Ten years ago, the Haverford Speaker Series for Women® began as an idea. More than thirty events and over 3,500 participants later, this idea has evolved into a movement and a mission, illustrating how a small action can have a big impact. As we reflect on the past decade and look towards the next ten years, we are focusing this year’s programming on the Quality connections at the heart of this thriving mission. We’ve invited some of our favorite friends back to speak this year and asked them to bring along a friend of their own. We hope you, too, will introduce a friend to the Series this year. Join us in celebrating and expanding the Quality connections in your network as we learn about small changes we can make in our own lives that can have a lasting impact.
See below for our 2020 lineup and click here to view a brief video about the Haverford Speaker Series for Women.
Thursday, March 19
5:00 – 7:00 PM
The Haverford Trust Company
Investing On Tap: What’s Your Money Story?
Students, professionals, and friends between the ages of 21 and 40 are invited to join us for drinks and discussion about your relationship with your finances and how it was formed.
Limited seating available. Inquire for your invitation.
Friday, May 15
12:00 – 2:00 PM
Put Your Oxygen Mask on First: Prioritizing Self Care
Dr. Marisa Weiss returns to the Series with Dr. Erin O’Malley Tysko to discuss the importance of taking care of yourself. They will show us how making minor changes and purposeful decisions can result in an improvement in your overall balance, both physically and emotionally.
Tuesday, October 6
4:00 – 6:00 PM
Sheraton Valley Forge
Growing Up: How Relationships Evolve Over Time
Bestselling author Lisa Scottoline spoke with us nearly a decade ago about the lessons she learned regarding personal responsibility through her relationship with her mother. She will be bringing back her humor, along with her daughter, author and columnist Francesca Serritella, to share current insights about the relationships that form us, change us, and teach us about life.