Jan 28, 2011 19:00:00 to 22:30
Reza's Restaurant, 432 W Ontario, Chicago, IL
Early Bird - $25 , General Admission - $30, General Admission II - $35, Door Rate - $40 (if available)
Salaams CAMP Chicago Members,
Join us at CAMP Chicago's Networking Dinner on Friday, January 28th.
2011's opening event will feature Emmy Award winning journalist, writer, and filmmaker Ash-har Quraishi.
Also meet the leadership team and network with like-minded professionals.
When: Friday, January, 28, 2011
Where: Reza's Restaurant - 432 W Ontario, Chicago, IL
Cost: Early Bird - $25 - Jan 2nd - Jan 9th
General Admission - $30 Jan 10- Jan 23rd
General Admission II - $35 Jan 24- Jan 27
Door Rate - $40 if tickets are available
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=8ESENEJX6952G
For any questions please email Chicago@camp-online.org.
ABOUT ASH-HAR QURAISHI
Ash-har Quraishi is an Emmy Award-winning television journalist, writer and filmmaker with more than a decade of local, international and investigative reporting experience. He is currently a joint Correspondent for WTTW and the Chicago News Cooperative.
Prior to his posting in Chicago, Quraishi spent four years working as the Chief Investigative Reporter for KCTV - the CBS affiliate in Kansas City and more than six years working at CNN. He served as CNN's Islamabad bureau chief/correspondent, responsible for the network's coverage of Pakistan beginning just days after the 9/11 attacks. Quraishi reported extensively on major events in Pakistan and the region, including the ongoing conflict between nuclear neighbors India and Pakistan and the hunt for Osama bin Laden. He reported live from Karachi on the disappearance of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl and was the first television correspondent to report the capture of top Al Qaeda operative and 9/11 architect Khalid Shaikh Mohammad. At CNN's world headquarters in Atlanta Quraishi supervised production of the network's premiere long form news magazine program "CNN&TIME" overseeing all aspects of production.
His work has been honored with numerous awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association, Investigative Reporters & Editors, The Society of Professional Journalists, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the Press Club of Atlantic City and the South Asian Journalists Association. In 2010 Quraishi was awarded two National Headliner Awards and was an IRE Award finalist. He is a four-time Emmy Award winner and has received five Edward R. Murrow Awards.