Debbie Reynolds recently stood in the entrance to the Greenwich Country Club dining room, inspecting the stage of over 300 people. The Wednesday noon event that filled the almost standing room was the 22nd Annual Greenwich (GBS) Bible Study Luncheon, which included two speakers who would prove to be motivating: Gretchen Carlson, a FOX News host, and Carla Harris, a dynamo Morgan Stanley CEO and gospel singer, named by Fortune magazine as one of the “50 Most Powerful Black Executives in American Business”.
As long-time GBS president, Debbie had a smile on her face as she noticed that most of the attendees were women from Greenwich in their 30s, 40s and 50s. thirds of the crowd were 50 and under, âshe said.
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