Future Speakers

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


Jan 22 Dr. Bruce McGibbon, Director of Radiation Oncology for the Smilow Cancer Care Center in Greenwich and Assistant Professor of Therapeutic Radiology at Yale School of Medicine: “Advances in Radiology Therapy in Cancer”
Jan 29 Howard Husock, Senior Fellow, Contributing Editor, City Journal, Manhattan Institute, Author of “Who Killed Civil Society? The Rise of Big Government and the Decline of Bourgeois Norms”“Effective Ways to Lift People Out of Poverty”
Feb 5 Tom Shachtman, Author: “The Founding Fortunes; How the Wealthy Paid for and Profited from America’s Revolution”

Community Discussion Group with Tom Shachtman at Greenwich Library at from 2:00 – 3:30 PM – “Money and Wealth in Politics, Past and Present”  Registration required: Use the Library’s online calendar.

Feb 12 Alan Barry, Ph.D., Commissioner, Human Services, Town of Greenwich, “Safety Net To Self Sufficiency: Narrowing The Wealth Gap.”  
Feb 19 Katie Deluca, AICP (American Institute of Certified Planners), Director of Planning and Zoning and Town Planner, Town of Greenwich:  “Implementing the Plan of Conservation and Development”
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Mar 4 Amy Siebert, Director of Public Works, Town of Greenwich: “Greenwich Public Works: What Does the Future Hold?”
Mar 11 Harold T. Shapiro, Ph.D., Economist, Past President of Michigan University and Princeton University, Past Chairman of National Bioethics Advisory Commission: “Difficult Choices: Selected Genetic Engineering Issues and Whether to Engineer Ourselves and Our Progeny”
Mar 18 Stephen Holmes, Ph.D., Physicist, Fermilab high energy particle physicist: “What’s Out There and Where’s It Going – The 20th Century Revolution in Cosmology”

Community Discussion Group with Steve Holmes at the Greenwich Library, 2:00 to 3:30 PM: “The 20th Century Revolution in Cosmology”  Registration required. Use the Library’s on-line calendar.

Mar 25 Andrew S. Winston, globally recognized advisor, writer and speaker on sustainable business: “Mega Trends and the Big Pivot; Profit and Innovation in a Hotter, Scarcer, More Open Connected World”
April 1 Jim Knox, Zoologist and Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo’s Curator of Education, “Saving Animals from Extinction: Tales of Species Recovery in Connecticut and Beyond.
April 8 Dwight Chapin, RMA Member and former Personal Assistant to President Nixon: “Martin Luther King Assassination and Funeral – A Unique Perspective”
April 15 Roberto Lenton, Ph.D., Hydrology and Water Resource Systems, Chair, Board of Governors, International Water Management Institute, Sri Lanka; and Daugherty Distinguished Fellow, Robert Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute, University of Nebraska, “Food, Water and Global Development”
April 22 Bill Howell, President & CEO, Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC,) “Military Medical Research: The Past and Future of Battlefield Care”
April 29 Ambassador Clark T. Randt, Jr., Retired United States Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China from 2001 until 2009; “China and US-China Relations”
May 6 Joseph Polisi, former President of the Julliard School
May 13 The Melody Men: singing performance
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June 3