Since assuming my role at Seabourn, I have been humbled and honored by the number of former P&G colleagues who have reached out expressing their curiosity and desire to sail with us. This overwhelming response inspired me and my team to create something special—exclusively for you.

At Seabourn, we pride ourselves on being an ultra-luxury cruise line that caters to extraordinary individuals seeking out-of-the-ordinary experiences. You, my dear friends, are the epitome of such remarkable people. Highly intellectual, endlessly curious, elegant yet genuine, down to earth, and real.

Therefore, it is my great pleasure to extend an exclusive discount code to all our former P&G colleagues as I truly believe you would find your “home away from home” with Seabourn. I would love nothing more than to welcome you aboard our luxurious ships to indulge in the finest experiences the world has to offer. Please use the discount code PANDG for a 20% special discount on top of our public offer on all expedition voyages OR a 10% discount on all regular cruises. You can book online or through our dedicated Personal Cruise Consultant for all P&G friends:

  1. Debra Patrick
  2. Phone: 800-929-4747 Option 15 or EXT 29482
  3. Email: DPatrick@Seabourn.com

I really hope you enjoy this opportunity to embark on a voyage of discovery, relax amidst luxury, and create cherished memories with loved ones, all with highly curated, warm, and authentic Seabourn signature service enhanced by many surprise and delight flashes that we call “Seabourn Moments.” Of course, I can’t wait to hear back from you. You won’t find anything like the value of ultra-luxury Seabourn experiences, where everything is included in the price: fine dining, premium wines and beverages, Wi-Fi, onboard entertainment, and shore excursions on expedition ships. Gratuities are neither required nor expected.

We look forward to welcoming you onboard and showering you with our well-known “Seabourn Moments” which really are YOUR Moments designed only for YOU.

Warm regards,

Natalya Leahy

P.S. I can’t resist sharing one of our incredible videos – you’ll wish you were sailing tomorrow!

For more updates and live stories, please feel free to follow Seabourn on Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook. You can also follow me @NatalyaLeahy for my personal take!

Don’t miss this incredible DC23 Conference and our panel discussion.

P&G CEO Jon Moeller will share remarks on what it means to meet this moment. We will celebrate our seven Alumni Awardees following which Howard University’s Afro Blue a cappella jazz ensemble will take the stage. It will be a night to be remembered! Don’t miss!

A limited number of gala-only tickets are available.

Doors will open at 6:30pm on Saturday 11/4 for a gallery viewing of work by Judy Chicago, Frida Kahlo, Amy Sherald, Georgia O’Keeffe as well as an ambitious new exhibition: “The Sky’s the Limit,” and other newly acquired artwork. Dress Code: Cocktail.

Join us at the Global Conference 2023: "Meeting the Moment"

Of Note: LAST CALL for negotiated room rates at the hotels is Friday. The Renaissance just converted to a WESTIN last week. There are other Westins in DC. Be sure to use the address upon arrival to avoid confusion Westin Washington DC Downtown – 999 9th ST NW.

The “Leaders Under 40 to Watch” Committee, the P&G Alumni Network Conference Committee, and the P&G Alumni Network Board extend their sincere congratulations!   

2021 Global Conference: Fireside Chat: An Inclusive World with Katie Couric and Marc S. Pritchard 

Marc Pritchard, Chief Brand Officer of Procter & Gamble, sat down with renowned award-winning journalist Katie Couric, founder of Katie Couric Media, to share their vision of a fairer and more equitable world through media and advertising. Pritchard mentioned of how P&G, as the world’s largest advertiser, strives to portray diversity in its messages to reach everyone. 

Couric concurred and spoke of the importance of accurate portrayals, images, and representation, influenced by the work of Mahzarin Banaji, on how are brains are hardwired to make associations and connections and that we must not simply allow white men to be associated with positions of powers. She spoke of growing up with women only portrayed as stay-at-home moms and having to insist that she would not just cover cooking or fashion shows. “We need to see more diversity in positions of power, decision-making positions”, stressed Couric. 

This talk was presented during the 2021 Alumni Network Global Conference.