Future Speakers

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

2020

Feb 26 Fred Camillo, First Selectman of Greenwich, “Greenwich’s Future: A Vision for the Next Decade”
Mar 4 Amy Siebert, Director of Public Works, Town of Greenwich: “Greenwich Public Works: What Does the Future Hold?”
Mar 11 Donna Spellman, Director of River House Adult Day Center: “Dimentia Friends”
Mar 18 Stephen Holmes, Ph.D., 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 World is Round, but the Universe is Flat – What’s going on here?”  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, “The Julliard School, Cultural Diplomacy and the Global Future of the Arts”
May 13 The Melody Men: performance by RMA’s own singers
May 20 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”
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June 24 Ed Miller, Johns Hopkins University, Dean of the Medical faculty,  Chief Executive Officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine from 1997 to 2012: “Past and Future of Medical Schools and the Health Care System”
July 1