Wharton Club of Boston invites you to our in person Red and Blue kick off event on Tuesday, October 11, 2022 from 6:00-9:00pm. Our largest event of the year, this is a great opportunity to reconnect with other Wharton alumni and guests in a festive setting. Enjoy food and cocktails while we share our favorite Wharton memories and discuss upcoming club activities.
All guests must be pre-registered and Covid forms need to be pre-signed-NO WALK INS*
6:00-7:00pm: Arrival and Networking
7:00-7:30pm: Evening Program
7:00-7:05pm: Welcome from event chairs-Wendy Dalwin, Jock Payten and David Rittner
7:05-7:20pm: Introduction of board member- Jock Payten and David Rittner
7:20-7:25pm: Beth Somers Stutzman,VP Community Engagement
7:25-7:40pm: Remarks byJon Hirschtick, EVP and President of the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business unit at PTC
7:40-9:00pm: Networking and evening concludes
Event Chairs: Wendy Dalwin, Jock Payten and David Rittner
WCB Member: $25
Registration will close at the close of business on October 6, 2022.
*IMPORTANT: All attendees will need to sign an attestation that they are vaccinated. The system at PTC will send an email ahead of time (with the e-mail address @ptc.com). This must be signed for admittance to the event. No exceptions will be made.
About Jon Hirschtick
Jon Hirschtick is head of the Software As A Service (SaaS) Business Unit at PTC. Jon was cofounder and CEO of Onshape, a company recently acquired by PTC, that built the world’s first full-cloud professional 3D Computer Aided Design (CAD) system, enabling product design teams worldwide to use an agile process. Prior to Onshape, Jon was a founder of SolidWorks, where he served as CEO, board member and group executive until 2011. Jon has been a board member and advisor at many other start-up companies in the 3D printing, augmented reality and CAD markets, including Magic Leap, MarkForged, Z Corporation, Revit Technology, Liquid Machines, Express3D and Vela Systems.
Jon holds a bachelor’s and master’s from MIT. He was a player and instructor on the MIT blackjack team featured in the movies “21” and “Breaking Vegas.”
We would like to thank PTC for generously loaning us the beautiful venue.