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The Men's Breakfast

The Men’s Breakfast takes place on the second Thursday of each month (September-May); breakfast is served at 7:15 a.m. in the large Fellowship Hall, and the featured speaker concludes no later than 8:30 a.m. Women are welcome to attend.

Payment for breakfast is made at the door ($7 per person). 

Questions? Please Contact Jack Williams by calling 804.347.4435 or sending him an email.

 

Coming up:

On March 13, Mary Doswell of Dominion will speak about alternative energy.

What is the future of alternative energy in our region? You can hear about it from an expert when Mary Doswell, Senior Vice President of Retail and Alternative Energy at Dominion, speaks at the Men’s Breakfast this month. Mary, who has been with Dominion for 29 years, joined its Virginia Power subsidiary as an economist. She has held leadership positions in regulation, market research, forecasting, market analysis and many other areas, and was named to her current post last month. Mary received her B.A. in physics cum laude from Mount Holyoke College, and a master’s degree in Materials Engineering, with a concentration in econometrics, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She also attended the Darden Executive Development Program at the University of Virginia Graduate School of Business.

Mary's bio is here. 

The schedule for 2013-2014

September 12 | Parishioner Doug Carleton speaks on his work with SCORE, through which working and retired executives and business owners donate their time and expertise as business counselors.

October 10 | Mike O'Toole, Facilities and Events Coordinator at the University of Richmond, speaks on the renovation of the Robins Center.

November 14 | Charlie Bryan, retired Director of Virginia Historical Society and current partner at Bryan & Jordan Consulting, LLC, discusses the devastation wrought by the flu epidemic of the early 20th century.

December 12 | Ruddy Rose, member of St. Stephen’s, discusses the work of the Virginia Poison Center.

January 9 | Robin Miller, local developer, speaks about projects with which he is involved to bring back to life particular areas in our city.

February 13 | Ted Elmore, partner at Hunton & Williams and president of Richmond BridgePark Foundation, talks about that project.

March 13 | Mary Doswell, Senior Vice President at Dominion, speaks about alternative energy.

April  10 | George Ross discusses plans for redeveloping waterfront property just west of Rockett’s Landing.

May 8 | Dan Balfour, retired judge and avid Civil War historian, talks about why the Civil War is still of interest to so many people.