Hi everyone! It's Wednesday and it's time for Out of the Box. Let's see what's going on for some of our favorite CNNers while they're moonlighting. Also, my thanks to Julie for her hard work in finding these tidbits!
What's going on with James Carville?
-James and his lovely wife Mary Matlin are speaking at the Mississippi State University’s College of Business Leadership Summit tonight. According to the Clarion Ledger, "The MSU summit, which began this morning, aims to bring together business, government, education and economic development leaders to examine the state and regional economy and to learn about innovative business ideas. " Find out more here.
-James is headed down to Mickey town (Orlando) in 2010 for the GlobalOptions Group’s 2010 Executive Forum. According to their website, "The annual event is designed to provide a platform for discussion and provide the opportunity to propose solutions for a variety of security and risk issues facing organizations doing business in the U.S. and abroad." The annual event takes place March 3-5th. Check out the press release for the event on their site.
Ali Velshi, superman, continues his trot around the country....
- From the a press report, "Ali Velshi will serve as the keynote speaker for the Saint Peter’s College 38th Annual Regents Business Symposium. Taking place on Friday, November 6, 2009 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Jersey City on the Hudson, the forum is designed to inform and discuss current events in business and politics. The topic, “Restoring Confidence: From Crisis to Recovery,” will be addressed by three additional business leaders." Read more of the press report here.
(On a side note: It mentioned in the press release that Ali was born in Kenya. Interesting tidbit!)
Alina Cho looking sexy!
-On Sept. 22 Alina attended the 10th annual New Yorkers for Children Fall Gala. Here's a picture taken by Life.
Candy Crowley invades the "Gerg's" territory.
-Ms. Crowley spoke at the Kennedy School of Government's brown-bag speaker series on Sept. 22. She kicked off the series with her conversation on "Obama: Down to the Nitty-Gritty". To read more about her talk visit the Harvard website. (And may I say she's been looking great!)