Cambridge, MA - The Harvard COOP
7pm, Monday, November 12
Book Talk & Signing
The Harvard COOP
1400 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA
All are welcome; there is no charge to attend!
The evening of Monday, November 12, 2012, will be memorable for Cambridge and the surrounding communities. Come to The Harvard COOP to recognize the sacrifice of those lost in the wars abroad and learn more about the new book Tom Brokaw is calling a "must read for all Americans." The book is a LA Times Best Seller and was recently selected to be on the Chief of Naval Operations' reading list for 2013.
Co-author Meghan Elger Courtney is an Information Technology consultant for a strategy and technology consulting company based in McLean, VA. After graduating from the Naval Academy, she served on active duty for five years as a Surface Warfare Officer. Meghan has an MBA from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. An avid runner, Meghan has competed in both the Head of the Charles Regatta and the Boston Marathon and served for two years as an Art Information Volunteer at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Meghan and her husband reside in Hingham, MA.
Tim Steigelman is a member of the Naval Academy Class of 2002 and a lawyer in Portland, Maine, practicing business, commercial, admiralty and maritime law. He spent his active duty time as a Surface Warfare Officer and continues to serve in the reserves He has held command twice and was recalled to active duty in support of counterterrorism operations overseas.
Bale Dalton is a Navy veteran and former helicopter pilot. He served in Iraq and Afgahnistan supporting combat operations and the special forces community. He is presently studying at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Meghan and Tim will explain how the Navy and Marine Corps reacted after 9/11 and will provide perspectives of ten years at war. The discussion also touches on the leadership attributes of veterans and their applicability both in and out of uniform.
Plan ahead! Parking map for the city of Cambridge. Parking meters are $1/hour until 8pm.
The COOP recommends:
University Place Garage, 142 Mount Auburn St.
ProPark Church Street Lot (this is closest/cash only), 41 Church St.