Atlanta Catholic Business Café

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The Atlanta Catholic Business Café is a spiritual outreach of the Atlanta Catholic Business Conference and the Integrated Catholic Life™. The Café includes a light breakfast and networking; a short, relevant and practical talk; followed by table discussions and Q&A. We generally meet on the last Friday of each month except December. Watch this page for news about the next meeting date.

7:15 to 7:30 - Light Breakfast and networking
7:30 to 8:00 - Talk
8:00 to 8:15 - Table Discussion
8:15 to 8:30 - Q&A

You are invited to join us for Mass at 6:45 a.m.

This prayerful, faith-filled gathering provides an excellent opportunity for Catholics and other Christians to connect with old and new friends in the Atlanta business community.

Our Next Café is April 24, 2015!

David McCullough
"Carpooling With Christ: Bringing faith to work, to leisure, to life."

Friday morning, April 24, 2015 – 7:15 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
in McNamee Hall at St. Peter Chanel Catholic Church
All are Welcome – $5 Donation (optional)

Register

Join us on Friday, April 24th following the 6:45 am Mass at the next Atlanta Catholic Business Café for prayer, networking and a practical discussion about allowing our faith to guide us during the workday. Donuts, pastries, fruit and coffee will be served.

David McCullough’s talk “Carpooling with Christ” explores how to be the same person at work as we are at Mass and offers insightful examples of how “everyday Catholics” may use the limited quiet times of the day to become closer to Christ and welcome the Holy Spirit into their daily routine. See you there!

Speaker Bio:

DavidDavid McCullough is an experienced executive that has held leadership positions within successful, growing companies for more than twenty years. He has led organizations through extended periods of change while maintaining focus on both internal employees and external customers in order to ensure that they remain engaged and satisfied.

He has extensive experience in the technology and service sectors with particular emphasis upon the areas of strategic development, process improvement, implementation, client relationship management and market development.

Active in several business and professional organizations, David currently serves as Chairman of the Education Committee for the Online Lenders Alliance as well as an active member of their Membership Committee. He is also heavily involved in the Atlanta chapter of Georgetown University's Woodstock Business Conference.

 

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