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.
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.
Religious Freedom and Business Foundation
Intel, Chandler AZ
Chief Flight Controller and Chaplain
Intel, Chandler AZ
Associate Director, Patent & Transaction Law
Product Manager, Analytics Systems, Team/Corp Culture Advocate. Leader in operational business management, analytics systems, and in developing high-performing global teams on complex high-risk projects. Spun up multiple internal new programs on complex global projects while focusing on creating high-performing teams that attracted the best talent with high retention.
Passionate about corporate culture and inclusion. Created annual global Intel Martin Luther King Jr speech event, leader of the global Intel Christian Employee Group and created the Intel Cross-Religion/Belief Leaders Alliance working with Jewish, Baha'i, Muslim, Atheist, Hindu, Christian, and Sikh leaders. Involved with multiple organizations and companies furthering religious inclusion in business.
As a Bivocational Priest, Father Greg McBrayer has worked and served in the aviation industry for over 40 years. As Chief Flight Controller and Chaplain at American Airlines Flight Operations Center IOC in DFW, his career includes more than 35 years as a licensed airman in Part 121 Commercial Flight Operations.
As a Bivocational Priest, Father Greg serves as a Priest at Saint Barnabas Anglican Church in Fort Worth Texas. He also serves as Chaplain and the EAP Representative for (PAFCA) The Professional Airline Flight Controllers Association at American Airlines and is a member of the Emergency Response Care Team. He is the founder and former president of the IOC “Monday Ministry Chapter” of American Airlines Christian Employees Business Resource Group (CEBRG). He currently serves as the Christian Employees Business Resource Group Senior Global Lead overseeing 20 Christian Ministry Chapters worldwide at American Airlines. He is the Executive Director of DFW Airport Interfaith Chaplaincy and leads weekly and special worship services at DFW Airport’s D40 Meadows Chapel.
Throughout his career, he has chaired and served on numerous committees, boards, and outreach ministries within the church, aviation, and military community. In 2018 he honored to receive American Airlines coveted “Chairman’s Award” for decades of employee support and Pastoral Care within American Airlines.
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