Jonathan Tisch, Chairman and CEO of Loews Hotels & Co., Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors of Loews Corporation, and Co-Owner of the New York Giants, will share his perspective in Crossroads: The Intersection of Business and Philanthropy, a moderator by UCF with Ph.D. Co-hosted conversations. Phillips Charity, Tuesday, November. On the 15th at 4pm at the Dr. Alexis and Jim Pugh Theatre. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.
Tisch is a national leader in the multi-billion dollar hospitality industry, a pioneer in corporate citizenship and a renowned philanthropist. Loews Hotels & Co. and Comcast NBC Universal jointly own eight properties at the Universal Orlando Resort.
The Central Florida community, including all UCF students, is invited to participate in the program and hear Tisch share his views on a variety of topics. Particular emphasis will be placed on how successful businesses and entrepreneurs use philanthropy to improve their communities and address long-term social concerns. The event is free to attend, but space is limited and participants should reserve their seats in advance at foundation.ucf.edu/crossroads.
The program will take place as a fireside chat with Tisch and host Barb Bowden, Regional Managing Director of Loews Hotels Universal Orlando.
During his tenure as Chairman and CEO, Tisch led the expansion and rise of Loews into a well-known and respected hospitality company with an acclaimed culture that embraces the power of partnership and empowers team members, guests, The community and owners are involved. He was named a World Hotelier by Hotel Magazine.
Under Tisch’s leadership, Loews Hotels developed the hospitality industry’s first comprehensive community outreach program called the Loews Hotels Good Neighbor Policy. The program establishes a company-wide commitment to good corporate citizenship and establishes a tradition of social responsibility in areas where Loews Hotels operates.
Through the Good Neighbors program, Loews Hotels addresses hunger, literacy, sustainability and housing at the local level. The program earned Loews the Presidential Service Award, the highest honor bestowed by the President of the United States for community service aimed at addressing critical societal issues.
The Crossroads collection launches in 2021 through a long-term partnership with Ph.D. Phillips Charities and UCF. It brings nationally known and respected philanthropic and business leaders to Central Florida so UCF students and the Central Florida community can learn from their expertise and perspectives.
The series combines some of each organization’s greatest strengths: Dr. Phillips Philanthropy’s belief in the critical role free enterprise and philanthropy play in addressing critical community needs and UCF’s commitment to unlocking the potential of everyone and driving prosperity broadly No doubt.
PhD. Phillips Charities has been a partner of UCF since 1968, and this is the first year UCF has hosted courses. PhD. For more than 100 years, the Phillips name has been a major economic and charitable organization in the Central Florida community.
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