Date(s) - November 10th, 2018
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Save the date for a carnival (without the stomach-turning rides): GDC ♦ Greg & Dana’s Carnival
Today For Tomorrow returns on November 10 at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
This year’s Today For Tomorrow gala, honoring Dana & Greg Lee, will be a can’t-miss event. A gala unlike any other you’ve attended, Today For Tomorrow brings the finest chefs of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas into one room, where you can sample the best bites in town, while relaxing in luxe lounge furniture. Oh, and don’t forget: You’ll want to wear your brightest, fuzziest, most eye-catching attire.
Today For Tomorrow benefits Nevada’s at-risk youth, with funds raised going toward Communities In Schools of Nevada’s services offered statewide, including food assistance, healthcare, academic mentoring, and so much more. You’re invited to rave with us for a great cause.
Join us for fantastic food, colorful costumes, electric tunes, silent and live auctions, and a distinctly fun atmosphere.
This is Today For Tomorrow as you’ve never experienced it before. Dana & Greg Lee have been bright stars in the education sector for many years, and we can’t think of a more fitting way to honor their contributions than by throwing the brightest party in town…literally. Support Nevada’s at-risk youth, honor the Lee family, and celebrate with us on November 10 at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
About Dana and Greg Lee:
Dana Lee is a 1988 graduate of Brown University with a Bachelor of Arts in Art History. In 1993 she received a Master of Arts Management from The School of Public Policy & Management at Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University.
After college, Dana worked in New York in advertising and fashion public relations. While in graduate school, she did development/pre-opening research for the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh. She worked as foundation manager for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and later returned to the for-profit world to become a consultant for the global branding firm, Landor Associates.
Dana moved to Las Vegas in 1997 to join her husband, Gregory, where she worked in corporate advertising for Mirage Resorts. After the birth of her children, Graham and Katie, Dana turned her focus to community activism.
Dana has served on the boards of The Meadows School, The Webb Schools of California, The Nevada Ballet Theatre, and The Las Vegas Art Museum. Dana is a founder, board member and past president of The Nevada Women’s Philanthropy, a pooled-fund large impact grant making organization that supports critical needs in Southern Nevada. In 2010 Dana was appointed by Governor Jim Gibbons to serve on the Nevada Education Reform Blue Ribbon Task Force. She also served as a committee member of the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund, which oversaw the distribution of contributions to those impacted by 1 October.
Dana currently serves as board chairman of the Kenny Guinn Center for Policy Priorities and as a board member of Communities In Schools Nevada, The Nevada Women’s Philanthropy, and Teach for America Las Vegas Valley’s advisory board.
Gregory Lee is President of Rancho Mesquite Casino, Inc., a company that operates the Eureka Casino Resort, Mesquite, Nevada. A company he co-founded with his father and mother, Ted and Doris Lee. Lee remains involved in the Lee family business, but focuses his energy on the development, marketing and leadership cultivation of the Mesquite operation. Lee works to improve the Mesquite market by serving on the Board of the Mesquite Resort Association, the Mesquite Health and Wellness Foundation and the Nevada Independent Gaming Operators Organization.
Prior to entering the gaming industry, Lee practiced law in New York City, were he met his wife, Dana. Lee is an active member of the Las Vegas community, serving on the Boards of the Problem Gambling Center, the Governor’s Advisory Committee for Problem Gambling, Chairman of the UNLV Foundation, the Meadows School, the Nevada Chapter of the Young Presidents Organization and the Harvard Club of Nevada. In 2003 the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce awarded Lee the Community Achievement Award for HospitalityHospitality, and in the same year was recognized by the Problem Gambling Center for its founding of the program to assist families of pathological gamblers.
Lee is a graduate of Harvard College where he studied architecture and art history and played on four undefeated and Intercollegiate Championship Varsity squash teams. He later earned a J.D. from the University of Southern California.