Looking for a speaker for your church, community, book, or student group? I’m available to talk to any size group, from college students on up, about the ethical (and if it’s a faith-based group, theological) issues raised by reproductive technologies, and/or other topics related to disability, faith, and parenting. I have gained a reputation for being an engaging speaker (even funny, despite the serious nature of my core topics), and would be happy to provide references from previous speaking engagements.
If your book group is interested in reading No Easy Choice, I’d love to join you in person or via Skype to discuss the book. I can also bring copies of the book with me to sell and sign at any speaking event. Just let me know approximately how many people will be attending.
Please contact me to discuss the possibilities. While speaking opportunities within a few-hour drive of my central Connecticut home are the easiest to manage, I am interested in opportunities further afield if we can work out the logistics.
Here’s what’s coming up:
May 4, 2013
“Speak Up: True Stories, Real People”?A live, noncompetitive storytelling event
Real Art Ways
56 Arbor Street
May 28 – 30, 2013
Paper presentation at the Second Annual Conference on Medicine and Religion:
“Providing Better Care for Patients Whose Faith Informs Reproductive Decisions around Screening for Genetic Conditions”
Sponsored by the Program on Medicine and Religion, University of Chicago
Thursday, May 30, 8 a.m.