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CITY OF HOPE LOOKS TO THE FUTURE

Reps from City of Hope, an esteemed center for research and treatment of cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases, have announced the first-ever co-presidents of the org's Future Hope board, which comprises rising entertainment industry professionals.

They are music biz mover & shaker Tyler Barth and respected A&R exec Mollie Lehman. So when the day comes (and it will) when you're feeling like a particularly jaded asshole and don't know what to do with those extra box seats to the Laker game, you know who to email. Those auction items don't grow on trees, buddy.

“We could not think of people better suited to fill these roles than Tyler and Mollie,” said CoH VP of Corporate and Community Philanthropy and Engagement T.J. Isaacs. “Both have been fierce supporters of this organization and truly understand the impact that it can have on not only an individual, but on the community. We are certain that under their leadership, Future Hope will continue to reach up-and-coming professionals who want to make a difference.”

“We at the City of Hope’s Music, Film and Entertainment Industry group are all so very proud of what Future Hope is doing," added MFEI Board President (and President, North America at UMPG) Evan Lamberg. "They are continuing to conduct and organize themselves in a way that is positioning their fundraising, and awareness, for the City of Hope on a grand scale. Congratulations to Tyler Barth and Mollie Lehman on being named Future Hope’s first Co-Presidents and showing their outstanding leadership.”

Go here to learn more about Future Hope.


*Photo taken by Ryan Hartford @eclipticphoto

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