The first book for the 2017-18 YW-CT Book Groups is Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Irin Carmon and Shana Knizhnik.
This list of hosts and dates for the first book group discussions are below. Anyone is welcome to join in at any time! If you have not signed up for the book group, please email me (email@example.com) and we can get you added to the group.
General rules of thumb:
- Gatherings are pot luck per the hostess’s instructions
- At each meeting, we will be looking for volunteer hosts for the next meeting, so plan for that and setting the date for the next meeting
Book Group meetings will be held at the following dates and locations:
Fairfield County – Oct 1st at 6:00
Amy Van-Andel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
New Haven – Oct 1st at 7:00
Ina Silverman (email@example.com)
New Haven, CT
Hartford – Oct 8th at 6:30
Amy Levine (firstname.lastname@example.org)
New Haven - Oct 15th at 6:00
Anne Boucher (email@example.com)
The 5 books for the remainder of the year are:
Big Girls Don't Cry: The Election that Changed Everything for American Women by Rebecca Traister
Rules of Civility by Amor Towles
Can't we Talk about Something More Pleasant by Roz Chast
On Tyranny by Timothy Snider
Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes
Let the discussions begin!!
Please join YaleWomen Rhode Island for an evening of good food and conversation at The Red Dory, Tiverton, RI
Saturday, October 14th, 2017
9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Hera Hub DC, 5028 Wisconsin Ave NW, Suite 100, Washington, DC
(Friendship Heights or Tenleytown Metro)
Early bird registration ends September 18th
Quantum Leap: Networking To Achieve Your Dreams is designed to help you turn your bold, audacious dreams into achievable reality. At this event you will succinctly share your long-term goal and what you need to help you make a “quantum leap forward.” Other women will offer you ideas and resources to help you achieve your goal rapidly. With the amazing women in our community, you will access an extraordinary network of knowledge, experience and contacts to help you on your way.
A YaleWoman who is also a Harvard graduate enjoyed this event so much that she asked us to include Harvard alumnae this year. We agreed, and so this year Harvard women will join us, further expanding our community and enriching the range of support available to you.
YaleWoman Eleanor LeCain designed this event as an effective and fun way for women to support each other, so that we can enjoy greater personal success and greater impact in the world. She has offered this event for many women's groups where it has energized women in support of each other with amazing results.
If you are unsure of your long-term goal, come anyway; we have a process that can help you get more clarity.
This is a YaleWomen DC networking/lunch event open to all members of our community and to women graduates of Harvard.
Early bird ticket price is $30, which includes a catered lunch.
Questions? Please contact Eleanor LeCain, Founding Chair of YaleWomen DC at firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't miss our main event of the year! Register now!
With the recent re-naming of Calhoun College, interest in the life and work of Rear Admiral Grace Murray Hopper is high! Hopper earned her Ph.D. in Mathematics from Yale in 1934 and continued in a distinguished career in public service, the military and early computer science. Many of her papers and artifacts are housed at the Smithsonian. Yale graduate Peggy Kidwell will share some of the museum's collection and also speak about the life of Dr. Hopper. Casual lunch to follow, attendees to cover costs of their meal. To register, contact Larissa Leclair.
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!
Have you ever felt nervous or unprepared before a public speaking engagement? Join Steve Orr of Steve Orr Media for tips on how to become a more confident, concise and effective speaker. Workshop is free, but limited to nine participants.
Back by popular demand, YaleWomen Boston and YaleBoston are pleased to present an evening at the Ballet. We will be seeing Boston Ballet’s season premiere, Obsidian Tear. A co-production with The Royal Ballet, Obsidian Tear is a contemporary ballet program, choreographed by internationally renowned British choreographer, Wayne McGregor. Inspired by the symphonic poetry of acclaimed composer, Esa-Pekka Salonen and featuring an all male cast, Obsidian Tear highlights the physicality and emotion of ballet as this astonishing duo makes their North American premiere. The performance is also a world premiere by Boston Ballet’s resident choreographer Jorma Elo.