Nigel Brown presents at Life Long Learning Lecture.

Nigel Brown, personal coach, facilitator & co-founder of The Make-A-Wish Foundation Canada Principal, Life Planning Matters will be speaking at TWU’s Lifelong Learning Fall Lecture.

Trinity Western University is pleased to host the 2009 Lifelong Learning Fall Lecture. This specific lecture, Money, Medicine & Meaning: making the most of your second half of life, features Nigel Brown, Personal coach, facilitator & co-founder of The Make-A-Wish Foundation Canada Principal, Life Planning Matters.

 Be informed, enlightened and entertained as one of Canada’s leading post-work-life specialists helps you explore the role financial resources, wellness and purpose play in a vital, fulfilling second half of life. Learn how an invigorating and engaging retirement takes more than a financial plan—and be inspired to plan a future that identifies: the place you’ll thrive; what’ll you be involved in, and what it’ll take to make it happen.

Past lectures have covered topics such as Alzheimer’s and heart disease, as well as estate and financial planning issues.

TWU’s Lifelong Learning Lecture Series is sponsored by Great-West Life.

 Event at a Glance

What: 2009 Lifelong Learning Fall Lecture with Nigel Brown

Date: Saturday, October 17, 2009

Time: 10:00am-12:00pm (Coffee break with refreshments)

Location: Alumni Hall

2nd Floor, Reimer Student Centre

Trinity Western University

7600 Glover Road, Langley BC

Cost: Free

RSVP: Wendy Lees at 604-513-2033 or

Trinity Western University, in Langley, B.C., is a provincially chartered, independent Christian liberal arts and sciences university, enrolling approximately 4000 students. TWU offers 42 undergraduate majors, ranging from biotechnology, education, theatre and music, to psychology, communications and biblical studies. TWU's 16 graduate degree programs include nursing, counseling psychology, business, theology, linguistics, and leadership, and interdisciplinary degrees in English, philosophy and history. TWU holds Canada Research Chairs in Dead Sea Scroll Studies, Developmental Genetics and Disease, and Interpretation, Religion & Culture.


Last Updated: 2009-10-06
Author: Erin Mussolum