The Fairmont Hotel’s Penthouse Suite reverberated with love as San Francisco’s finest celebrated the Attitudinal Healing International’s (AHI) 40th Anniversary launch party atop the iconic hotel in Nob Hill. The organization responds to worldwide requests for education, crisis intervention, conflict resolution and community support. At the launch event, which was co-chaired by Tom and Barbara Klein, guests were welcomed with the soulful tunes of Mariah Parker’s Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble.
Gerald Jampolsky, M.D. and Diane Cirincione-Jampolsky, Ph.D. introduced the enthusiastic and attentive crowd to the Principles of Attitudinal Healing, as well as the non-profit’s school, prison, hospital, and other programs worldwide.
Notable guests including Bahya Murad, Ted and Pamela Deikel, Barbara Brown, Paul Pelosi, Wilkes Bashford, Elisabeth Thieriot, Lianne Thompson, Stephen Chen, Jerry and Jeanne Rohm, Sharon and Dr Jay Levy, Michael and Dianne Yancy showed up with glowing support of AHI. Bay Area dignitaries, including Russian Consul General Sergey Petrov, Italian Consul General Mauro Battocchi, and former US Diplomat Wilford Welch, admired artwork by Lianne Thompson’s Hearts for Charity. Adam Neeley’s stunning diamond encrusted white gold pendant necklace (valued at $1500) did not go unnoticed by the appreciative crowd. Both artworks and Adam Neeley jewels will be showcased at the September Gala.
Save the date for the Attitudinal Healing’s 40th Anniversary Gala on September 20, 2014. The show-stopping event will feature musical performances by Carlos Santana and Franc D’Ambrosio, with tributes from special friends including Deepak Chopra at Fairmont Hotel’s famed Venetian Room.