9th Annual Inner Circle of Twelve Luncheon
Benefits American Cancer Society Miami
Friday, October 14, 2016, at 11 a.m.
JW Marriott Marquis Miami
255 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Downtown Miami
305-779-2879 (Karla Pascua)
2016 Inner Circle Luncheon
On Friday, October 14, 2016, over five hundred people will join the American Cancer Society at the JW Marriott Marquis to honor local philanthropists for their commitment to our community at the Ninth Annual Inner Circle of Twelve Luncheon and Fashion Show.
The Inner Circle of Twelve Luncheon recognizes twelve outstanding women for their leadership, volunteerism, community involvement and dedication to the American Cancer Society’s mission. This year’s honorees are: Lesli Brown, Ana Hernandez, Elsie Howard, Carol Iacovelli, Cristina Isabel Mas, Jacquelyn Munilla, Aura Reinhardt, Silvia Trinidad, Nicole Valls, Maggie Villacampa, Dr. Diane Walder, Dr. Grace Wang and Philanthropic Chair Cathy Jones. The American Cancer Society will also have in attendance the very prominent Dr. Felicia Knaul as the event’s guest survivor speaker.
Neiman Marcus Coral Gables will present “The Best of Neiman’s,” the latest Fall 2016 fashion trends. And guests will have the opportunity to bid on the silent auction which will feature everything from jewelry and accessories, fashion, hotel stays, spa packages, and much more.
This year’s event Chairs include: Remedios Diaz-Oliver, Brenda Nestor Castellano, Sonia Gibson, Lilliam S. Machado, James “Jim” Murphy, and Dorothy St. Jean. Auction Chairs: Yury Rossi and Linda Levy Goldberg, and Program Book Chairs: Raquel Kaufler and Maribel Alvarado. This year’s event is certain to be Miami’s luncheon of the year.
Tickets for the Inner Circle of Twelve Luncheon and Fashion Show are $250 per person. For information about tickets or sponsorships, please contact Karla Pascua, Sr. Development Manager, Distinguished Events, at 305-779-2879 or by email Karla.Pascua@Cancer.org.
About American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society was founded in 1913 as the American Society for the Control of Cancer (ASCC) by 15 prominent physicians and business leaders in New York City. At that time, a cancer diagnosis amounted to near certain death. Rarely mentioned in public, this taboo disease was steeped in fear and denial. Physicians sometimes did not tell their patients they had cancer, and patients often did not tell their friends and families if they had been diagnosed. Now – the American Cancer Society is a nationwide community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service.
Each year, an estimated 11,323 people in our area and more than 100,000 people across Florida will be diagnosed with cancer. The American Cancer Society is the one place they can turn to 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Learn more by visiting www.Cancer.org.