The following speakers have presented at PCW events during the past five years:

PCW Spring Speaker 2016

Brigid Schulte, Journalist and Author

Topic: “Overwhelmed: How to Work, Love & Play When No One Has the Time”

http://www.brigidschulte.com/


PCW Fall Speaker 2015

Jessica Lahey, Educator and Author

Topic: “The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed”

www.jessicalahey.com


PCW Orientation Speaker 2015

Dr. Patricia Lyons, Educator and Author, St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School

Topic: “Beyond Over-Parenting”

plyons@sssas.org


PCW Spring Speaker 2015

Ron Lieber, Journalist and Author

Topic: “How to Talk to Your Kids About Money”

http://ronlieber.com/


PCW 50th Anniversary Event & Fall Speaker 2014

Susan Cain, Author

Topic: “The Quiet Revolution”

http://www.quietrev.com/author/susan-cain/


PCW Orientation Speaker 2014

Dr. Patricia Lyons, Educator and Author, St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School

Topic: “The Soul of Success”

plyons@sssas.org


PCW Spring Forum 2014

Jesse Torrence, Executive Director of MINDS, Inc.

David Trachenberg, Program Director of MINDS, Inc.

Joslyn Hills, Founder of Slow Lunch

Alison Shulman, Founder of Slow Lunch

Topic: “Using Mindfulness to Cultivate Resilience, Focus, and Compassion at Home and at School”

http://mindsincorporated.org/

http://slow-lunch.com/


PCW Fall Speaker 2013

Dr. Brad Sachs, Psychologist and Author

Topic: “Mighty Words: Creating Conversations that Change Children’s Lives”

http://www.drbradsachs.com/


PCW Orientation Speaker 2013

Michelle Kreibel, Educator, McDonogh School

Topic: “Starting the School Year on the Right Ear – Effective Communication Between Parents, Teachers and Students”

mkriebel@mcdonogh.org


PCW Spring Speaker 2013

April McClain-Delaney, Washington Director of Common Sense Media

Topic: “What Every Parent Should Know About Kids and Technology but Didn’t Know to Ask!”

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/


PCW Fall Speaker 2012

Annie Fox, Educator and Author

Topic: “Why 21st Century Kids Need 21st Century Parenting”

http://www.anniefox.com/


PCW Fall Orientation 2012

Michelle Kreibel, Educator, McDonogh School

Topic: “Top Ten Parenting Do’s and Don’ts”

mkriebel@mcdonogh.org


PCW Fall Speaker 2011

Ned Johnson, President and Founder of Prep Matters

Robert Kosasky, Head of School, St. Andrew’s Episcopal School

Topic: “Raising Successful Learners”

http://www.prepmatters.com/

rkosasky@saes.org


PCW Fall Orientation 2011

Katherine Koestner, Executive Director at Take Back the Night & Executive Director at Campus Outreach Services

Topic: “Keeping Your Child Safe: From Cyber Bullying to Date Rape”

http://takebackthenight.org/

http://www.katiekoestner.com/