• "Congratulations on a great effort and thank you for your support and ensuring the center stage for MSKCC!"
    Ghassan Abou-Alfa, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
  • "It was great meeting in New York at the C3 Summit. Thank you for hosting one of the best health conferences related to the Middle East. Your efforts and organization were world class in every aspect. We are looking forward to C3 2015 in Riyadh."
    Jihad Fakhreddine, Beaufort Medical FZE
  • "I want to thank you again for your kind invitation for our firm to be a part of the C3 HealthCare Summit. Congratulations also on your invitation to have this event in Saudi Arabia next year. I see bigger and greater things happening for your company. You deserve it!!! We made many contacts at the Summit which I think will lead to IP work for our firm."
    George Likourezos, Esq., Carter, DeLuca, Farrell & Schmidt LLP
  • "Congratulations on a great conference. Excellent networking and lots of good information."
    Nick Microulis, Stategic Health Venture Capital
  • "You clearly knocked the ball out of the park yesterday. Congratulations!"
    Ron Bruder, Education for Employment
  • "Many thanks indeed for inviting me to your impressive healthcare conference on Monday. It was a full day packed with information and experts and a very helpful introduction for me to some of the complexities of the global healthcare industry.I congratulate you for successfully presenting a very ambitious and substantive show!!"
    David Cripps, CLP Holdings, LLC
  • Thank you for including me, and it was a pleasure to meet you. The event was impressive and I look forward to next year. If anything we can do to support your efforts, please let me know, thank you.
    Neil Cohen, Defense Group Inc.
  • "I would like to congratulate you on such a great idea. Since I am from the MENA region, and live in New York City, I found this a great opportunity to know more about the relationship between these two places."
    Eng. Mohamad Wissam Akra, Graduate Student at Columbia University
  • "Ransel, it was great to meet you last week at the C3 US-Arab Healthcare Summit. Your program was superb, and I was very honored to participate as a panelist on the pending epidemic of diabetes in the Middle East panel. I noted that you are planning another C3 US-Arab Healthcare Summit in the fall. We would be very happy to participate again, as we have significant global capabilities, services, and programs that can help to bring real solutions to the one in three of the citizens in the Middle East who have diabetes."
    John L. Brooks III, President & CEO, Joslin Diabetes
  • "Many thanks for the invitation to speak at 3C US-Arab Healthcare Summit held on April 28th, 2014. I had the immense pleasure of attending this exceptional event and meeting you and many executives and leaders. I had a great time, and met some outstanding professionals. The event was exceptional in many ways; the presentations were educational, informative & the speakers were prestigious. Thanks again for your hospitality and hope to be invited back next year."  Nellie S. Boma, MD, M.P.H., CPHQ, Al Rahba Hospital

Venue / October 6, 2014: The Union League Club /
38 East 37th Street & Park Avenue

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Founded in 1863 by a group of concerned citizens to help preserve the Union, the Union League Club of New York has built, over ensuing years, a record of distinguished service to our country. Members of the Union League Club were instrumental in establishing The Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1870 as well as the Sanitary Commission, a predecessor organization to the American Red Cross. It helped erect the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor and the Lincoln Monument in Union Square.

Its members were instrumental in bringing down the “Boss” Tweed ring and in raising funds to outfit American soldiers in several conflicts. Many prominent civic, state and national leaders have enjoyed the fellowship of the ULC. Theodore Roosevelt managed his early political career from the Club’s chambers. J. Pierpont Morgan was a regular, along with John Jay, William Cullen Bryant, Chester A. Arthur, and Thomas Nast. Fifteen Presidents, seven Senators, many Congressmen, diplomats, cabinet members, and scores of chief executive officers of major corporations have been members of the Club during the past hundred and forty years and have participated in its programs.