Bono, a Nobel Peace Prize nominee and recent Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, will speak on ?The Future in Front of Us: Living a More Involved Life? at the Washington Hilton & Towers on February 3, 2006.
As an award-winning lead singer and front man for U2, one of the most successful and highly regarded rock bands in history, Bono uses his immense popularity and influence to draw attention to the crises of poverty worldwide and HIV/AIDS in Africa. Gaining access to the world?s most powerful politicians he has almost single handedly drawn public attention to debt burdens in the poorest of countries, helping to get wealthier nations to forgive billions of dollars of debt. He also works tirelessly to build greater worldwide response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic facing Africa.
Join this legendary rocker and extraordinary activist for a powerful evening focused on the impact one can have by choosing to live a more purposeful life.
A limited amount of individual tickets are available for this event. For more information, visit http://www.centeronline.org/SpeakersSeries or call (202) 326-9530.
This event is presented by ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership as part of the 2005-2006 Nation's Capital Distinguished Speakers Series.
Added by alvenable on November 29, 2005