Work Is a Way to Love Our Neighbors - Keynote

Business for the Common Good 2020

What is the meaning of work? While contemporary culture prizes self-fulfillment and advancement, could work itself be a way to love our neighbors? How could reframing our vision for work transform our companies, cities, and culture? How might this journey change our own hearts and lives?

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Katherine Leary Alsdorf

Redeemer City to City

Katherine Leary Alsdorf is the founder & former executive director of Redeemer’s Center for Faith & Work and co-author with Tim Keller of Every Good Endeavor. She came to Redeemer in 2002 to establish the Center for Faith & Work and help nurture a meaningful integration between people’s faith and their professional work. Prior to this ministry role at Redeemer, Katherine served 20 years in the high tech industry. In California, she served as CEO of Pensare, Inc., an online management education company, and CEO of One Touch Systems, Inc., a hardware/software products company. Before that, she was president of Private Satellite Network, a communications network and services company in New York City. She also worked in various consulting, sales, and marketing roles, primarily in the technology sector. She received an MBA from The Darden School, University of Virginia, and a BA in Psychology and Education from Wittenberg University. She became a Christian mid-career in NYC through the ministries of Redeemer Presbyterian Church and has taken seminary classes at Regent College in Vancouver. She also serves on the Theology of Work Project Steering Committee.

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On Friday, January 31, Denver Institute for Faith & Work hosted more than 300 guests from across the nation at “Business for the Common Good,” a one-day event for business leaders passionate about professional excellence and using their gifts and resources for lasting impact.

With more than six hours of expert teaching from industry leaders, Business for the Common Good On-Demand is valued at more than $250. To help others experience the gospel in business, please consider a tax-deductible donation to Denver Institute for Faith & Work. We are grateful  for your financial support.

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