The Georgetown Legacy Society invites you to a complimentary estate planning program designed to help you preserve and protect wealth for your loved ones, instill important values, and achieve your charitable objectives – while avoiding common mistakes and worrisome pitfalls. Susan Sheehan Oldham (L'85, L'90) and Brian Della Rocca (L’09) will present effective techniques for reducing risks and minimizing hassles, expenses and taxes. Their presentation will highlight helpful tips for avoiding family conflicts and explain today's special need for estate planning with flexibility to respond to potential changes in tax laws.
Full breakfast will be served starting at 8:00 am; presentation to begin at 8:30 am.
Public trust in both politics and the press is at a historic low. "The media" is increasingly being seen as less of the independent arbiter of fact that it once was, and is now viewed (rightfully or wrongfully) as a player in our political system. Has the prolifieration of digital media, partisan news outlets, "fake news," and "alternative facts" not only amplified the divide between politicians and the press, but exacerbated our politically polarized society overall? What can political leaders, journalists, and digital media companies do to bridge the divide -- and what will it take to regain the public's trust in both sides?
Co-sponsored by the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service (GU Politics) at the McCourt School of Public Policy
Celebrate Dental Reunion at the beautiful Columbia Country Club. The 2017 Georgetown University School of Dentistry Alumni and Faculty Distinguished Service Award and Gustav O. Kruger Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented during dinner.
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