November 6, 2006
City Club of San Francisco,
San Francisco, California

Front Row (Holding railing, bottom left to top right):
Mitsuko Mizushima, Fritz Institute; Desiree Bliss, Fritz Institute; Diane Turney, Wells Fargo Bank; Ana-Marie Jones, Collaborating Agencies Responding to Disasters; Leon Curchack, BearingPoint

Middle Row (bottom left to top right):
Mary-Lou Quinto, Genentech; Ophelia Basgal, PG&E; Mark Bartolini, Consultant; David Gonsalvez, General Motors; Michael Innes, Kaiser Permanente; Joye Storey, Salvation Army; Larry Goldzband, PG&E; David Lew, Wells Fargo Bank;

Back Row (bottom left to top right):
Lynn Fritz, Fritz Institute; Anisya Thomas, Fritz Institute; Joella Paquette, SAP; Peter Ohtaki, Business Executives for National Security; Scott Nyulassy, Hewlett Packard; Steve Leventhal, Fritz Institute; Rhona Lishinsky, Cost Plus World Market

If you simply give money, it is one thing to one organization. If you give services or create technology, this can be replicated by every other humanitarian aid organization. This means you get leverage and the result factor is bigger - Lynn Fritz

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