Texas Woman’s hosts Steve Forbes at fall lecture series

Sept. 15, 2020—DENTON—Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, headlines the fall installment of the Paup Lecture Series hosted by the Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership at Texas Woman’s University. The free online event, which is open to the public, will be held at 5 p.m., Oct. 1, 2020. Preregistration is required.

Forbes will discuss “The Dollar, the Economy and Stocks – What You Need To Know.” He will share his economic perspectives and address concepts highlighted in his public television documentary “In Money We Trust?”, which answers the question: What is money? Forbes will be joined by Elizabeth Ames, co-author with Forbes of the book “MONEY.” After their discussion, guests will be able to ask questions of them both.

“We are very excited to have someone of Steve Forbes’ caliber involved with our lecture series,” said Mary Anne Alhadeff, executive director and chief officer of the Jane Nelson Institute. “And, Elizabeth Ames is a brilliant woman in her own right. Being fiscally responsible is very important, and we are pleased to host an event where they can share their advice more widely.”

Forbes Media publishes Forbes Magazine. Combined with Forbes Asia, and the company’s licensee editions, the magazine reaches over six million global readers. Forbes.com reaches over 65 million unique monthly visitors. Forbes products include iconic lists such as the Forbes 400 and Forbes Global Billionaires, its noteworthy Women’s Summit and its 30 Under 30 lists and conferences that celebrate young achievers from around the world. In addition to MONEY, Forbes has written or co-authored numerous other books. He is also a contributor to countless other publications and appears regularly on cable and broadcast outlets.

Elizabeth Ames is a communications executive, speaker and author. She has co-authored several books with Forbes, including “How Capitalism Will Save Us” and “Freedom Manifesto.” She also was producer of the documentary “In Money We Trust?”

To register and for more information about this event, visit the Paup Lecture website.

The Paup Lecture Series was launched in September 2019 to highlight speakers who are bold, innovative and renowned experts in their fields. Forbes’ appearance is made possible through a donation from Sue S. Bancroft, former chair of the TWU Board of Regents and founding chair of the Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership Advisory Council. While the Forbes event is free, donations are being accepted.

About the Nancy P. and Thaddeus E. Paup Lecture Series

The Nancy P. and Thaddeus E. Paup Lecture Series was created through the generosity of Nancy and Ted Paup. The Paups, who reside in Fort Worth, are longtime supporters of TWU. Nancy manages and directs business, real estate and ranching interests in Texas. She previously served on the TWU Board of Regents and was elected vice-chair during her tenure. Nancy is an elected member of The Philosophical Society of Texas. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of Humanities Texas, the state affiliate for the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Executive Advisory Committee of The Handbook of Texas Women, and the Board of Directors for the Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art. Nancy has raised funds throughout Texas for the arts, higher education and historical preservation. Her academic degrees include master’s and bachelor’s degrees from TWU. Ted is the president of Paup Mineral Management, L.L.C.

About the Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership

The Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership at Texas Woman’s University is dedicated to preparing more women to take on successful roles in business and public service. Through the institute’s three specialized centers—Center for Student Leadership, Center for Women Entrepreneurs and Center for Women in Politics & Public Policy—women get the education to establish careers as successful C-suite executives, the skills for building entrepreneurial businesses and the framework needed to run for public office.

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