0ur GREENandSAVE Staff is pleased to share information with our members and readers about impactful speaking engagements.
This event is sold out for attending in person, but tickets are still available to watch the presentation via streaming media.
When: Wednesday March 9th at 7:00 pm EST.
This event caught our attention, not only because of Mike Tollin's exceptional career, but also because he is donating his speaking compensation for this event to a charity that supports higher education (see below).
Sustainability often starts with education, and since 2007 we have been committed to both higher education and sustainable living. We hope that you enjoy watching Mr. Tollin's presentation live.
See the event overview below, and click here for tickets:
An evening with Mike Tollin, executive producer of the ESPN/Netflix documentary series on Michael Jordan, The Last Dance.
Join Main Line School Night (MLSN) for a special evening with Havertown's own, Mike Tollin, one of the founding producers of the acclaimed 30 For 30 series, executive producer of the ESPN/Netflix documentary series on Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, The Last Dance (perhaps the most-watched documentary series enjoyed during the Covid shut down and of all time), and director of the Academy Award-nominated documentary, Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream. Known as the "Hollywood Guy" by his closest friends and as the "Philly Guy" in Los Angeles, Mike will be interviewed by Lou Tilley, veteran Philadelphia sportscaster, host and producer, and president of Lou Tilley Media.
Mike will share his personal story and take you inside his prolific professional career in film, television, and documentary production, often rooted in the world of sports but including other genres largely appealing to kids and families. Presentation followed by Q&A. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Philadelphia Futures.
Mr. Tollin is donating his compensation for speaking to this local charity he supports: https://philadelphiafutures.org/about-us/
Excerpt, "We are guided by the principle that a college education is the key to economic self-sufficiency and a satisfying life."