2018 Mission Possible Celebration Recap

2018 Mission Possible Celebration Recap

Last Monday, April 23rd, over 300 friends, partners, and supporters of MK gathered at the US Chamber of Commerce for the Mission Possible Celebration. We honored Sam Ross, member of the MK Speakers Bureau and former guest, for his dedication to helping others who are experiencing homelessness. We also honored Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) and Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) for their leadership in the work to end veteran and chronic homelessness in their states and across the nation.

With about 285 veterans and 1,470 individuals experiencing chronic homelessness still living on the streets in DC, we must continue to work diligently towards a day where every man and woman can have a safe and stable home.

Thank you to all of our guests, staff, volunteer, partners, and supporters that came out to celebrate with us. A tremendous shout out to our amazing sponsors and host committee for their support in helping us make this celebration possible:


(Left-Right) Ashley Bolding (MM LaFleur), Caroline Westerman (US Chamber of Commerce), Tyler Gates (Brightline Interactive), Blythe Swift (Ridgewells), Eric Muendel (Brightline Interactive), Rich Lindahl (Emergent BioSolutions), CJ Bickley (Latham & Watkins).  (Not Pictured) Sinead Casey (CRAFT), Bob Howard (Willis Towers Watson),  Elizabeth Steil (Boeing).
Thank you to US Chamber of Commerce for the beautiful event space and Andy Delgiudice for the beautiful photos. Be sure to check out our celebration video here on YouTube.

Below are a few recap photos from this magical event!

Our Honorees and Special Guests

Chef Cheryl (Executive Chef), Sam Ross (Guest Honoree), Scott Schenkelberg  (President and CEO)

Scott Schenkelberg  (President and CEO), Senator Chris Van Hollen (Honoree, D-MD), Jason Pak (Boeing)

Senator Tim Scott (Honoree, R-SC)

 

Sam Ross and Linwood “Gato” Martinez-Bentley (former guests)

Members of Our Staff

 

Our Network of MK Family including partners, board members and supporters