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glue celebrates environmental innovation at NRDC's “forces for nature” benefit

nrdc-photo.jpegMonday, November 14, 2011

Last evening, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) held their 13th annual “Forces for Nature” benefit at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. The night, hosted by Seth Meyers, honored environmental leaders and innovators, Wendy and Eric Schmidt, of the 11th Hour Project and Google, Inc., respectively, and Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post Media Group.

David Stark Design and Production, creative mind behind the event's environmentally conscious design and the event's overall Producer, invited glue to join as Line Producer. glue worked closely with David Stark's Senior Project Manager, Christina Dimitriadis to identify and coordinate the on-screen graphic needs and flow for the dual screen show and consulted with NRDC's Director of Special Projects, Jennifer Iselin to manage and execute the evening's program.

glue was also responsible for coordinating the stage management team and rehearsal schedules, efficiently meeting executive and honoree requests, and organizing and testing the collection of all media assets.

A special thank you to David Stark Design and Production and the Natural Resources Defense Council for inviting us to participate in a truly significant celebration!

Click here to learn more about NRDC and how to support this organization.

Client: Natural Resources Defense Council

Role: Line Producer

Venue: American Museum of Natural History, NYC

Date: Monday, November 14, 2011

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The Huffington Post, “Arianna Huffington, Wendy Schmidt And Eric Schmidt Honored At NRDC Event (VIDEO/PHOTOS)

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