Ever wonder how successful community business leaders got to where they are today? The popular YPAL series $#*! I Wish I Knew is back – for dinner. This your chance to get real answers to those burning questions. Each month, three area business leaders will offer their insight, advice to a small group of YPAL members and guests over dinner at the Bristol Downtown.
While the discussions go many different ways, they are always candid and customized to the issues the small group is interested in. This could be anything from: How did you get to where you are today? What was the hardest thing for you to learn? What was the most important lesson you’ve learned? Was there a turning point in your life? The conversation, while geared toward business, may even touch on personal life lessons and experiences. In addition to insights and advice from business leaders, YPAL members have the opportunity to interact with and network with these top leaders.
October’s trio of business leaders includes Ashley Roberts Mast, a YPAL Past President and Assistant Vice President for Republic Bank; William Summers, a past YPAL Vice Chair for Fundraising and Senior Vice President for Central Bank; and Eric Seto, a former YPAL Director of Community Relations and current Director of Major Gifts for Norton Healthcare. As past board members for YPAL and community leaders, Ashley, William and Eric will share a brief background on their business history, reflect on specific stories and instances that defined their direction in life and speak openly about what they find important in their current role, their industry, their future and their past.
Save your seat at the table by registering today.
$#*! I Wish I Knew
October 29, 2013
Networking: 5:30 p.m.
Event: 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Bristol Bar & Grille- Downtown
614 W. Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202
Tickets are $35 for YPAL members and non-members and include a three course meal. Registration ends October 28, 2013. Visit YPAL.org for more information. This event is sponsored by PNC Bank and Northwestern Mutual.