Tim Sanders, former Yahoo! executive and New York Times bestselling author, is coming to Valparaiso University on March 13 to speak at an annual dinner event for Frontline Foundations, Inc.
Sanders is the author of four books, including the New York Times and global bestseller Love is the Killer App: How to Win Business & Influence Friends. Working with renowned entrepreneurs such as Mark Cuban and featured in publications including Time magazine and The Wall Street Journal, Sanders is also a strategic consultant known for inspiring communities and global businesses to action by placing emphasis on the value of people.
Frontline Foundations, Inc. is a non-profit substance abuse treatment center with offices in Valparaiso and Chesterton that exclusively treats young adults.
“Frontline is honored to have Mr. Sanders share his brand of contagious compassion that has inspired Fortune 500 companies and community leaders across the world,” Frontline Development Director Derek Frazier said. “His personal life and emergence from adversity into remarkable achievement is certain to inspire.”
“In One Accord reflects our theme of hope and recovery. Addiction does not have to be a life sentence,” said Frazier.
Dinner tickets and sponsorships for the event benefit Frontline substance abuse treatment scholarships. Tickets for the dinner are $40 each or if purchasing an entire table seating eight, the tickets are $35. The opportunity to sponsor a table is $750 that includes tickets for a table of 8, a table display acknowledgement, and name on the welcome registration banner.
The dinner is at 6pm on Thursday, March 13 at Valparaiso University in the ballroom of the Harre Student Union. The RSVP deadline is Friday, February 14. To purchase tickets or sponsorships, go to www.FrontlineFoundations.com/Donate or contact Frontline Development Director Derek Frazier at (219) 728-1638