Headliners Luncheon: CDC director Robert Redfield to address immunization
Dr. Robert Redfield, director, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), will speak at a National Press Club Headliners luncheon on Oct. 16 to address importance of immunization as winter flu season begins. Wharton Club members & guests invited.
- Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), will speak at a National Press Club Headliners luncheon on Oct. 16 to address the importance of immunization as the winter flu season begins.
- In his first appearance at the National Press Club, Redfield will characterize immunization as the most powerful tool in public health to combat disease.
- With an extensive background in clinical research and infectious diseases, especially HIV, he will also stress the urgency of winning the hearts and minds of Americans who may be hesitant to vaccinate their children, or who face obstacles to accessing vaccines.
- VIP Reception 12:00-12:30 p.m (you will be informed if your request is granted. PREFERENCE to President's Club & Lifetime Members)
- Lunch from 12:30-1:00 p.m.
- 1:00-2:00 p.m.: The speaker's remarks and Q&A from the audience.
Please call Alan Schlaifer at 301-365-8999 if you'd to be considered to attend the reception (if there is one) from 12:30-1:00 pm with the speaker. (He may only bring a few guests, preference for President's Club and Lifetime Members).
Where: National Press Club, Holeman Lounge, 13th Floor, 14th & F Streets, N.W., just two blocks from Metro Center
Metro, Parking: Metro Center; several private garages within a few blocks.
Reservations: $39/person for current Wharton Club members and their guests only. You must reserve in advance on our site. We have only a limited number of seats, so Members may purchase seats only for themselves and up to three guests, if desired. (Photo: on the Natl Press Club website, press.org)