Tickets on Sale for 10th New Albany Lecture Series

Tickets are on sale for the New Albany Community Foundation’s New Albany Lecture Series which kicks-off its 10th anniversary season on October 18 with Deepak Chopra, MD, a pioneer in integrative medicine and best-selling author, addressing a sold-out crowd. Tickets are available for future lectures from international experts in fields ranging from civil discourse and social justice to national security and health and wellness. Since the foundation launched the series in 2012 to promote lifelong learning and civil discourse it has grown to national prominence with sought-after speakers and panelists. READ MORE

 To date, more than 44,000 community members and 26,000 students representing 50 central Ohio high schools have participated. The lectures are held at The Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts, 100 E. Dublin Granville Road. Season sponsors include Abercrombie & Fitch, AEP Foundation and Battelle. “Our focus remains on providing opportunities for adults and students to hear different perspectives and life experiences from compelling speakers, said Craig Mohre, president of The New Albany Community Foundation.

Fox News’ Bret Baier, chief political anchor and author, discusses American history on February 16. Global economic analyst, Rana Foroohar, moderates a debate between economic experts, Dr. Arthur Laffer, an advisor to President Reagan, and former U.S. Labor Secretary, Robert Reich, offer divergent viewpoints on the economy on March 8. The series concludes on June 6 with a national security discussion moderated by Jim Sciutto, CNN’s chief national security correspondent, and featuring General John F. Kelly, former Secretary of Homeland Security and White House advisor, alongside Admiral James Stavridis, NATO’s 16th Supreme Allied Commander.