Constitution 101 at the home of the Father of our system! Jeanne spoke virtually at James Madison's Montpelier & the Center for the Constitution about her book, ADIC. No one has had as much of an impact on the structure of our government than Madison and he continues to have an outsized impact on U.S. government and politics today. Sponsored by the Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution, James Madison's Montpelier. If you were not able to join live, you can access the talk by clicking on the "Listen" button below.
“I invited Jeanne to speak at a political event in Manhattan a few weeks before the national election. Dr. Zaino was terrific. She was insightful, knowledgeable, and especially candid in her presentation in front of a distinguished group of company Presidents and CEO’s.”
Education Chairman, Young Presidents Organization
CEO, Econoco Corporation
Jeanne was welcomed back home to CT for a virtual book talk at the Noah Webster House. Co-hosted by the NWH & West Hartford Historical Society the discussion began with a focus on an American Founder who is not as widely known as some of his fellow-Founders, Gouvenor Morris and a statement he made that deserves attention today "Nothing human can be perfect. Surrounded by difficulties we did the best we could..." To hear more about Morris and ADIC click on the "Listen" button below.
Jeanne is a member of KeyNote Women Speakers a nonprofit international organization whose mission is to bring diversity to speaking stages across the world. You can learn more about their work and book Jeanne for your next speaking engagement by clicking on the link below.
Jeanne was honored to join the ITPS's Book Talks series for a virtual discussion of my 2021 book, American Democracy in Crisis: The Case for Rethinking Madisonian Government (Palgrave Macmillan). The event was co-hosted in conjunction with the Huguenot & New Rochelle Historical Association in New Rochelle, NY and emceed by the ITPS Public Historian Dr. Michael Crowder. To listen to the conversation, click on the "Listen" button below.
Sponsored by the ITPS, the Huguenot & NR Historical Association, & IC, “Legacies of the Constitution” was a roundtable discussion to commemorate Constitution Day. The roundtable, which featured Dr. Chervinsky, Dr. Hadden (WMU), Dr. Jones (The Johns Hopkins University), Dr. Masur (Northwestern University), & Dr. Sheehan Zaino (Iona College), was moderated by ITPS Director Dr. Slonimsky. A recording of the panel can be accessed by clicking on the "Listen" button below.
Just prior to the 2020 presidential election, Jeanne was invited to address the Business Council of Westchester as part of their "Political Leadership Series: Road to the White House & the Battle for the US Senate and Congress". A recording of Jeanne's talk "Political Risk (Uncertainty) & Election 2020" can be accessed by clicking on the "Listen" button below.