Join Jennifer Siebel Newsom and
The Representation Project for the
2018 Flip the Script Benefit
Celebrating New Models of Manhood
Tuesday, November 13
The Chapel, 777 Valencia Street, San Francisco
Always an evening of fun, celebration, and inspiration, our annual Flip the Script Benefit fundraiser brings together a community of thought leaders, young people, and dedicated supporters working to "flip the script" on limiting gender stereotypes so everyone can fulfill their human potential.
An engaging panel discussion led by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, conversations, buffet-style dinner, cocktails, and mingling among celebrities, scholars, and youth leaders throughout the night are just part of what makes The Representation Project's Flip the Script Benefit an unforgettable experience every year.
This year’s benefit will be a special one - bringing to the stage male leaders who are changing gender norms in business, sports, and media. Our panel will feature youth advocate, mentor, and nonprofit executive director Ashanti Branch; sociologist Ian Breckenridge-Jackson; and venture capitalist Mitch Kapor.
This will be a night to remember and we hope you will join us!
VIP registration & reception with featured speakers
General registration & reception, followed by panel discussion and auction
Mix, mingle, and dine on a gourmet buffet dinner and hosted bar at The Curio (next door to The Chapel)
Flip The Script Host Committee
Chairs: Mollie Ricker & David T. ibnAle
Denise Bradley-Tyson & Bernard J. Tyson
Laura & John Fisher
Lyn & Norman Lear
Nicola Miner & Robert Mailer Anderson
Kendra & Erik Ragatz
Caitlin & Gavin Turner
Thank you to our generous sponsors:
Kendra & Erik Ragatz
Mollie Ricker & David ibnAle
Suzanne & J.T. Crandall
Joanna Rees & John Hamm
Using film and media as catalysts for cultural transformation, The Representation Project inspires individuals and communities to challenge and overcome limiting stereotypes so that everyone - regardless of gender, race, class, age, religion, sexual orientation, ability, or circumstance - can fulfill their human potential.
Nathan Ballard | Susan Boster | Brandon Hernandez | Elizabeth Hirsh Naftali | Ann O'Leary | Eve O'Toole | Joanna Rees | Mollie Ricker | Brenda Robinson