What do cupcake lasagna, CAA agents, and Eric Garcetti’s new ‘Entrepreneur-in-Residence’ all have in common? They all turned up for the Clinton Foundation’s 20/30 launch party recently (Sept. 10th to be super precise) in the bird streets. Stationed in a $38M pad,
Eric Garcetti’s newly appointed Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Amir Tehrani, opened the event and introduced Darnell Strom, a CAA agent who previously worked for the Clinton Foundation and brought 20/30’s first iteration as the ‘Millennium Network’ to LA 5 years ago. The ‘Millennium Network’ has re-branded this year as “20/30” and redirected it’s mission to be a group for emerging leaders who bring their networks together for social good and change.
The party was timed with the upcoming Clinton Foundation ‘A Night Out with President Clinton,’ which will be a concert and speech this November 7th at a location to be announced. The event is $150 or free to those who are 20/30 members (the costs is $230/yr). Bill Clinton will have a pre-reception with photo ops before the event which is an additional amount. Sponsorships are also available. Zak Miller [firstname.lastname@example.org] is the contact for this event, for either of those options.
Spotted … Stylists, agents, founders, philanthropists, LA natives, celebrity managers, caterers, valets, bartenders and academics include: Clinton Foundation CEO Eric Braverman, KP & Kim Parker, Kyle Schrader (The Agency), Angie Banicki, stylist Nola Singer, Andres Izquieta (Five Four Club), Justin Castillo (CAA, sports), Darnell Strom (CAA Foundation), Matthew Pohlson (Omaze, founder), Bryn Mooser (RYOT, co-founder), and the genius that is Curbstand — the new valet parking app removing cash from the process — who provided valet for the event. All catered by Truffle-fave Heirloom LA (makers of the cupcake lasagna)!