An evening with Jonathan Stone, HBS '84, Executive Director of Save The Bay

cordially invites you to

An evening with Jonathan Stone, HBS ’84, May 20th

“Setting the Course for Save The Bay”

Rising seas, increasing temperatures and flooding rivers mean new challenges


  …for an organization that has championed environmental protection, restoration and stewardship for Narragansett Bay for 40 years.  In the year and a half since taking the helm, Jonathan Stone has charted a fresh course, and will talk about the experience of assuming the leadership of Save The Bay at such a pivotal time.  Save The Bay, like non-profit and environmental organizations everywhere, must use new tools and garner new resources to carry out its mission, especially in times of crisis like the recent flood – the worst Rhode Island has seen in over 100 years.

Jonathan, 51, became Save The Bay’s fourth Executive Director in January of 2009.  Prior to joining Save The Bay, he was managing director and co-founder of Boston-based Lee Munder Capital Group where he helped to build a premier investment management business (his areas of expertise included alternative energy development). He served previously as CFO of Transtrack, Inc., a Massachusetts communications company.  Stone is a Brown University graduate who holds an MBA from Harvard University.

Please join us on Thursday, May 20, 2010 At the Save The Bay Center, Providence, RI

5:30 – 6:30  Cocktails overlooking the Bay at Sunset
6:30 – 8:30  Dinner and Speaker

Please RSVP by May 16th.

Click here to buy tickets!!!

Or print notice and send with a check to HBSA-SNE Event Chair, Jane Austin,
Save The Bay, 100 Save The Bay Drive, Providence, RI 02905
For further information, please call Event Chair, Jane Austin at 01-272-3540 x123

For directions to the Save The Bay Center, please click here .


# Attending 

Amt Due

 Alum:                                                                           Annual Dues Required for HBS
alums – please sign up online,
or pay at the door $45
 Guests:                                                                   Other Guests and SPNM grads
    Cocktails, cash bar    
    Dinner $45 per person     $
    Total Amount Due    $