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With Henry Kuykendall (VP, Delta Air Lines) Brian Bordainick (Head of Innovative Ventures, Hudson Bay).
Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 06:30 PM    Cost: $40
Alley Chelsea, 119 W 24 Str, 4th Fl


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Fill your day with inspiration and intention. Join us for an unforgettable 'midnight' brunch with New York for Delta Air Lines Vice President Henry Kuykendall & Hudson's Bay Company Head of Innovative Ventures Brian Bordainick! Your evening will feature:

* Inspirational fireside chat with Henry & Brian in an intimate setting

* Dynamic Audience Challenge

* Curated connections with other young people hungry for the next opportunity (we will introduce you to the people you want to meet)

* Seasonal, organic, farm-to-table feast by Ox Verte

Henry Kuykendall is Vice President – New York for Delta Air Lines. He is charged with developing and achieving Delta's key strategic objectives for New York State and oversees the financial performance of all New York routes and all commercial functions for the business in the state.

Prior to assuming this role, Henry served as Vice President - Airport Customer Service at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, where he oversaw a growing Delta network; the May 2013 opening of Delta's $1.2 billion state-of-the-art international gateway at JKF's Terminal 4; and a $175 million second-phase extension of 11 additional gates in January 2015.

Before moving to New York in 2011, he led a team of 4,000 employees at Delta's hometown operation at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. He joined Delta in 1988 and held additional positions in Airport Operations, Corporate Sales, and Reservation Sales earlier in his career.

Henry currently is a Board of Director of the YMCA of Greater New York, the New York Building Congress and the Business Council. He is a Graduate of West Los Angeles College and University of Phoenix.

Brian Bordainick is the Head of Innovative Ventures at Hudson's Bay Company, working on ways to reinvent retail. Previously, he cofounded Dinner Lab, a membership-based social dining experiment that united undiscovered chefs with adventurous diners in unique spaces. The company grew to 20 cities, 90 employees and a valuation north of $30 million.

Brian has been featured in national media, including the New Yorker, Forbes, Business Insider, the New York Times, Entrepreneur, and more.
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