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Popular advice columnist speaks at Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series event

Popular advice columnist speaks at Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series event

Thu May 2, 2019

Amy Dickinson

Bestselling author and syndicated advice columnist Amy Dickinson recently appeared at the Brazosport College Foundation’s final Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series event of the year. Pictured are, from left, Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series Committee Chair Barbara Monical; vice chair Anita Rau; committee members Doris Williams and Jackie Swisher; Brazosport College Foundation Development Officer Sherrie Garrett; committee members Annette Melass and Diane Tasto; Brazosport College President Dr. Millicent Valek; committee members Jan McConnell and Gail Steele; Amy Dickinson; committee members Jean Sanders, Susan Everitt, Nancy Oelfke and Mary Meyers; and Brazosport College Vice President, College Advancement Tracee Watts. Committee member Barbara Faseler is not pictured.

Bestselling author and syndicated advice columnist Amy Dickinson recently appeared at the Brazosport College Foundation’s final Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series event of the year.

Dickinson, a graduate of Georgetown University, writes the well-known advice column, “Ask Amy,” which is carried in more than 150 newspapers and read by an estimated 22 million readers daily. She is also the author of the New York Times bestselling memoir, “The Mighty Queens of Freeville: A story of surprising Second Chances.”

During her appearance at Brazosport College, Dickinson shared inspiring stories about her life and career, as well as finding the answers to some of life’s biggest questions, and unlocking happiness and success.

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.

Next season’s Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series will feature three more dynamic speakers, including President at Magnolia Doug McNamee on Oct. 3, bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner Bill Dedman on Feb. 6, 2020, and one of the U.S. Secret Service’s first women agents Kathryn Childers on April 2, 2020.

For more information about the Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series, call 979.230.3234.