Thu, Jul 25 | Spur East

Transitioning to The Hamptons

Are you thinking of moving to The Hamptons part/full-time? Have questions about the education options? Want to meet other families who have made the move? Trying to figure out the logistics and business opportunities? Well this event is for you.
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Transitioning to The Hamptons

Time & Location

Jul 25, 2019, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Spur East, 44 Three Mile Harbor Rd, East Hampton, NY 11937, USA

About the Event

Are you thinking of moving to The Hamptons part/full-time?  Have questions about the education options?  Want to meet other families who have made the move?  Trying to figure out the logistics and business opportunities?  Well this event is for you.

We have organized this cocktail reception to meet other families who have made the move, and hear directly from their experience.  There will be information shared on schooling options, and how to make your move as seamless as possible.

Hosted, by The Spur, The Hamptons innovation hub and co-working space.  Sponsored by Ross School, StayMarquis, Suburban Jungle, Stony Brook Hospital and The YMCA.

Agenda:

6:00 - 6:30 Welcome drinks

6:30 - 7:30 Presentations

7:30 - 9:00 Mixer

There will be four speakers at the Event, each presenting for 15 minutes, followed by cocktails and mixer. The speaker bios are below:

Ashley John Heather, a NY-LON based entrepreneur moved his family to Water Mill in 2014.  His wife, Diana and three children Khloe (10), Lola (8) and Dash (5) have not looked back.  His family were looking for a better life/work balance and The Hamptons became their new full-time home.  In 2017 Ashley and Diana launched The Spur, a co-working space and innovation hub to encourage Hampton's based entrepreneurs to work together and help drive their businesses forward.  Over 200 members have since joined The Spur community its grows across the East End.  Of course suburban life is not complete without the family pets, Chester a Goldendoolde, Pippa a rescue cat and betta fish Diamond.

Alison Bernstein is the President and Founder of The Suburban Jungle, a real estate firm exclusively focused on buyers leaving the city for the suburbs. Recognizing how different neighboring towns can be from one another and how little families learn about a community during the home search, Alison launched Suburban Jungle, helping buyers navigate suburbia, and understand the ins and outs of towns before making their decision. She had personally experienced these challenges while undertaking her own suburban search, and strived to bring that unique expertise to Suburban Jungle families. When she’s not helping families in their suburban explorations, Alison enjoys traveling, skiing and tennis as well as spending time at home with her husband and four young children… and huge dog.

Jason Warnick brings 16 years of experience working in independent, private schools to his role at Ross. Initially a teacher, coach, dorm parent, and dean, Jason has spent the last 14 years in enrollment management and advancement. He served as Executive Director of Enrollment and Director of External Engagement and Alumni Relations for Hyde Schools in Connecticut and Maine. Jason earned his BA from Wheaton College in Massachusetts and an MA in Communications with a concentration on New Media and Marketing from the University of Southern New Hampshire. Jason enjoys reading, cycling, fly-fishing, and spending time with his wife and four sons.

J.P. Reilly, MD graduated from Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dr. Reilly trained in internal medicine at NYU Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital. In 2018 Dr. Reilly joined Stony Brook Cardiology faculty practice at Southampton Hospital to continue to grow the cardiac services offered at the east end of Long Island. He intends to bring his experience and expertise to an already thriving, high quality practice. Dr. Reilly is a recognized thought leader in the cardiology and interventional cardiology community. He is an invited speaker for national society meetings, ACC, AHA, and SCAI. He has also been invited as international faculty as an ACC and SCAI representative. He has served on several committees for SCAI. He is currently the chairman for the society's public relations committee. 

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