaces that not only demonstrate her artistic prowess but also earned her exhibitions at prestigious venues like the National Museum of Women in the Arts (D.C.) and numerous galleries across the U.S. Her pursuits, however, have not been confined to professional spheres alone; as a world traveler and ardent lover of beauty, dance, and the arts, she brings a rich tapestry of experiences and passions to her life's journey.
Monday, December 4th, 2023
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Cercle de l'Union Interalliée
33, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
And to learn more about The Honorable Claudine Schneider ahead of our event, we invite you to visit her website and read up on her extensive and impressive Climate Resume
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Jeans and sports shoes are not permitted.
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