Tomorrow Night: Philanthropic Strategies for Saving Innovation

By Benita on January 22, 2014//Leave a comment

Sponsored by The Hartford Group


Cost: $10


About the Program:

– 1 hour General Participatory MCLE credit.


In partnership with The Hartford Group, we offer this special program for financial/legal/tax advisors, foundations, high net worth individuals, and people interested in university research and innovation to address a smarter way to develop a philanthropic strategy to support US competitiveness.


“University research addresses every aspect of our everyday lives by leading to technological innovations, life-saving vaccines, lasers, MRI, touchscreens, GPS, and the Internet, to name a few. Due to the economic state, there has been a significant reduction of funding for university research which creates an innovation deficit. We need to figure out a way to contribute, now more than ever, so that the US does not fall behind in innovation,” said Christian Nielsen Braemer, CEO & CoFounder, Pushing Innovation.


To learn more, we invite you to join us tomorrow night for a glass of wine, light appetizers and a thought-provoking discussion led by a panel of experts:



–  Christian Nielsen Braemer, CEO & CoFounder, Pushing Innovation

–  Sandra A. Brown, Vice Chancellor for Research at UC San Diego

–  Carmen Bianchi, Family Business Consultant at Carmen Bianchi Family Business Associates



–  Charles Hartford, Financial Advisor at The Hartford Group


Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Time: 5-7 p.m.

Location: Downtown Location

Register online


About Cancellations:

To cancel your registration, please call (619) 531-3900. To receive a refund, you must notify us 72 hours in advance. Refunds may take up to 2 weeks to process.

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  1. Sylvia Santos

    Hi. I want to register for one of the law library’s classes: Estate Planning & Financial Security–Lessons from the Housing Crisis, on 3/26/14; however, there is no access to registering for any of these classes.

    • Isabel

      I’m glad you decided to take this class. You can register online for this class at Or call (619) 531-3900 to pay over the phone and have a librarian sign you up.

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