Join us for an exclusive evening this summer with famous CEO, author and whistleblower, Michael Woodford at one of London's premiere private residences, Bridgewater House. Michael became the first non-Japanese president and CEO of the Olympus Corporation in 2011, but soon uncovered and exposed a $1.7 billion accounting fraud. He has been awarded an MBE for his work in enhancing road safety and was voted "Businessperson of the Year" in 2011 by three British newspapers. Having visited Galapagos with his family, Michael said:
"The Galapagos is a remarkable place; a reminder of how the natural world once was. It is a part of our planet worth working hard to conserve and I am delighted that through speaking on behalf of the Galapagos Conservation Trust at the Bridgewater House event, I am able to contribute to this end"
We are thrilled to be hosting such an inspirational speaker in this stunning Victorian mansion overlooking Green Park. This black-tie fundraising event will include a drinks reception and dinner in the beautifully restored Great Hall; a captivating speech by Michael Woodford, who will share his insights from the Olympus scandal; and an auction led by the Honourable Simon Carr.
Tickets are priced at £200 for individual supporters and £250 for corporate supporters (prices vary due to GiftAid regulations).
For more information or to book your tickets, please contact the GCT office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 020 7399 7440.