CT Forum Presents Husky Nation! UConn Women’s Basketball: Leadership, Teamwork, and Life Off the Court
Featuring former UConn and WNBA players Sue Bird and Morgan Tuck, in conversation with legendary coach Geno Auriemma, May 4, at The Bushnell.
Hartford, CT – The Connecticut Forum presents a fun and lively evening featuring UConn Head Coach Geno Auriemma and former players Sue Bird and Morgan Tuck for a conversation about the storied history of the beloved UConn Women’s Basketball program, as well as the lives and careers of those on the panel and a look at what comes next.
Husky Nation! Forum will take place on Thursday, May 4, 2023 at 7:30PM at The Bushnell. This high-profile panel of women’s basketball greats features former UConn player and recently retired WNBA superstar Sue Bird; former UConn and WNBA player and Connecticut Sun executive Morgan Tuck; and legendary UConn head coach Geno Auriemma. The Forum will be moderated by ESPN reporter and host, Kimberley Martin. Husky Nation! Forum is Hosted by PwC.This live, unscripted conversation will be a celebration of the UConn Women’s Basketball program and all that it has meant for the state of Connecticut and all of women’s sports.
“We are thrilled to celebrate the UConn Women’s Basketball program at our season finale,” said Ruth Cullen, Executive Director of The Connecticut Forum. “For years, this team has brought an abundance of pride and excitement to our state, and we can’t wait to welcome these three panelists to The CT Forum stage.”
Tickets range from $25 to $110 and can be purchased at ctforum.org. Husky Nation! Forum will take place at 7:30PM at The Bushnell Theater in Hartford.
For more information about The Connecticut Forum, please contact Paula Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860.509.0909.
About The Connecticut Forum
Founded in 1992, The Connecticut Forum is a one-of-a-kind 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that serves Connecticut and beyond with live, unscripted panel discussions among renowned experts and celebrities, as well as community outreach programs including the Connecticut YOUTH Forum. As part of The CT Forum Ticket Outreach Program, 10,000 high school students and community organization members from Hartford and beyond have attended Connecticut Forums free-of-charge, thanks to generous support from the Travelers Arts Impact Grant program made possible through the Greater Hartford Arts Council’s United Arts Campaign.
Our mission is to encourage the free and active exchange of ideas in forums that inform, challenge, entertain, inspire, and build bridges among all people and organizations in our community.
Contact: Paula Wilson