Paula Lawrence-Wehmiller is a much sought after keynote presenter at national gatherings of school, church and community associations, and has served as visiting lecturer and scholar-in-residence in school communities including those given at these regional and national conferences:

“More Than a Job: Admissions as Vocation,” New York State Association of Independent Schools Admissions and Placement Conference

“Embracing the Religious Identities of Members of the School Community,” New York State Association of Independent Schools Conference on Religious Diversity

“Speaking the Truth in Love” Preacher for the Annual Celebration of Blessed Absalom Jones, Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania.

“A Seat at the Welcome Table: Including the Gifts of all Members of the Community,” Inaugural William C. Fowle Scholar-in-Residence, Mercersburg Academy

“From Every Family, Language, People and Nation,” Preacher for the Biennial Conference Opening Eucharist, National Association of Episcopal Schools.

“Time to Reflect: Teaching and the Examined Life,” The Association of Independent Maryland Schools

“The Courageous Educator,” A Conference hosted by Carolina Friends School, Durham, North Carolina

“Equity and Empowerment: Female Voices in Independent Schools” National Coalition of Girls’ Schools

“The Phoenix Lecture,” a public forum for discussion of critical issues, celebrating the triumph of the human spirit in the face of adversity, St. David’s Episcopal Church and Main Line Unitarian Church, Radnor, Pennsylvania

“Leading Voices,” A Speaker Series presented by Beauvoir at the National Cathedral, Washington, D.C.