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MCBA Members Luncheon


Speaker Dr. Larry Brilliant

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Dr. Larry Brilliant | Chairman of the Board, Skoll Global Threats Fund


Larry Brilliant is an American physician, epidemiologist, technologist, author, and the former director of Google's philanthropic arm Google.org. He currently serves as the acting Chairman of the Board of the Skoll Global Threats Fund which confronts global such threats as pandemics, climate change, water, nuclear proliferation, and the Middle East conflict. He has recently released his book, Sometimes Brilliant.

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Buffet Lunch

05/24/2017 11:45 AM 05/24/2017 1:30 PM America/Los_Angeles MCBA Members Luncheon Speaker Dr. Larry Brilliant Fenix, 919 4th Street, San Rafael, CA, 94901 Marin County Bar Association info@marinbar.org false MM/DD/YYYY

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Member Registration

Non-member Registration

Registration ends May 22, 2017


Early Bird Members: $45
Early Bird Non-Members: $55

Members: $50
Non-Members: $60

$65 for walk-ins day of event

Date and Location

Wednesday | May 24, 2017
11:45A-1:30P

Fenix
919 4th Street
San Rafael, CA 94901
415-813-5600

Speaker Information

Dr. Larry Brilliant

Chairman of the Board, Skoll Global Threats Fund

Larry Brilliant, MD, MPH, is the author of Sometimes Brilliant: The Impossible Adventures of a Spiritual Seeker and Visionary Physician Who Helped Conquer the Worst Disease in History. He currently serves as the acting Chairman of the Board of the Skoll Global Threats Fund whose mission is to confront global threats like: Pandemics, Climate Change, Water, Nuclear Proliferation and the Middle East Conflict. He is also a Senior Adviser at the Jeff Skoll Group. Dr. Larry was formerly Skoll Global Threats Fund’s President and CEO. Before that, he was Vice President of Google and served as founding Executive Director of Google.org. He is board certified in preventive medicine and public health and co-founder of The Seva Foundation, an international NGO whose programs and grantees have given back sight to more than 3.5 million blind people in over 20 countries. Dr. Larry lived in India for more than a decade working as a United Nations medical officer where he played a key role in the successful World Health Organization (WHO) smallpox eradication program in South Asia. He was professor at the University of Michigan and founding chairman of the National Biosurveillance Advisory Subcommittee. Prizes: Time 100, TED Prize, two honorary doctorates. He is on the boards of the Skoll Foundation and Salesforce Foundation.

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