Huntsville, Ala – The Huntsville Museum of Art, along with Voices of Our Times series sponsors PNC, Dorothy Davidson of Davidson Technologies and Colonial Printing, will welcome New York Times National Security Correspondent and best-selling author David E. Sanger to the Tennessee Valley Saturday, January 24, at 7 p.m. Sanger will be the second presenter in the Museum’s three-part Voices of Our Times lecture series, which began November 13, 2014, with a presentation by best-selling author
Frances Mayes.

During his presentation “Around the World in 60 Minutes,” Sanger will speak to his personal experience with Huntsville and its successful defense industry. However, he will also address Huntsville’s preparedness in the face of changing and diverse global threats such as cyber security.

Voices series sponsor and PNC Regional President Brian Bucher stated: “PNC is committed to thoughtful engagement of the communities we serve. We are pleased to collaborate with the Huntsville Museum of Art once again with the Voices of Our Times lecture series, and we applaud their leadership in bringing such notable thought leaders to North Alabama.”

A 30-year veteran of The New York Times and a regular guest on CBS’ Face the Nation, Sanger has become known as one of the nation’s leading analysts of geopolitics, national security, and globalization. He has been a member of two Pulitzer Prize-winning teams and has been awarded numerous honors for national security and foreign policy coverage.

“The Huntsville Museum of Art was excited to secure David Sanger as part of our Voices series,” Christopher J. Madkour, Museum Executive Director, said. “His journalism experience and knowledge of current affairs and important issues facing our country and world today are sure to be relevant and enlightening for Huntsville residents to hear.”

Sanger is also the bestselling author of Confront and Conceal: Obama’s Secret Wars and Surprising Use of American Power. His previous bestseller, The Inheritance: The World Obama Confronts and the Challenges to American Power, is an in-depth examination of American foreign policy successes and failures.

Ticket prices for Sanger’s talk are $25 for Museum members and $45 for non-members.  Reservations for all Voices events may be made by calling 256-535-4350 ext. 208 or online at Dorothy Davidson, CEO of Davidson Technologies, will introduce Sanger at the event. After his presentation, Sanger will be signing copies of his books, which will be for sale. Guests will also enjoy a reception following his talk.

The Voices series will conclude on Thursday, April 23, 2015 at 11:30 a.m. with interior designer Charlotte Moss. Since 1985, Moss has designed private residences and executive suites all over the United States and the Caribbean and has authored eight books. A Visual Life: Scrapbooks, Collages, and Inspirations, her most recent, is devoted to gleaning design inspiration from the personal scrapbooks and notebooks of great women of style—including her own. She was also named to Traditional Home magazine’s list of “The World’s Top 20 Interior Designers.” At 11:30 a.m. Moss will serve as the Voices luncheon guest speaker and will sign her books following the program in Loretta Spencer Hall. Tickets for the luncheon are $75 for Museum members and $100 for non-members. At 7 p.m., Moss will give a second talk, and she’ll also be signing her books. Tickets for the evening event are $25 for Museum members and $45 for non-members.

Voices series’ sponsors include PNC, Colonial Printing, and Dorothy Davidson/Davidson Technologies. Sponsors for Sanger include Alabama Media Group/ Huntsville Times, Donny’s Diamond Gallery, Renasant Bank, Kathleen and Philip Dotts, Lana and Joe Ritch, and Barbara O’Connor and Steve Williams.