AmCham’s 2022 Fall Member Dinner
AmCham is pleased to invite members & stakeholders to our Fall Member Dinner & 2022 Foreign Company of the Year at Moltkes Palæ, where you will have the opportunity to meet the new U.S. Ambassador Alan Leventhal.
Join us for this exclusive event with our honored guest Allan Leventhal, U.S. Ambassador to Denmark, who will speak about the importance of strengthening cooperation between universities and business in creating the innovative solutions of tomorrow.
Additionally, Lars Gert Lose former Danish Ambassador to the U.S. (now Head of Global Public Affairs, CIP) has kindly agreed to share his thoughts on the current geopolitical shifts and their impact on global trade and investments.
The event features a gourmet 3-course American wine-pairing dinner courtesy of Moltkes Palæ chefs and AmericanWine.dk. and culminates in the announcement of AmCham’s 2022 Foreign Company of the Year .
– Per person: 1.200 DKK (ex-moms)
– Corporate table (8 persons): 9.600 DKK (ex-moms)
About Ambassador Leventhal
Alan Leventhal is the Chairman and CEO of Beacon Capital Partners, one of the leading owners and managers of office properties in the United States. Leventhal was the Board Chair of the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation for a decade and still serves on the Board’s Executive Committee. He is also on the Executive Committee of the Corporation of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is a Life Trustee of Northwestern University and was a Trustee and Board Chair of Boston University. Leventhal also serves as the Board Chair of the Leventhal Map & Education Center at the Boston Public Library and on the Board Executive Committee of A Better City.
About Lars Gert Lose
Lars Gert Lose is Head of Global Public Affairs, Communication and Marketing at Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners. Lose began his career in the Foreign Ministry in 1997. In 2013, he was appointed Department Council in the Prime Minister’s Office, then Ambassador to the USA (2015-2019), and eventually Head of Department in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2019-2022) until his current move into the private sector.