2017 Distinguished Citizen Award Dinner
An annual recognition of members of our community who freely give of their time and talents in service to youth.
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Pullman Hotel (formerly Hotel Sofitel)
We acknowledge our dinner sponsors with a special Thank You!
Platinum Eagle Sponsors
- “Pitch” & Cathie Johnson;
“Sandy” & Diane Crittenden
Golden Eagle Sponsors
- Scott Howe;
Morgan Family Foundation
Silver Eagle Sponsors
- Floyd Family Foundation;
Bill & Ann Stark
We are pleased to announce Bill Long, Managing Director, Stonepine Advisors, LLC, as our 2017 Honoree.
Bill brings 25 years of venture capital and investment banking experience in the San Francisco Bay Area to Stonepine Advisors. Prior to Stonepine Advisors, Bill was an executive at Mohr Davidow Ventures, where he worked with technology, life science and clean tech companies on equity and debt financing, as well as, and advised on mergers and acquisitions. His venture capital experience also includes co-heading TriplePoint Capital’s Private Equity Group where he invested with other leading venture capital and private equity firms and has a distinguished record of investment performance. Bill’s investment banking experience includes serving as a senior banker at JPMorgan in San Francisco and at predecessor Hambrecht & Quist, where he worked with a number of internet, technology and life science clients on raising capital and providing advice on mergers and acquisitions.
Bill began his investment banking career at Alex. Brown & Sons in Baltimore and San Francisco. Bill is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors of Satellite Healthcare, Inc. Satellite Healthcare is a $350 million in revenue healthcare services company with the primary business of developing and operating kidney dialysis centers. Satellite also owns a clinical reference lab, and genomics testing lab. Bill recently served as Executive Chairman at Satellite, where he led the company through a management succession plan. Bill holds a B.A. in Business from the Loyola University, Baltimore
Questions? Contact Ron Chang, Development Director, at (650) 341-5633 or email@example.com.
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2016 Distinguished Citizens Award Dinner
Celebrating Leadership, Achievement, and STEM Education in
Scouting, our Families, and Community
Our 2016 honorees were the Wendy Young and Mark Convery family. Click here to learn more about them and their award evening.
Proceeds from this event help support the Pacific Skyline Council’s ScoutReach program and our increasing emphasis on STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education, including the BSA's Nova Award
program and our own STEM Midway.
Past recipients include: Wendy Young & Mark Convery, David & Lynn Mitchell, Bill Reller, Bill Floyd, Carol Mayer Marshall & Robert Beresford Williams, Allen Phipps, Franklin “Pitch” Johnson, Jr., and Rebecca (Becky) Morgan, among other.
Proceeds from the event help support the Pacific Skyline Council's ScoutReach program which provides opportunities for ALL youth, regardless of economic circumstance, neighborhood, or ethnicity to have an enriching and life-changing Scouting experience!
For over 100 years, the Boy Scouts of America has led the nation in providing citizenship training for American youth. Through the years, Scouting has provided young people with character development programs based on values found in the Scout Oath: duty to God, duty to country, duty to others, and duty to self. Today’s often-heard call for a return to ethical behavior, self-reliance, and caring and concern for others refers precisely to the values expressed in the Scout Law, the bedrock of the movement since 1910.
Established by the Boy Scouts of America, the Distinguished Citizens Award recognizes noteworthy and extraordinary leadership of citizens in communities across the United States. Honoring distinguished citizenship delivers a message to our youth that character counts. The lives of distinguished citizens put into place guideposts that serve to inspire our youth to lead, to accept responsibility, and to care about principles and causes beyond self-interest.