EPCRI Dinner Meeting: Resiliency is a Reflex

Date: Monday, May 6, 2024
Time: 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Hope Club, 6 Benevolent Street, Providence, RI
Speaker: Trent Theroux

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Estate Planning Council of Rhode Island

Officers
Judith P. Higgins, CPA, President;  Bridget Mullaney, Esq., Vice President; Joanne Speroni-Woody CTFA, Treasurer; Caitlyn R. Beauregard, J.D., Secretary; Ashley Abbate Macksoud, CFP®, CDFA®, Past President

Directors
Caitlyn R. Beauregard, J.D.; Grant Brown, CFP® ; Judith P. Higgins, CPA; Kate N. Kishfy, Esq.; John Ratcliffe, CPA; Ashley Abbate Macksoud, CFP®CDFA®; Kristen Prull Moonan, Esq.; Bridget Mullaney, Esq.; Joanne Speroni-Woody CTFA

Dinner Meeting

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Date:   Monday, May 6, 2024

Place:  Hope Club
            6 Benevolent Street
            Providence, RI

Time:  5:30pm -8:30pm

Who:  This is an EPCRI Member Only event

Resiliency is a Reflex

Trent develops resilient leaders through providing a practical tool set for decision makers. This keynote will identify five very common circumstances where people are pressed into making a difficult decision. Through anecdotes, (most embarrassing to Trent), he will pinpoint the challenges leaders face at these crossroads and explain, through easily memorable devices, how to choose the path of a Resilient Leader and demonstrate you can facilitate the same for your workgroups. 

Trent Theroux is a Chief Financial Officer and a graduate school professor of business strategy. Trent develops resilient leaders. He is the host of the Swimming in the Flood Podcast, A 10-minute digression into challenging business subjects. He was recognized by Sports Illustrated for his record breaking 41-mile swim around Newport, Rhode Island. Following an accident which left him paralyzed, he created a foundation through the Spaulding Center in Boston to provide durable medical goods for those with spinal cord injuries. Trent has funded the foundation by completing five extraordinary marathon swims. Most recently by swimming 20 miles across Block Island Sound from Montauk, New York to Misquamicut Beach, Rhode Island.  

*Although the registration system will ask if you would like to bring a guest, please note that this is a EPCRI Member Only event. We are unable to accommodate additional attendees. 

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