NEW YORK: Honoring the 1997 Sports Foundation's Sportswoman of the Year and International Women's Sports Hall of Fame inductees at the Women's Sports Foundation's 18th Annual "Salute to Women in Sports: Girls Can Do . . . Anything," at the Waldorf Astoria were (l. to r.): Julie Foudy, U.S. Soccer team; Kathy O'Connell-Johnson, group director, women's sports marketing, Reebok International; and Lisa Fernandez, 1996 Olympic gold medalist, U.S. Softball.
NEW YORK: Gathering at the Museum of Modern Art for the premiere of a National Geographic Society presentation called "Exploration" are (l. to r.): Reg Murphy, president-CEO, National Geographic Society; Bill Sullivan, senior VP-director of advertising, Rolex; Bill Sandburg, advertising and promotion manager, Rolex; and Scott Crystal, VP-advertising director, National Geographic Society.
BURLINGAME, CALIF.: Inducted into Upside's Hall of Fame at its eighth anniversary party, held at the Kohl Mansion, were (l. to r.): Regis McKenna, founder of the McKenna Group and author of "Real Time"; David Bunnell, president-CEO, Upside; Jack Kilby, inventor of the silicon chip and former director of engineering and technology at Texas Instruments; Gordon Moore, co-founder, Intel Corp.; and Don Valentine, founder, Sequoia Capital.
NEW YORK: Celebrating at Restaurant 147 for Bacardi and Vogue's "The Look of Limon," a four-page section in the magazine's November issue (l. to r.): Ron Galotti, publisher, Vogue; Rod Simmons, marketing manager, Bacardi-Martini USA; , Carlos Ribas, assistant marketing manager; and Celio Romanach, group marketing manager, at Bacardi.
NEW YORK: Receiving Pantene Pro-V "Shining Example" Awards for their charitable contributions at the Ford Agency's 50th anniversary party from Kevin Hall (far l.), marketing director, Procter & Gamble Co.'s Pantene brand, were Ford models