Future Speakers

Please click on a speaker’s name to see an advance flyer about the talk and some biographical information:


June 19 Stephen Meskers, CT House of Representatives, District 150,  “State of the State: Connecticut Crossroads to Growth”
June 26 Larry Kantor, Economist, former Managing Director and Head of Research at Barclays Capital: “The Economy, Financial Markets and the Fed – Where Do We Go From Here?”
July 3 Gary Rossi, VP- Security at Fidelity Global Security: “Practical Tips to Ensure Personal Security and Avoid Cyber Crime”
July 10 Jennifer Pehr, Architect with expertise in urban planning and land use, Associate, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill:  “Sustainable Land Use”
July 17 Nelson Tebbe, Professor of Law at Cornell University: “Recent Supreme Court Decisions”
July 24  
July 31 George Ubogy, Pianist and Raconteur: “A Passion for Music Part IV”
Aug 7 Patricia Chadwick, Founder and President of Ravensgate, Author of “Little Sister: A Memoir -From Life in a Cult to Live on Wall Street,” Her rise from the sequestered Catholic community of her childhood to the higher echelons of the world of finance and investing.
Aug 14 Aleksandr Y. Troyb, Esq, Stamford attorney with expertise in immigration and real estate: “Myths about Immigration Rules”
Aug 21 Francis Morrone, Architectural Historian: “The Historic Buildings of Central Greenwich”
Aug 28 Mark Albertson, Military Historian: “The Rise of Stalin”
Sept 4 Page Knox, Ph.D., “The Triumph of Romanticism: Reflections on the Delacriox exhibition at the Met and the Louvre”
Sept 11 Asha Ranagappa, Senior Lecturer at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, “How Russia’s active measure, social media and our political polarization are eroding democracy”
Sept 18 Philip McKnight, faculty of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, MA and adjunct professor of environmental law and environmental history at Williams College: “The Shakespeare Nobody Knows”
Sept 25 Daryl Hawk, International documentary photographer: “Columbia: Light at the Edge of the World”
Oct 2 Donna De Verona, Olympic medalist in swimming: “Olympics”
Oct 9  
Oct 16 Greenwich Reads Together; Selected book is “Farenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury
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