rfcc




The Roaring Fork Cultural Council
A Thunder River Theatre Company Program




The Roaring Fork Cultural Council
Presents

Dr. Marilyn Tam

Diversity: How to Reap the Rich Harvest of Culture, Creativity and Community
Learning how to benefit from diversity and to be a leader in a more diverse and global world is a challenge and an opportunity. Embracing and leveraging diversity is the only way to prosper and grow in the 21st century.


Joining Marilyn will be the world renowned cellist Michael Fitzpatrick
Saturday, June 7 at 7 p.m.

Marilyn Tam, Ph.D. is a Speaker, Author, Consultant, Board Certified Executive/Corporate/Leadership Coach,
and Founder and Executive Director of Us Foundation. She was formerly the CEO of Aveda Corp.,
President of Reebok Apparel and Retail Group; Vice President of Nike Inc.
and also a successful entrepreneur who has developed and built four companies.

Read More About Marilyn



The main purpose and mission of the council’s events is to make an affordable,
lovely opportunity for all the people in the Roaring Fork Valley.
I hope it will last into the future, long after I’m gone, to enrich and benefit our lives.
I’ve always had a dream about using the Thunder River Theater Company
to have some presenters of distinction come and talk about cultural, political,
ecological and all kinds of issues that we want to know about … and some we
ought to know about.
– Jim Calaway

Jim Calaway has been involved with the Aspen Institute for over 30 years. He is currently the Chairman of the Institute’s Lifetime Trustees. In 2004, Jim created the Jim Calaway Charitable Trust that benefits several local entities that are dear to him – the Colorado Animal Rescue, Colorado Mountain College, the Aspen Music Festival and School, the Aspen Institute, Habitat for Humanity, and Thunder River Theatre Company.

His local philanthropy reaches from one end of the valley to the other: The new Young / Calaway Cancer Center at Valley View Hospital, a Founder on TRTC's Black Box Theatre, the Connie and Jim Calaway Academic Building at CMC Spring Valley, the Third Street Center, to name just a few of his "pet" projects.


RFCC'S ANNUAL PATRONS - 2014

Connie & Jim Calaway * Peggy DeVilbiss * Kathy & Dr. Greg Feinsinger * Marcia & Donald Flaks * Jeanette & Scott Gilbert * Karen & Steven Hessl
Randi Lowenthal * Donna & Geno Rossetti * Nancy Sheffield & Jeff Steck * Eric Smith * Pat and Jim Waddick * Charlotte & Dr. William Zilm




Recent Guests for the RFCC





* *Madeleine Albright * * *Thomas Friedman * * * Amb. Henry Catto * * * *Dr. Kirk Johnson* * * * Sen. Gary Hart* * * * *Amb. Chris Hill


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