The Hellmans’ recently released book, A New Map for Relationships: Creating True Love at Home & Peace on the Planet, reveals the mistakes that nearly ended their marriage as well as the positive changes that allowed them to build a truly loving relationship. It also explains why the lessons they learned are the same ones the nations of the world need to grasp to build a more peaceful, sustainable planet — and why doing that is essential in the nuclear age. Worship Associate: Dick Duda Music: Aurora Singers
Speaker: Martin Hellman
Marty taught Electrical Engineering at MIT and Stanford University and, with his colleague Whit Diffie, won the 2016 Turing Award, the highest honor given for research in computer science, for their invention of public key cryptography – the technology that underpins electronic commerce.
Dorothie was a CPA at Touche Ross (now Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu) from 1978-1982, Vice President for Financial Support at the Beyond War Foundation from 1982-1987, and has devoted her life to studying the human condition and how to improve it.
The Hellmans are using Marty’s half of the associated million dollar prize to further their efforts to build a more peaceful, sustainable world, with promotion of the ideas in their book being the initial focus.