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.


Mar 29 C. Griffith Mann, Ph.D., Michel David-Weill Curator in Charge of the Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters; “Unicorns and Heroes: John D. Rockefeller, Jr. and Tapestries at The Met Cloisters”
Apr 5 U.S. Congressman Jim Himes, representing Connecticut’s 4th district; “Report from Washington D.C.”
Apr 12 Jose Niell, Piano Recital with commentary
Apr 19 C. Flemming Heilmann, business executive, philanthropist, author and translator of Halfdan Lefevre’s “The Men In Denmark’s Freedom Council”, the story of the Danish resistance movement that saved thousands of lives during WWII.
Apr 26 Robert Wolterstorff, director of the Bruce Museum; “The New Bruce”
May 3 Andrew Woelflein, Presiding Trustee, Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection, Brown University; “The WWII Art & Letters of John Cullen Murphy; an American Soldier-Artist in the Pacific Theater and Longtime Greenwich Resident After the War.”
May 10 John Blankley, RMA member, entrepreneur, politician, history major at Oxford University; “What Would Alexis de Tocqueville Say About Democracy in America Today?”
May 17 Peter McCornick, Ph.D., Professor of biological systems engineering & Executive Director of Water for Food Institute, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. “Global Water Shortage Crises and Their Impact On Food Production in the Western US and Other Countries”
May 24 RMA’s Melody Men singers!
May 31 Howard Husock, Vice President for policy research at the Manhattan Institute and Senior Fellow in Domestic Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute where he focuses on municipal government, urban housing policy, civil society and philanthropy, on his new book: “The Poor Side of Town: And Why We Need It”
June 7 Larry Kantor, Ph.D., Economist; “The Current Economic Outlook”
June 14 Gregg Pascal Zachary, Professor of Practice, Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes, Arizona State University School for the Future and Innovation, on his biography: “Endless Frontier: Vannevar Bush, Engineer of the American Century” Zoom presentation
June 21 Panel Discussion, “The Dangers of Prostate Cancer in Older Men”
Facilitated by Dr. Jeff Puglisi, internist Greenwich Hospital, Partner, Glenville Medical Concierge Care, Specialized clinical interests in men’s health and cardiovascular disease prevention. President, Greenwich Medical Society since 2006.
Dr. Bruce McGibbon, Yale School of Medicine/Greenwich Hospital.
Associate Professor of Clinical Therapeutic Radiation; Medical Director, Greenwich Hospital Radiation Oncology.
Dr. Daniel Petrylak, Yale School of Medicine/Greenwich Hospital.
Professor of Medicine (Medical Oncology) and Urology; Chief, Genitourinary Oncology, Smilow Cancer Hospital.
Dr. Gerald Portman, Yale School of Medicine/Greenwich Hospital.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology.
June 28 Stephen Meskers, CT State Representative for the 150th district, Chair of Commerce Committee.
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