Craig Gralley is available to speak to organizations, at book stores and clubs, and other venues, about Virginia Hall’s career in espionage and the meaning of her life for today.
Contact Chrysalis Books: Chrysalisbooksllc@gmail.com
A partial list of speaking engagements:
— 21 March 2019: Induction of Virginia Hall into Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame; Annapolis, MD.
— 12 June: Books Signing, St. Francis Church, Great Falls, VA.
— 12 June: Luncheon Speaker and Book Signing–Red Cross Retirees Association of Greater Washington, DC, and Baltimore; Alexandria, VA.
— 12 June: Book Club Discussion Vienna, VA.
— 23 June: Hall of Mirrors Paperback Book launch and Signing– Pisgah Forest, NC.
— 30 June: Book Club Discussion and Signing: Brevard, NC.
— 6 September 5:30 PM–Highland Books–Discussion, Reading, Book Signing, Brevard, NC.
— 17 October–National Reconnaissance Office Speaker, “Leaders at the Library,” Event: “Leadership Lessons from the Life of Virginia Hall,” Chantilly, VA.
— 20 October–Manassas Museum Presentation and Book Signing, Manassas, VA.
— 22 January 2020–Breakfast Speaker; Pisgah Rotary Club, Pisgah Forest, NC
— 13 February –Joint Special Operations University–Tampa, FL (Webinar)– video interview
— 18 February –Luncheon Speaker; Transylvania County Library; Presentation and Book Signing, Brevard, NC
— 9 September — Luncheon Speaker; Central Intelligence Retirees Association (Loudoun County, VA)–In-person Presentation and Book Signing
— 11 November–East Bay, (San Francisco) Jewish Film Festival
— 12 November, Wilmington (MA) Memorial Library (Zoom presentation)
— 7 December (Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day) Malaprops Bookstore, Asheville/NC (Zoom presentation)
— 1 March- Detroit Holocaust Museum– with “A Call to Spy” actress Sarah Megan Thomas, IFC film executives, hosted by Nancy Kaffer–Editorial Board of Detroit Free Press. (Zoom Interview)
— 20 April– Glen Burnie Book Club (Zoom meeting)
— Association of Former Intelligence Officers, New York City (Date TBD)