3rd Annual Chapman Center for Citizen Leadership Benefit Luncheon

Featuring Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers
Past Event August 30, 2016 Seattle, WA
Registration is now closed. Limited tickets are available at the door.

We invite you to join friends and supporters of Discovery Institute at 12 PM on Tuesday, August 30 for the 3rd annual luncheon to benefit Discovery Institute’s Chapman Center for Citizen Leadership. The luncheon will feature a keynote by Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers.

A rising star in American politics, Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers is Chair of the House Republican Conference, the fourth highest-ranking Republican in the House, and the highest ranking woman in Congress. Since first being elected to the House in 2004, she has earned the trust of her constituents and praise on Capitol Hill for her hard work, conservative principles, bipartisan outreach, and leadership. As someone who grew up on a farm, worked at her family’s small business, and later became a wife and mom of three, she has lived the American Dream, and works every day to rebuild that Dream for our children and grandchildren.

Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers will reflect on her 20+ years of public service and political leadership, sharing with our audience the important lessons she’s learned along the way, as well as her vision and optimism for the future of our country.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

The Crowne Plaza Hotel
Evergreen Ballroom
1113 6th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

Cost: $50

To request the vegetarian lunch option, email Tessa at trath@discovery.org.

Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

Recommended parking: The Olympic Garage, 415 Seneca St, at 5th & Seneca.
Valet parking only is available at the Crowne Plaza Hotel for $16.

If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities, please contact Tessa Rath at trath@discovery.org or 206-292-0401 x123.

The Chapman Center for Citizen Leadership enables young leaders to consider the foundational ideas of leadership in a free society by connecting them with mentors and fellow young leaders through seminars, lectures, and fellowship programs. Our goal is to develop the next generation of public and private sector leaders, in the spirit of collegiality and non-partisan cooperation. Led by Washington State Representative Hans Zeiger, the program is designed to foster young leaders in the fields of business, politics, law, education, media, the arts, and religion who want to be involved in a lifetime of service to their communities. The Chapman Center hosts public events throughout the year (as part of its Gorton Lecture Series), and private quarterly events (the Discovery Leadership Roundtable) for a select group of young professionals chosen through an application process.