Past Speakers; Current Year

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2018

Apr 11 Bea Blahing, “The Indigenous Peoples of Mindanao”
Apr 4 Ambassador Tom Niles, “My Perspective on Foreign Affairs Today”
Mar 28 Larry Doyle, Financial Regulation Expert, “Are the Wall Street Police Protecting You?”
Mar 21 CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER
Mar 14 Lou Del Bianco, Actor, “Out of Rushmore’s Shadow: The Luigi Del Bianco Story” (Grandson and namesake of chief carver of Mount Rushmore presidential monument)
Mar 7 CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER. Moved to May 2nd.
Feb 28 Hugh Price, Former President of the National Urban League, “This African-American Life: From Valley Forge to Civil Rights”
Feb 21 Ann Meyerson, Museum Curator, “An American Odyssey: The Jewish Experience in Greenwich”
Feb 14 Stephen Roach, economist, “A World Turned Inside Out: Pitfalls of a New Globalization”
Feb 7 John Donovan, Executive Communications Consultant, “Berlin, Cuba and Vietnam in the Sixties: Connections with Today’s Culture” (Son of James Donovan, U.S. negotiator, played by Tom Hanks in film “Bridge of Spies”)
Jan 31 Bettina Wohlforth, Audiologist, “I Think I Have a Hearing Problem, Now What Do I Do?”
Jan 24 Les deVilliers, Safari Leader, Conservationist & Wildlife Photographer, “Gorillas in Our Midst; Tracking Gorillas in the Virunga Mountains of Rwanda”
Jan 17 Robert Robins, “Understanding the 25th Amendment: The Disabled President”
Jan 10 Vanessa Richards, Assistant U.S. Attorney, CT, and Jeremy Tendler, Postal Inspector, “National Security, Cyber Crimes and the Dark Web – Federal Government Actions”
Jan 3 Art Gottlieb, Political and Military Historian, “Was the Atomic Bomb Justified?”