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in honor of
Chairman & CEO
Amgen Inc.
Chairman & CEO
 Monday November 9 Cipriani 42, New York
Reception 6:30PM Dinner 7:30PM Black Tie


Proceeds from the Benefit Dinner go towards building the Association's Education Fund. To date, more than 95 Fellows have received awards totaling over US$2.5 million to pursue studies in critical fields - from key medical research to sustainability - at top institutions such as MIT, Harvard and Princeton.
For more information or reservations, please visit our Dinner Reservation Form or contact Diane Sinclair at (212) 338-6860 x 217 or
Dinner Announcements
On November 9, over 500 people gathered at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York for the Association's 2009 Benefit Dinner honoring Amgen CEO Kevin Sharer and Chevron CEO Dave O'Reilly >>
Dinner Chairs included Rupert Murdoch of News Corp, Andrew Liveris of Dow Chemical, James Gorman of Morgan Stanley, John Hess of Hess Corp, Peter Lowy of Westfield, Jim McNerney of Boeing and Ronald Sugar of Northrop Grumman >>
GLEE Headlined the Benefit Dinner
The new hit show GLEE from FOX headlined the Benefit Dinner, featuring a riveting performance from Amber Riley. Guests were also treated to a special pre-release of the highly anticipated GLEE soundtrack! >>
Australia's five-time Olympic Gold medalist swimmer Ian Thorpe, and GLEE's stars Cory Monteith, Dianna Agron and Amber Riley attended the Benefit Dinner. Cory and Dianna presented an American Australian Association exclusive video from GLEE and introduced Amber's show stopping live performance of Don't Make Me Over, Imagine, and Hate on Me>>
Master of Ceremonies Fox News' Rosanna Scotto
Co-host of Fox's Good Day New York, Rosanna Scotto was the Master of Ceremonies for this year's Benefit Dinner. She was also the MC for our 2007 Benefit Dinner honoring Boeing CEO Jim McNerney. The Association was thrilled to have had her paticipation again this year >>
Chevron’s AU$50 billion Gorgon LNG project in Western Australia with ExxonMobil and Shell is “Australia’s biggest single investment” said Prime Minister Rudd. The PM asserted that “this project will generate enormous wealth for Australia.” The project is expected to inject $33 billion into the Australian economy within a few years through locally purchased goods and services. Natural gas exports from the project have been anticipated to reach $300 billion >>
Amgen CEO Makes Fortune
The Association’s 2009 Benefit Dinner Honoree, Amgen CEO Kevin Sharer, was featured in Fortune magazine’s July 20, 2009 issue as part of the magazine’s C-Suite Series. In the interview, Sharer discussed Amgen’s product pipeline, health-care reform, his career and management advice, and more >>
One of the greatest Australian paintings of the 20th century, Nolan’s invention of an original and starkly simplified image for Ned Kelly – as a slotted black square atop a horse – has become a key iconography of Australia. The bushranger Ned Kelly is one of Australia's greatest folk heroes. The Association is very honored to feature this iconic painting on its 2009 Benefit Dinner Invitation courtesy of the National Gallery of Australia >>
Amgen Inc. is a leading human therapeutics company in the biotechnology industry. For nearly 30 years, the company has tapped the power of scientific discovery and innovation to advance the practice of medicine >>
Chevron is one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies, with subsidiaries that conduct business worldwide. The company’s success is driven by the ingenuity and commitment of approx 62,000 employees who operate across the energy spectrum >>



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