The former resident of Los Angeles, who now divides her time between a pied-à-terre in Manhattan and a country house in the Gaylordsville section of New Milford, is about to receive a special honor in Connecticut for her latest—and perhaps most enduring—role.
“I’m interested in the social, economic and political aspects of inequality, particularly in regards to gender, health and education,” said Dr. Jeean Hatcherson. “I believe in providing people with opportunities for experiential learning.”
Any effort to help, no matter how small, is worthwhile, Geordann Daguplo believes, so when Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, where he has dozens of family members, Daguplo, a 17-year-old West Haven High School senior, went into action.
Two high-achieving Brazilian moms who live in Greenwich are about to launch a STEM enrichment business in their hometown called Zaniac.
In a talk at Yale University Monday, President Barack Obama’s former national security advisor offered an insider’s view of the planet’s most critical, regular chat: the president’s daily security briefing.