Paolo Zampolli hosts oceans event at Kennedy Center

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Ambassador Paolo Zampolli and his wife Amanda Ungaro hosted a party in honor of the world’s oceans last week in D.C. at the Kennedy Center’s new expansion, the Reach.

The event was in honor of June 8th’s World Oceans Day — which fell on June 8 — and was attended by D.C. elite and international dignitaries including Rhode Island senator and chair of the Senate Oceans Caucus, Sheldon Whitehouse, Flavio Bolsanoro, a Brazilian senator and son of the Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro, and actor-turned-crypto-currency guru Brock Pierce.

Zampolli, a modelling agent and real estate guru, recently joined the board of the Kennedy Center. He also recently moved to D.C.

We’re told Kathleen Kennedy Townsend made a surprise appearance on stage and spoke for nearly 30 minutes.

According to guests, the oldest daughter of Bobby and Ethel Kennedy gave a touching speech about how much her uncle and Kennedy Center namesake, JFK, loved the oceans and how pleased he would have been that the Center had hosted the event.

According to the center’s Web site, the Reach is, “a place where visitors, audiences, and artists can come together for collaboration, experimentation, and exploration in the spirit of President Kennedy’s vision for a new frontier for the arts.”

Many of its spaces “have been named after historical and personal moments in his life as an expression of our role as his living memorial.”

The $250-million, 4.6-acre Reach opened in September 2019 with over 500 performances and events spread across two weeks of celebration.

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