Tom Scott and R. P. Eddy
After the Maelstrom, A New Planet Rises
We just endured four national tests in one year: a pandemic, a racial struggle, an economic collapse, and a constitutional crisis. The year ended with the invasion of our Capitol. What are the features of the new planet that rises? What will we say goodbye to? What did we learn? What will we carry forward?
Join Brunswick dads Tom Scott and R. P. Eddy as they present and answer these and other questions on Wednesday, April 21 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. The presentation will be on Zoom, no registration required.
has come a long way from co-founding beverage company Nantucket Nectars in 1989. Most recently, Tom has created The Neighborhood Project, a national movement in which small groups of people meet monthly in living rooms to watch original content and have meaningful conversation. “Neighborhood” is a product of The Nantucket Project (TNP), where public dialogue is energized by creating a venue in which individuals can engage in innovative thinking from a fresh perspective. R.P. Eddy
is the Founder and CEO of Ergo, a leading intelligence and advisory firm which serves governments and corporations. He is the co-host of The Nantucket Project's "R.P. Daily" podcast, and co-author of best-selling and award-winning book, Warnings
, which four years ago described a pandemic much like today’s and how to prevent it. R.P. led the process to build the first White House policy on pandemic diseases when he served as Director of the White House National Security Council.