Wanted: Faculty or staff for community book-talk presentations
UW-Green Bay alumnus Brian Simons, who has returned to the community as executive director of the Brown County Library system, is wondering if any faculty and staff members from his alma mater would be interested in helping out a new initiative. For 2016, the Brown County Library is planning three different book discussion programs — each program consisting of three talks each, on three separate books all related to financial education. (At three different branches: Howard, De Pere and Ashwaubenon.) So, there are nine different opportunities for someone with professional expertise or skills as a moderator to lead at least one of the discussion sessions. The first book is The Opposite of Spoiled by Ron Lieber. Interested in being a discussion leader? Email Brian.