Guy Crosby

Guy Crosby earned a B.S. degree in chemistry from the University of New Hampshire, and a Ph. D. degree in organic chemistry from Brown University, followed by two years of postdoctoral study at Stanford University. Crosby combined his expertise in organic chemistry with food science working with companies ranging from startups in Silicon Valley to […]

Anna Ornstein

Anna Ornstein – Dr. Ornstein received her medical degree in Heidelberg, Germany. She completed her psychiatric and child psychiatric training at the University of Cincinnati. Currently she is Professor Emerita of Child Psychiatry at that University and Lecturer in Psychiatry at Harvard University. Dr. Ornstein is a graduate of the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. She […]

Gary Keimach

Gary Keimach, Senior Vice President, Martignetti Companies. Gary is leading the company’s national initiative as an importer and supplier of fine spirits for Classic Imports, a wholly owned subsidiary of Martignetti Companies, Norwood, MA. Gary received the honor of “Keeper of the Quaich” in Scotland in April 2013 in recognition of his contributions to the […]

America’s Food and the Reality of Sustainable Food Systems

Tuesday, April 29, 7:30 p.m., Wayland Middle School. Join speaker, Guy Crosby, Ph.D., CFS – Professor, Educator, Author, Scientist and Certified Foodie – who has more than 40 years in the food business for “America’s Food – from Farm to Fork – and the Reality of Sustainable Food Systems”. As a scientist and student of food production, he is […]

Malt Whiskey Tasting Fundraiser

Sunday, May 18, 2014, 5 p.m., Sandy Burr Country Club, 103 Cochituate Rd., Wayland, MA. Come out and learn all about malt whiskey while supporting the Walden Forum! First come first serve. Participation will be limited.  $125 donation per person, which is a tax-deductible donation to Walden Forum. Join the Walden Forum for a special […]

Lessons from the Holocaust: Remembering the Past and Looking to the Future

Wednesday, May 28, 2014, 7:30 p.m., Wayland Middle School Auditorium, 201 Main St., Wayland, MA. Join the Walden Forum for a discussion with Dr. Anna Ornstein, MD, Professor of Child Psychiatry, Author, Lecturer, and Holocaust survivor. Ornstein: “Every survivor of a disaster, whether natural or man-made, feels lucky.  Those of us who survived the Holocaust are only […]

From Professor Henry (Jake) Jacoby, Ph.D, MIT

“My topic, the explosion in recent years in the use of hydraulic fracking in oil and gas development, is highly controversial. The Forum participants were both interested in the details of the technology and passionate in their questioning of its economic and environmental effects. It was a rare opportunity to explore these issues with such […]

Len Schlesinger

He came to Babson from Limited Brands, based in Columbus, Ohio, where he served in executive positions from 1999–2007, most recently as Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer. From 1985–1988, he was Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Au Bon Pain. His academic career includes twenty years at Harvard Business School where he […]

Fatemeh Haghighatjoo

Fatemeh Haghighatjoo, The “Lion Woman’’ of Iran – A visiting scholar at UMass Boston. Dr. Haghighatjoo has held academic positions at MIT, Harvard, and the University of Connecticut. Dr. Haghighatjoo is an expert in Iran’s internal affairs and an advocate of human rights, women’s rights, and democracy.  In Iran, she was a member of Iran’s […]

March 4, 2014: To Frack or Not to Frack

March 4, 2014 @ 7:30 p.m, First Parish, 50 Cochituate Road, Wayland. Speaker: Henry D. (Jake) Jacoby – Professor, Educator, Author and Researcher. Join the Walden Forum for a discussion, “To Frack or Not to Frack: the Shale Gas Revolution and Its Discontents“, with Jake Jacoby, Professor of Management, Emeritus in the MIT Sloan School of Management […]