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Author and researcher speaks at Women’s Lecture Luncheon event

Author and researcher speaks at Women’s Lecture Luncheon event

Wed Feb 20, 2019

Shaunti Feldhahm with committee

Renowned social researcher and best-selling author Shaunti Feldhahm recently appeared at the Brazosport College Foundation’s second Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series event of the year. Pictured are, from left, Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series Steering Committee members Susan Everitt and Barbara Faseler; Brazosport College Foundation Development Officer Sherrie Garrett; committee chair Barbara Monical, committee members Jackie Swisher and Diana Tasto, Shaunti Feldhahm, committee members Mary Meyers and Doris Williams, committee vice-chair Anita Rau, committee members Jean Sanders and Jan McConnell, and Brazosport College Vice President, College Advancement Tracee Watts. Committee members not pictured are Annette Melass, Nancy Oelfke and Gail Steele.

LAKE JACKSON, TX — Renowned social researcher and best-selling author Shaunti Feldhahm recently appeared at the Brazosport College Foundation’s second Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series event of the year.

Feldhahm, who earned her graduate degree from Harvard University, spoke about the art of being kind, and how the powers of kindness will not only transform relationships, but also oneself. She also signed copies of her books — including her latest release, “The Kindness Challenge” — following the luncheon.

Feldhahm and her findings have been featured in media as diverse as “The Today Show” and “Focus on the Family,” The New York Times” and “Cosmo.” She speaks at 50 events a year around the world.

The Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series is a series of events intended to help promote cultural enrichment for all women hosted by the Brazosport College Foundation.

This year’s Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series has one more event scheduled, with popular “Ask Amy” columnist, Amy Dickinson, scheduled to appear on April 11.

For more information about the Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series, call (979) 230-3234.