Future Speakers

Speaker programs are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!  RMA speaker presentations are presented as a community service at no cost to in-person or Zoom attendees, regardless of gender. The programs begin at 11 AM.  Plan your arrival so you are seated by that time.  They conclude at noon.

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

To search for a speaker or topic, click the “Crtl” and “F” keys at the same time. A “Search Document” box will be displayed. Type the name or topic of your search. Your computer will highlight the first mention of your search.

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.


June 19 Larry Kantor, PhD., Economist; “Prospects for the economy and inflation, and what it means for the Fed and financial markets”
June 26 Alexis Voulgaris, Moderator, Greenwich Representative Town Meeting; “The Representative Town Meeting: An Overview of Our Local Legislative Body”
July 3 Anastasia Mills Healy, Author; “100 Things to Do in Connecticut before You Die” and “Secret Connecticut”
July 10 Foster Hirsch, PhD., Professor of film at Brooklyn College. Author of a new book “Hollywood and the Movies of the Fifties”
July 17 Panel on Aging
July 24 Phillip Dodd, Historian, author, “An American Renaissance: Beaux-arts Architecture in New York City.”
July 31 Joie Cooney, Rye Historical Society, “Native Americans in Rye”
Aug 7 No RMA meeting
Aug 14 Daniel Schulman, Author, “The Money Kings: The Epic Story of the Jewish Immigrants Who Transformed Wall Street and Shaped Modern America”
Aug 21  
Aug 28  
Sept 4 Thomas Graham, Ph.D., Political Science, Senior Fellow, Jackson Institute, Yale University, Managing Director, Kissinger Associates, Author: “Getting Russia Right”
Sept 11 No meeting. RMA Picnic on Thursday, September 12
Sept 18 Ted Aldrich, Author of “The Partnership”; “It’s Complicated: The decision by the United States on how – not if – to use the atomic bomb during World War II” (not the subject of his book)
Sept 25 David G. Hawkins, Director, Climate Programs, Natural Resources Defense Council
Oct 2  
Oct 9 RMA 70th Anniversary Celebration
Oct 16 David Hunt, Retired senior CIA officer; “USA/China? Taiwan: The Deeper Regrettable Reality”
Oct 23  
Oct 30  
Nov 6  
Nov 13 RMA Banquet – No Speaker
Nov 20  
Nov 27  
Dec 4  
Dec 11  
Dec 18  
Dec 25 No Meeting – Happy Holidays!
Jan 1 No Meeting – Happy New Year!
Jan 8