Community Forum: Los Angeles

Young Adults & Students

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Are you exploring the intersection of your faith and an entrepreneurial venture? Do you have an idea to execute for social good? Are you committed to new models of ministry, innovation and entrepreneurship?

Join FTE and a diverse community of change agents ready to engage the connection between faith, social impact and entrepreneurship. This gathering will include innovative ideas shared from guest speakers, community conversations and small group Idea Labs. Hosted in Los Angeles, the Community Forum will take place in a creative, intimate entrepreneurial setting where dreams become ideas and ideas become reality.

Gain new insights from Christian entrepreneurs who will share big ideas and lessons from the field. Connect with a diverse community exploring challenges, successes, failures and hopes for the future. And be inspired by the impact you can make in the world through faith and social entrepreneurship.

Space is limited.


Registration Fee: $15

Deadline to Register: April 11


Speakers: Click here to learn more.

Alisha Lola Jones

Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology, Indiana University

Founder, Insight Initiative, Inc.

Marlon F. Hall

Cultural Architect, The Awakenings Movement

Rosa Lee Harden

Co-Founder & Producer, Social Capital Markets (SOCAP)

Steven A. Chaparro

Vice President of Strategic Design, Visioneering Studios, Inc

For More Information:

Contact Traci Wright

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April 25, 2017
(10 a.m. - 3 p.m. (Pacific Time Zone))

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