OPK Biotech LLC's CEO Attends Clinton Global Initiative

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CEO Gerald Kowalski is joining an elite and diverse group of world leaders at the Clinton Global Initiative being held in New York City this week. This year's topic areas are: Jobs, Jobs, Jobs: Generating Employment for the 21st Century; Sustainable Consumption: Ensuring Long-term Prosperity on a Finite Planet; and Girls and Women: Scaling What Works.

OPK Biotech LLC is proud to announce the participation of its Company CEO, Gerald Kowalski, in this year’s Clinton Global Initiative. The 2011 Annual Meeting, September 20 – 22, is taking place at the Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers on Seventh Avenue in New York City.

“I am proud to be representing OPK Biotech at such a prestigious and humanitarian event,” said Kowalski. This year’s gathering brings together an estimated 1,200 diverse stakeholders, including current and former heads of state, Fortune 500 CEOs, national and local government officials, and leaders from the nonprofit sector to devise and implement workable solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges.

The 2011 Annual Meeting is focused on three primary topic areas: Jobs, Jobs, Jobs: Generating Employment for the 21st Century; Sustainable Consumption: Ensuring Long-term Prosperity on a Finite Planet; and Girls and Women: Scaling What Works.

View and share session webcasts from the 2011 CGI Annual Meeting by visiting: http://live.clintonglobalinitiative.org and follow @ClintonGlobal for meeting news and highlights.

About the Clinton Global Initiative
Established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) convenes global leaders to devise and implement innovative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges. Since 2005, CGI Annual Meetings have brought together nearly 150 current and former heads of state, 18 Nobel Prize laureates, hundreds of leading CEOs, heads of foundations, major philanthropists, directors of the most effective nongovernmental organizations, and prominent members of the media. These CGI members have made more than 2,000 commitments, which have already improved the lives of 300 million people in more than 180 countries. When fully funded and implemented, these commitments will be valued in excess of $63 billion. The 2011 Annual Meeting will take place Sept. 20-22 in New York City.
This year, CGI also convened CGI America, a meeting focused on developing ideas for driving economic growth in the United States. The CGI community also includes CGI U, which hosts an annual meeting for undergraduate and graduate students, and CGI Lead, which engages a select group of young CGI members for leadership development and collective commitment-making. For more information, visit http://www.clintonglobalinitiative.org.

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