Meeting President Clinton

Boston GuyI don’t comment much about my work because as much as I enjoy my job, this blog is an opportunity for me to escape that part of my life.  However, this spring I was part of a small team to organize a program for senior executives that was hosted here in Boston.  Fortunately, the nine months of planning and countless meetings paid off since the program was a great success.

The event concluded with our keynote presenter, Bill Clinton.  Because of my role, I interacted quite a bit with the Secret Service and had the chance to meet Clinton.  Its mostly for that reason, I wanted to show off share this picture of me with Bill Clinton. I actually dislike the photo. I think I look uncomfortable, but in fact I was just exhausted.

Below are a few more photos from the program including a picture of the Boston Public Library where we hosted a dinner / cocktail reception.  If you are looking for a restful oasis in the middle of Back Bay the Italian courtyard which you see lit up in one of the photos is a perfect sanctuary to relax, have a coffee with a friend or just think.BosGuy

6 responses to “Meeting President Clinton

  1. You look great Rob and I am psyched it went over so well. You deserve so many accolades for your hard work and thoughtfulness and professionalism. You are the best!!!


  2. It’s a nice photo – you look fine. ….and I’ve been in that liberry. I’ll be staying right behind it in two day. hint hint hint.


  3. Mark R. Anderson

    Great Photo of you and President Clinton.


  4. You’re looking good Rob. I’m glad all the hard work paid off.


  5. I think it’s a great photo!


  6. Wonderful post here, & thanks! I adore Pres. Clinton…& Hillary Rodham (remember when she always used her maiden name conjoined with her married name?) Clinton, too! Are you free to disclose the general nature of the conference?



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