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During this virtual event, psychologist and leadership coach Dr. Pat Romney will discuss the importance of social connections, community, and equity to a life well lived. “We all know good genes and a healthy lifestyle are connected to longevity,” she says. “But we not only want to live long; we also want to live well.”
Romney, a longtime clinical and organizational psychologist, is currently a leadership coach to academic and human services professionals. She also has a small psychotherapy practice focused on elders and their families.
For 20 years, she taught at Hampshire and Mount Holyoke Colleges and wrote more than 20 articles and papers. She is still an active scholar.
For the past 30 years, she has been involved in dialogue work, large-scale diversity initiatives, leadership development, and team building, as well as professional coaching of individual faculty and administrators in academia.
She was a founding board member of Amherst Neighbors, and served as co-chair of their fundraising committee.
NN offers live transcription of the event so you can read along with the spoken word during the presentation. Call 929-436-2866 to listen by phone without video.
View the Northampton Neighbor Speaker Series Archive (recorded since 2020) on YouTube and on Northampton Open Media Channel 12, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 9 am and Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 pm.