November 9, 2020 • De Pree Journal
Hosted on December 2, 2020 at 11:00AM (PT)
As this full and complex year comes to a close, let’s consider together God’s invitation to reflect on all that’s happened this year and how it all impacts our life and leadership. Join us for a year-end conversation and a guided spiritual practice meant to help you attune to all that God is doing in and around you. In our time together you’ll get:
- time and space to reflect
- tools to help you end the year well
- wisdom to enhance the work God is already doing in and through you!
For this conversation, we’ve gathered a group of extraordinary leaders. Each has a background in business and/or entrepreneurship, and also focuses much of their current work on the spiritual and vocational formation of others. This is truly a conversation you won’t want to miss!
Read about Tracy, Lisa, Ines, and Michaela below!
Date & Time:
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Zoom (online). Register by clicking the button below.
Registration is free.
About Our Speakers
Tracy Matthews is the Executive Director of The Call to Work. Prior to The Call to Work, Tracy Mathews spent eight years leading strategy and business development for Coskata, Inc., an early-stage industrial biotech company with significant investment from Blackstone, Total, Khosla Ventures and others. She holds a BS in Paper Science and Engineering from the University of Washington, and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
Lisa Slayton is the Founding Partner and CEO of Tamim Partners, LLC. Previously Lisa served at the Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation for 13 years, the last 6 as President and Chief Executive Officer. While at PLF, Lisa has designed and launched the Leaders Collaborative and delivered organizational development consulting, training, and executive coaching services to a wide variety of organizations.
Inés Velásquez-McBryde is an ordained pastor, preacher, reconciler, writer, and speaker. On June 15, 2019 Inés received her Master of Divinity degree from the School of Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary where she now serves as a Chaplain. She is originally from Nicaragua, but called Arkansas home since 2001 until moving to southern California in 2016 to earn her MDiv.
Michaela O’Donnell Long is the Senior Director of the De Pree Center. Her first book, New Rules of Work: Your Map to Meaningful Work in a Changing World is due out in 2021. Michaela is also the Owner of Long Winter Media, a boutique creative agency that helps brands make social impact through multi-media content. Michaela regularly teaches and writes on topics of vocation, innovation, leadership, entrepreneurship, and the changing world of work. Read some of Michaela’s work here.
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