ASU President’s Club Hosts Holiday Dinner

200 attend event celebrating First Nations First Initiative

Memorable student stories and special performances highlighted by keynote remarks from Arizona State University President Michael M. Crow marked the President’s Club Holiday Dinner at the Westin Kierland Resort and Spa. The 200 guests at the Dec. 6 event enjoyed a cocktail reception and seated dinner.

The evening showcased ASU’s First Nations First Initiative and its commitment to the success of American Indian Tribal nations, honoring their traditions and contributions while enhancing access to a bright, fulfilling future.

Sharon and Dr. Oliver Harper serve with Amy and Derrick Hall as co-chairs of the ASU President’s Club.

PHOTOS COURTESY ASU PRESIDENT’S CLUB

John Zidich and John Misnor

Dr. Oliver Harper and Sharon Harper; Miss Indian ASU Kyla Silas

Bo Joe and Susan Berk

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