We're gathering in the Old Town Alexandria living room of Matt Feely, IO-FS member and founder of the non-profit Discourse for Democracy, to have a spirited discourse on "The Nature of Trust."
In the spirit of French Salons and English coffeehouses, we'll be presented with an Essay on the topic and be led in discussion by Matt Feely. Matt has Ph.D. from Univ. of Pennsylvania’s Wharton school of Business and is on the management faculty of Columbia’s School of Business.
This is a great chance to get the cobwebs out of our brains!!
A maximum of 12 participants can be accommodated.
Sandwiches and wine will be provided. A cash donation of $5 to cover costs would be appreciated!
Parking: 3-hour parking on Wolfe Street.
Metro: To King Street station, then Old Town Trolley to Royale Street stop. Walk 3 blocks to Wolfe Street.
Signup: Before you signup for this event, please read the essay Trust: Meaning, Model, and Politics. This essay will inform our discussion. Go to the signup page on the Ivy Over-Fifty Singles website to reserve a spot for this intriguing discussion.
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