Leadership Breakfast Series
AI for Business Leaders
Available both in-person and also broadcast live via Zoom.
Join us to learn how to leverage AI to increase customer engagement, efficiency, and business growth.
At the forefront of innovation is the use of AI in business practices. As the world becomes increasingly automated, learn to recognize the importance of utilizing AI to optimize marketing efforts and drive growth.
For the past nine years, the Leadership Breakfast has provided a one-of-a-kind opportunity for Harvard alums and their guests to meet face-to-face with the most sought-after leaders in business and the community. You can count on the speaker’s comments to be candid, insightful, and not likely to be heard in public elsewhere. You can share your views with them during the pre-meeting buffet breakfast, question and answer period, and post-meeting informal discussion.
Similar Harvard Club-sponsored leadership breakfast meetings exist in Atlanta, Orange County (CA), Rochester (NY), and other cities around the globe. These events are great for networking, learning, and creating visibility of the Harvard brand within the community.
If you haven't done so already, join the Harvard Club and attend this event at big savings.
Please note that sales are final. No refunds.
Ticket cost includes breakfast
Early Bird Ticket July 10 - July 19:
Harvard Club of Central Florida Members $35.00 per person (plus-one allowed)
Regional Harvard Club Members $35.00 per person (plus-one allowed)
Non-Members and Guests $45.00 per person
Harvard Club of Central Florida Members $10.00 per person
Regional Harvard Club Members$10.00 per person
Non-Members and Guests $20.00 per person
Regular Ticket July 20 - July 27:
Harvard Club of Central Florida Members $45.00 per person (plus-one allowed)
Regional Harvard Club Members $45.00 per person (plus-one allowed)
$10.00 per person
Non-Members and Guests $55.00 per person
Ticket at the door (July 28): $60.00 per person - Everyone
Parking: Parking garage available at the Citrus Club ($3.00/hr) and other locations downtown. Parking is not included in the ticket price
This Harvard Club Leadership event is sponsored* by:
Led by former HCCF President Gina Carr and her fiance Terry Brock, Stark Raving Entrepreneurs is a one-of-a-kind program to help you create, amplify, and monetize your message so that you can have more impact, influence, and income.
Gain confidence with your marketing, collaborate with fellow content creators, build your business with emerging technologies (Web3, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence), and get the support you need to create a more scalable, leverageable business so that you can have more impact and make more money, all with a "Live and Let Live" philosophical foundation.
*Harvard University does not endorse any sponsors, candidates, products, or services mentioned on this website.
7:30AM - 9:00AM Fri 28 Jul 2023, Eastern timezone
255 S. Orange Ave Suite 1800
Orlando, FL 32801 USA
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Look Who's Coming:
Celestial Caregiving Consultants
Sosa & Arvelo
Stark Raving Entrepreneurs
Stark Raving Entrepreneurs
University of Florida
About the Panel of Speakers
Dan Jaye AB '87
As a serial entrepreneur, Dan has led many companies in CEO and CTO roles including TACODA which was purchased by AOL in 2007 along with Permissus, CMGI, and Engage. Prior to Engage, he was the director of High-Performance Computing at Fidelity Investments and worked at Epsilon and Accenture. Dan graduated magna cum laude with a BA in Astronomy, Astrophysics and Physics from Harvard University.
Gina Carr MBA '90
Ramon Perez ALM '12
Ramon Perez is the AI Solutions Director for Elder Research, Inc. A decorated combat veteran, Major Perez served as an Air Force Intelligence Officer specializing in Signals Intelligence. As a mission director at the National Security Agency, Ramon led teams analyzing enormous data sets to produce actionable information in support of worldwide counterterrorism operations--including deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, and South America in support of Special Operations. Upon leaving the military, Ramon returned to graduate school then joined Elder Research in 2014 as a data scientist focused on applying machine learning to detect counterparty risk in the credit default swap markets.
He currently leads energy market projects around predictive maintenance for power generation systems. Ramon serves as Executive Director of the Digital Democracy Project, a non-profit technology start-up allowing registered Florida voters to vote on the same bills as their representatives in Tallahassee. Ramon holds a bachelor’s degree in Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech as well as master’s degrees from Harvard and Georgetown in Finance and Economics, respectively.
Terry Brock MBA, CSP, CPAE
Please contact the Club Administrator, Tricia Wansor at HarvardClubCF@gmail.com or 954-914-3148.