What You Do and Say Matters

This Sunday, we welcome a guest speaker, Ida Beth Malloy.

This conversation will explore the power of words and language.  It will also consider the importance of self-awareness, and how our words and actions affect others.  Please join us!

Ida Beth Malloy is currently the Coordinator of Civic Engagement at The Baldwin School.  Her personal and professional lives revolve around civic engagement and community activism.  She believes that people define their lives by what they do and their willingness to make sustainable change.  Ida is a proud resident of the City of Trenton, NJ.  She enjoys traveling, meeting new people, listening to music and reading.  

Educational Background: Ida Beth earned a Bachelor’s degree in political science from La Salle University, and a Master’s in Holocaust and Genocide Studies from Richard Stockton University. She is currently the 2022 In-Residence Intern at the Pace Center for Civic Engagement at Princeton University.  She was awarded a Fulbright-Hays Grant through Yale University to study abroad in Ghana in 2007, and was a Carl Wilkens Fellow in 2009.

Community Involvement: Ida serves on a number of boards, and is active with various organizations in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.  Her favorite cause is literacy and supporting young learners.  She recently installed a neighborhood library box, (a gift from The Haverford School) and she is the founder of Trenton Reads, a backyard book club.