Future Speakers

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


If you wish to attend a speaker session by webinar, please Click Here. Speakers start at 11 AM.  If you wish to be added to the RMA email list announcing each program, please Click Here to send your request to RMA’s Publicity Chairman.

Jan 19 Karen Dynan, Professor of the Practice of Economics at Harvard University, formerly Economist of the US Department of the Treasury; “What’s Next for the U.S. Economy? Prospects for Growth, Jobs, and Inflation”
Jan 26 Anka Badurina, Ph.D., Cultural Anthropology, Executive Director, Building One Community: The Center for Immigrant Opportunity, Stamford; “Immigration Today: Myths and Facts”
Feb 2 Steve Katz, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Healthcare Policy and Management, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and President and Certified Manager of Sterling Care; “Successfully Aging at Home and in Our Community”
Feb 9 Basil Hero, former award-winning investigative reporter with NBC News and author on his new book “The Mission of a Lifetime: Lessons Learned from the Men Who Went to the Moon”
Feb 16 Steve Meskers, State Representative, District 150 of the Connecticut General Assembly, “Economic Development in Post-COVID Connecticut”
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”
Mar 2 Dwight Chapin, RMA member and personal assistant to President Nixon, on his book; The President’s Man: The Memoirs of Nixon’s Trusted Aide
Mar 9 Phil Grucci, President and CEO of Fireworks by Grucci; “History of Fireworks and the Role of Grucci”
Mar 16 Ryan Fazio, State Senator, District 36 of the Connecticut State Senate, “Challenges Facing Connecticut’s State Legislature”
Mar 23 Robert Henrey, Lecturer on historical encounters between the West and Asian cultures and former international tax and financial consultant; “China 1981”
Mar 30 Andrew Winston, globally recognized advisor, writer, and speaker on sustainable business, “Net Positive: Building Businesses That Profit in Volatile Times by Solving the World’s Problems”
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”
Apr 13 Dr Jun Xu, Chiropractor, Greenwich resident, President and founder of Africa Cries Out, a humanitarian organization that provides education and medical care for people in Senegal; “Africa Cries Out”
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