Faith and Business, Together They Build a Better World

EVIT (East Valley Institute of Technology) - 1601 W. Main Street Mesa, 85201 - View Map U.S. - Phoenix
Thu, Apr 21, 2022, 11:30 AM (MST)

Join us Thursday, April 21st for an enlightening panel discussion hosted by Brian Grim with the Religious Freedom and Business Foundation. He will be joined by Craig Carter and May Mowzoon from Intel and Father Greg McBrayer from American Airlines. These businesses have gained from religious inclusivity in their workplace. Find out which Fortune 100 businesses are doing it, and how you can too.

About this event

Register Now and Join us on Thursday, April 21, 2022

TIME:  11:30 Networking, 12 Noon Lunch and Program Begins

LOCATION: East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT)  1601 W Main Street, Mesa, AZ

DATE: Thursday, April 21, 2022


$25 Individual ticket for a wonderful lunch from the EVIT Culinary Arts Student and the presentation.  

$160 for a Table for 8  Gather your business team or your buddies and get a table.

A LIMITED NUMBER of FREE tickets are available for those that choose to forego lunch.

DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2022.  We must notify EVIT of our count on 4/14. 

Learn about the positive power faith and religion have on business and the economy.  Our expert panel will share how their organizations are using Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) to recognize and allow people of faith to gather, discuss and honor their faith, at work.

Come hear a powerful discussion about how large businesses are embracing and being religiously inclusive at work.  Our panel will be lead by Dr. Brian Grim, president of the Religious Freedom and Business Foundation (RFBF).  He will be joined by 

    > May Mowzoon, Associate Director Patent and Transaction Law at Intel, Chandler, AZ 

    > Craig Carter, Product Manager, Analytics Systems, Team/Corp Culture Advocate. Leader at Intel in Chandler, AZ 

    > Father Greg Mc Brayer, Chief Flight Controller at American Airlines and bi-vocational priest in the Anglican Church.   

Bring questions to understand how they are doing it and how you can introduce this in your organization.

The economic value and social benefits of robust religious diversity and liberty are tremendous. The RFBF believes that business and religious freedom combine to form a powerful force for a better world. Through groundbreaking expert research, training programs, practical business tools and convening interfaith dialogue, RFBF helps demonstrate the critical link between respect for faith, successful enterprise and dynamic national economies. RFBF’s pioneering work serves as a catalyst for executives to promote Freedom of Religion or Belief for all people through employee programing, customer-facing policies, and leveraging their broader societal influence.



Thursday, Apr 21
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM (MST)


EVIT (East Valley Institute of Technology)
1601 W. Main Street Mesa85201


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