Future Speakers

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2021

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Nov 24 No Meeting/No Program
Dec 1 Dr. Gregory Kramer, Town of Greenwich Tree Warden; “Managing Greenwich’s Parks and Trees”
Dec 8 Mark Contreras, President and CEO of Connecticut Public Broadcasting, affiliate for PBS and NPR in Connecticut; “The Growing Role of Public Media in Serving Local Communities”
Dec 15 Andrew Woelflein on the Invasion of Russia in 1812, an account based on the illustrated journal of French military officer Faber de Faur; “The Invasion of Russia in 1812”
Dec 22 Andrew Winston, globally recognized advisor, writer, and speaker on sustainable business, “Megatrends and the Big Pivot: Profit and Innovation in a Hotter, Scarcer, and more Open Connected World”
Dec 29 No Meeting/No Program
Jan 5 Melissa Brunet is our third in a series of five discussions about music and the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra by candidates for the position of conductor: Other candidates on Feb 23 and Apr 6: “Conductor’s Choice”
Jan 12 Steve Katz, Adjunct Assistant Professor – Healthcare Policy and Management, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and President and Certified Manager of Sterling Care; “Aging in Place: Health Care Options for the Elderly”  
Jan 19 Karen Dynan, Economist, Professor of the Practice, Harvard University, with expertise in fighting recession and reforming the safety net
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Feb 23 Joshua Gersen is our fourth in a series of five discussions about music and the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra by candidates for the position of conductor. Our fifth candidate will speak on April 6: “Conductor’s Choice”
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Apr 6 Ransom Wilson is our fifth in a series of five discussions about music and the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra by candidates for the position of conductor:  “Conductor’s Choice”