Princeton’s alumni meet on Friday, February 25, to hear some intriguing speakers including Marc Freedman, not an alumnus, but founder and CEO of Civic Ventures, author of
“Prime Time: How Baby Boomers will Revolutionize Retirement and Transform America” and “Encore: Finding Work That Matters in the Second Half of Life.” If you are not an alum, you won’t be turned away, and here is the schedule.
Michael Griffith, CEO of Laureate Pharma, speaks for ACG-NJ on Thursday, March 3 at the Westin Princeton.
Some stellar speakers have signed up for Princeton chamber dates:
Breakfast on March 23: The Honorable Helen E. Hoens, New Jersey Supreme Court Justice and Eden Institute parent, “Stumbling Blocks or Stepping Stones — One Woman’s Path to the Supreme Court.”
Lunch on May 5: Stig Leschly, Newark Charter School Fund, Inc. Leschly, the son of pharma exec Jan Leschly, made his own independent fortune with a rare book company that he sold to Amazon. Now he puts his energy into helping educate Newark’s children.
Breakfast on June 15: Nan Keohane, Laurance S. Rockefeller Distinguished Visiting Professor of Public Affairs, Princeton University, and former president of Duke and Wellesley, will speak on Thinking About Leadership, the subject of her recently published book.