Join us for an in-person event on Friday, November 12th in Northeast DC. This event is free to attend and open to all, regardless of BYU affiliation. Due to venue capacity, we are limited to 75 attendees. Reserve a space by "purchasing" a ticket below.
Due to security requirements, registration will end 72 hours prior to the event. Attendees should bring a valid photo ID. Once you arrive at the building, ring the bell and the security guard will let you up the elevator.
Street and garage parking are available, but it is within walking distance from Union Station Metro stop.
Light refreshments will be provided. Dress code is business casual.
About the speaker:
Michael is one of the founding members of Owlet Baby Care, and helped go from the garage to a $1.2 billion dollar valuation on the NYSE. Throughout his career, he’s focused on helping companies build brands and products that have impacted lives and communities for the better. A BYU alumnus, he’s lived his life in accordance with the University's motto “Enter to learn, go forth to serve.” In his free time, Michael enjoys playing tennis, ping-pong, and pickleball, and is an avid traveler.
About the series:
BYU Management Society DC Chapter hosts a young professional speaker series that brings different perspectives on moral and ethical leadership into an intimate setting. The young professionals speaker series format is similar to TED talks, but more interactive, and sometimes enriched by great food.