Hosted at The Venue, Scottsdale
March 31, 2012
6:00 PM – 11:00 PM
The Spring Soirée is the major fundraising event for the International School of Arizona. The evening is expected to draw over 200 families, friends, community members who share in ISA’s mission to provide outstanding preschool and elementary education through second language immersion, preparing children to become responsible and engaged citizens of the world.
The dress code for Saturday is "Scottsdale Chic."
Don't be fashionably late; the first auction item is at 7:00pm.
ISA hosts this gala to raise funds to further its mission of preparing students for a global world and we approach you in the hopes that you will be a sponsor at the 2012 fundraising Soiree.
See available Sponsorship Opportunities.
This event serves as the primary fundraiser for current and future development of the school community. Funds from the Soiree will be used to improve student and teacher resources, offer student scholarships, and contribute to the school building fund as we search for a permanent long-term campus.
Special Guest Emcee:
Kimberly Cheng, Multimedia Journalist for ABC15 News.
Cheng is Cambodian-Chinese-American, and speaks Khmer fluently. Her parents, who were born and raised in Cambodia, escaped the Pol Pot genocide and came to the U.S. as refugees. Their struggles motivated Cheng to become a journalist. She wants to give a voice to people who need it most.
Cheng comes to Phoenix from KPSP in Palm Springs, California where she was general assignment reporter, fill-in anchor, producer and red carpet correspondent.
Some of her biggest stories included covering President Gerald Ford’s funeral and red carpet interviews with Mariah Carey, Quentin Tarantino, and Helen Mirren at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.
Cheng was also nominated for a regional Emmy award for team coverage of the Great CA Shakeout: Earthquake Preparedness.