On behalf of The Women's Advancement Initiative, we are delighted to welcome Hartford College for Women alumna, Alison Brash Taylor A’68 (HCW), as she reads from her book, The Life We Got: Losing Sight & Gaining Vision. The book reading will take place on Thursday, November 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the KF Room of Harrison Libraries. The book reading is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
Alison Brash Taylor’s book was co-authored by her son Neil, who in 2008 was a young teacher and athlete when the discovery of a brain tumor catapulted him into a life of blindness. With his dreams shattered and the future uncertain, he began, with unwavering support from his family, one step at a time, rebuilding a life worth living and celebrating.
Their story is a testament to the resiliency within each of us and has special appeal to individuals in the fields of health science, physical therapy, respiratory therapy, education, and others who are working to overcome challenges and celebrate life.
Walk-ins are welcome. Books will also be available for purchase.
Come and be inspired by the monumental work of Alison Brash Taylor!