PARTI Program Announces Chris Boyd Senior VP at Kaiser Permanente to Host VIP Reception at ExPosure

The ExPosure Charity Event on October 4th provides unique opportunities to connect with business professionals and show support for an important cause: Creating awareness about social issues that affect youth to End Bullying and Violent Lifestyles.
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SAN JOSE, Calif. - July 20, 2018 - PRLog -- Chris Boyd, Senior Vice President at Kaiser Permanente in Santa Clara will once again Host the VIP Reception and win over the audience when he walks the runway as a VIP Model for ExPosure. For six years, Chris has been successful in his efforts to recruit other business executives to become involved with the charity fundraiser as a VIP 'role' Model due to his tireless dedication and ability to unite good people for a cause. Chris Boyd serves on the board as Chair Person for the PARTI Program nonprofit and stays involved by finding ways to address issues of bullying and cyberbullying that undermine the healthy development of youth. Chris uses his passion and influence to connect local business groups, Chamber of Commerce, professional sports organizations, health professionals, and entrepreneurs to shine a light on the central concerns and then implement solutions to help keep kids safe.

Kaiser Permanente provides sponsorship and grant funding support for the PARTI High Impact program which serves low-income youth who are in danger of not graduating from high school. Kaiser has committed capital to underwrite the costs for the program and also invites their employee volunteers to help drive the success of the annual ExPosure fundraising campaigns.

Other confirmed participants for ExPosure include: Dennis Brown Retired 49er and Superbowl Champion; Jan Eric Nordmo, President at Off The Wall Soccer and Board Member of the Los Gatos Community Foundation; Ravinder LaL, Owner at The UPS Store; and Joshua Russell, Senior Vice President and Silicon Valley Market Manager at Bank of America.

October is National Bullying Awareness Month, and over the past 6 years, scores of Silicon Valley executives, professionals, and philanthropists have championed the PARTI Program – resulting in increased youth involvement and the creation of Bullying Prevention Toolkits for Bay Area schools.

Here is how more of the business community can get involved:

·       Become an event Partner

·       Become a VIP event "role" Model

·       Purchase tickets to our VIP Reception

ExPosure Charity Event & Fashion Show
October 4, 2018
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

The ExPosure Event will feature a private dinner for key stakeholders, select fundraising partners, and sponsors, followed by fundraising activities, silent auction, charity fashion show, and networking after the event.

VIP Tickets include 2 drink tickets, 2 raffle tickets, early access to VIP Reception area, appetizers, VIP gift bag, and admission to our networking court 30 minutes prior to doors opening to the general public (6:30 p.m.)

General Admission begins at 7:00 p.m. and attendees enjoy the networking court with Silicon Valley professionals and Silent Auction. Enjoy networking after the fashion event concludes. Empower youth and help stop bullying.


The mission of the P.A.R.T.I. Program (Positive Alternative Recreation Teambuilding Impact) is to promote education around youth healthy lifestyles and healthy decision making. We serve low to moderate income youth and families.

We want the next generation to imagine their bright future…
– to be in a safe environment
– to develop their individuality
– to be treated fairly and justly
– to be supported and handled with kindness
– to be encouraged emotionally and intellectually
– to be empowered to realize their full potential

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