19 March 2018
We are excited to announce details for the WSO’s second Hall of Fame Night set for Saturday, April 14 at the Pettit National Ice Center.
Beginning at 5:30, guests will be treated to a wine reception featuring wines from Merchants Di Vini, Frank Mirenda and Son. We’ll have a dinner at 6:30 pm with chicken parmigiana.
Our main program will begin at 6:45 pm with keynote speaker Alex Lasry, VIce President, Milwaukee Bucks to share some thoughts about his organization and the value of being active.
We’ll be honoring over 150 athletes for:
All of the current WSO Hall of Fame alumni will be invited to help us welcome the 2018 newest members be inducted into the WSO Hall of Fame.
We’ll be recognizing all first-time athletes as well as those athletes who attended the 2017 National Senior Games in Birmingham, Alabama last June.
Lastly, we wish to recognize the newest Emeritus members of our Board of Directors.
Please check out our 2018 Hall of Fame List of Honorees. . . we have made every effort to have the list be as accurate as possible. If you do find an error, please let us know as soon as possible!
CLICK HERE TO SEE 2018 HALL OF FAME LIST OF HONOREES - Please contact Mollie at mollieb@wiseniorolympics if you see a needed correction.
TIckets are $30 each or two for $50.
Alex Lasry currently serves as Senior Vice President for the Milwaukee Bucks, where he directs the team’s digital marketing efforts and leads the company’s development initiatives. Alex was instrumental in the Bucks rebrand and the historic public-private partnership for a new arena and 30-acre development project in downtown Milwaukee. Additionally, he’s part of the Management Committee that oversees the organization’s strategic growth
Prior to joining the Bucks, Alex worked at the White House as the Deputy Counselor for Strategic Engagement, where he served as a top aide to the Senior Advisor to the President, Valerie Jarrett. He also served as a staff member for the President’s Jobs Council and the White House business outreach team. Before the White House, he worked as an analyst for Goldman Sachs, with a focus on legislative issues such as Dodd-Frank and advised the company on the regulatory environment.
Alex was born and raised in New York, but currently resides in Milwaukee. He serves on the boards of the Marcus Center for Performing Arts, Milwaukee Film Festival and Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Milwaukee. He graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and recently received his MBA from the NYU Leonard N. Stern School of Business.
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