UNSCRIPTED: An Intimate Conversation with Valerie Jarrett
Part of the Unscripted Series: A Series of Fun, Frank, Thought-Provoking Conversations Moderated by Celebrated Journalists
Senior adviser to the Obama Foundation, businesswoman, advocate for social justice, and former government official Valerie Jarrett will join her friend Bruce Dold, Chicago Tribune's publisher and editor-in-chief, in conversation to discuss her new book, Finding My Voice: My Journey to the West Wing and the Path Forward. This is a ticketed event. Each ticket includes a copy of Finding My Voice.
Tickets can be purchased online at Eventbrite, or by calling The Book Stall at 847-446-8880.
Hosted in the historic University Club of Chicago, guests are sure to get a look behind the curtain of Ms. Jarrett's writing process and the stories that inspired her book. From her work ensuring equality for women and girls, advancing civil rights, reducing gun violence, reforming our criminal justice system, and improving the lives of working families, to the real stories behind some of the most stirring moments of the Obama presidency, Jarrett shares her forthright, optimistic perspective on the importance of leadership and the responsibilities of citizenship.
Following their conversation, Ms. Jarrett will stay to sign copies of her book.
6:15 pm Doors Open
7:00 pm Conversation and Q&A Begins
8:30 pm Book Signing Begins
*All tickets come with a copy of Finding My Voice: My Journey to the West Wing and the Path Forward. All seating is first come first serve.
Additional copies of Valerie Jarrett's book will be available for purchase on site.
NO DENIM IS ALLOWED IN THE VENUE.
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"Valerie has been one of Barack and my closest confidantes for decades... the world would feel a lot better if there were more people like Valerie blazing the trail for the rest of us."--Michelle Obama