Highland Capital Management is a Sec-registered management company with headquarters in Dallas, Texas will be sponsoring a two part program constructed by the National Constitution Center. The event, Engage, is set to start February fifth at sixth thirty p.m..
The admission for the event titled “Constitutional Conversations: Justice Scalia’s Memorable Speeches/James Madison and Today’s Media” is completely free. The event will start off with Christopher Scalia reading off from his fathers book Scalia Speaks: Reflections on Law, Faith, and Life Well Lived. The book recollects Antonin Scalia’s favorite speeches. Antonin Scalia passed in early 2016 and was an associate justice of the Supreme Court since 1986. Visit hcp.com to know more.
Others involved include Jeffrey Rosen, National Constitution Center president and CEO; Mike Wilson, Dallas Morning News Editor; Amy Mitchell, director of journalism at Pew Research Center. Amanda Schnetzer, Bush Institute Director of Global Initiatives and previous Bush Institute’s founding director, will be moderating the event.
“At the Bush Institute, we are focused on addressing the invisible wounds of war, removing the stigma that surrounds them, and ensuring veterans and caregivers seek and receive comprehensive, effective care. I’m grateful to Boeing for helping to make this important work possible.” Former President George W. Bush stated. The Bush Center works to create a successful transition for military veterans post 9/11. Highland Capital has donated over five million dollars to the Bush Center since 2012.
Boeing is supporting the cause with the thirty million dollar investment. A spokesperson of the company has also claimed the company distributed fifty million dollar in grants for 2018. The grants were used for education into different careers for veterans; including science, technology, engineering and math. The company has also worked with local charities such as NPower, which is expected to launch fifteen thousand digital careers by 2022, and the American Airlines Skyball. The American Airlines Skyball is one of the oldest military support organizations in the United States that hosts a fundraising event every year. Last year alone the company raised $3.1 million.
Boeing, with their new Global Service Division in Plano, is expected to have a $2.5 trillion value within the next decade. Read more about Highland Capital at prnewswire.com.