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 2017 Speakers

June 28

Alan Green

The Sacred Scripture Hidden within Shakespeare's Sonnets

"The best, most exciting breakthrough I've seen in all my years as a Shakespeare scholar.”

~Dr. Michael Delahoyde, professor of English Literature at Washington State University.

To be in Alan Green’s outrageously entertaining presence is to be absolutely charmed!  He is a British-born, classically trained pianist, composer, author, educator, and Shakespeare Authorship scholar.  A renowned musician, he was signed to five major record labels including Arista, ABC, and CBS, with whom he had a top thirty hit, I Surrender, under the pseudonym, Arlan Day, in 1981.

Green’s first academic book, Dee-Coding Shakespeare [sic], was initially published in 2010, but he withdrew it from the marketplace because of new discoveries.  His upcoming book trilogy involves the opening the altar stone within the poet's church in Stratford-upon-Avon — where the Bard claims to have left physical evidence that may finally solve the centuries-old controversy surrounding his identity.  We will be sitting on the edge of our seats!

Alan will use our grand piano to perform one or two excerpts from his forthcoming Shakespeare musical, BARD.


July 12
Jacqueline Hahn

The Next You

Jacqueline is an award-winning art lecturer who is praised for her unique way of translating centuries of rich European history into consumable pieces of key information.  She is known for her infectious enthusiasm and humor that make her topics fun for audiences.  Fluent in five languages, she conducts classes on cruise ships, at the Bowers Museum, and at UCI where she was presented with a Distinguished Instructor Award.

Jacqueline will give us an Overview of the 19th Century Art Movement and its major  artists:  Camille Pisarro, Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Cezanne, Mary Cassatt, and Berthe Morissot.


July 26

David Harder &
Mary Campbell, Ph.D.

Career Development for 12-year-olds:
Preparing Our Children for the Future of Work

What were you born to do? Mary Campbell and David Harder have begun a national conversation about the need for an entirely new approach in preparing today’s children for the future of work. We now face a future in which the average college graduate will change careers four-to-six times, so education must move from the industrial-based method of predetermining careers to assist our children in discovering where they are powerful, what they actually love, and guide them to develop the life skills necessary for across-the-board success.  Our speakers will introduce a potential future filled with vital solutions and the routine discovery our unique “career DNA.”  
Mary Campbell, Ph. D, Founder and President of Penelope Consulting Group, is teaming up with David Harder of Inspired Work.  Over the course of her 15-year tenure at the University of Southern California, Dr. Campbell led a sizeable team of organizational, leadership, talent acquisition and learning professionals who transformed organizational performance throughout the university. Mary currently maintains a sizeable executive coaching and leadership development consulting practice and serves as a Board of Education Trustee in her hometown of Hermosa Beach, California, helping to bring public education powerfully forward to meet the needs of the 21st Century environment.
In 1990, David Harder founded Inspired Work, dedicated to helping individuals transform their relationship to work. His first book, The Truth About Work (Health Communications, 1997) delivers insights into how to “move beyond simply making a living to building a richly fulfilling professional life. The first several thousand participants in The Inspired Work Program served as case studies on how to achieve these breakthroughs. In 2001, Mr. Harder was asked to redesign The Walt Disney Company’s leadership program. 

August 9
Sabrina Mesko

Awaken the Mudra Power in
Your Hands and Transcend Time

International best-selling author Sabrina Mesko Ph.D.H. gained a worldwide audience through her book Healing Mudras -Yoga for your Hands, published by Random House and translated into 14 languages. We will learn how ancient, powerful hand gestures called mudras, can swiftly transform your energy field and help you overpower any unfavorable pattern that obstructs your Soul’s desire and purpose. Sabrina will guide you thru a journey into the finer frequency fields, with easy hand mudras and a soothing live sound that she creates with her unique string instrument. Experience a time-standstill, while you explore inter-dimensional travel and find answers to your deepest questions.

August 23

Mark Goulston, M.D.

Talking to Crazy: How to Deal with the Irrational and
Impossible in Your Life

Dr. Mark Goulston returns to the Inside Edge to help all of us deal with those people who drive us crazy. What Mark has discovered is that people don’t lack the will to deal with these people; they lack a way that is doable.  In this highly interactive presentation, Mark will provide us with insights, strategies, tactics and tools that we can immediately use to more effectively deal with these challenging individuals.  Dr. Mark is uniquely qualified to mentor us in this subject. He was a clinical psychiatrist and psychotherapist for thirty years, an FBI and police hostage negotiation trainer, advisor on high-profile law cases (remember OJ Simpson) and bestselling author of seven books.  His book, Just Listen, became the top book on listening in the world, and he will be speaking to the Russian Government in Moscow on that topic in October.  His newest book, the subject of his talk this morning, was a finalist in the Audible Book Oscars and was featured at  


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From South county – Take the 5 North to the 405 North. Keep Left on the 405 N. Take exit 8 toward MacArthur & go Left on MacArthur. Left on Von Karman & make an immediate Left into the first driveway.  Take a parking ticket at the ticket booth, pass the first building on your right, continuing to the Pacific Club’s parking lot. You might want to look at directions if you use the 73 instead of the 405.
Using the 405 South – Transition to the 73 South. Take exit 15 toward Jamboree Road, onto Bristol Street South.
Left on MacArthur.  Turn on Von Karman and make an immediate Left into the first driveway, take your parking ticket, pass first building continuing on to the Pacific Club’s parking lot.
From Orange & Anaheim Hills – Take the 55 fwy. South, to the 405 fwy South. Take exit 8 toward MacArthur/OC Airport & go Left on MacArthur.  Turn Left on Von Karman & make an immediate Left into first driveway.  Take parking ticket at booth, pass first building on your right, continuing to the Pacific Club’s parking area.

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