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Hosts: Bob Mulhern & Marisa Benincasa

About: Working from home, no commute, flexible work hours, or perhaps no longer employed? What does a professional do with all of this extra time during the COVID19 crisis? How do you best use your skills, or should you be acquiring new ones online? How about networking? Consulting? How do you tap into your Catholic faith to guide you through it? Listen to perspectives from two different seasoned Catholic professionals on how to cope with the current situation as a lay Catholic professional.

Tepeyac Leadership Night 2020

June 17 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm MST

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

6 p.m. Mass followed by dinner at Mt. Claret Retreat Center

Keynote: Timothy R. Busch

Also in the program

* Mass by Auxiliary Bishop Most Rev. Eduardo Nevares

* Presentation of the TLI Class of 2020

Event Details: Individual Dinner Tickets $100

Hosts: Scott Fleckenstein & Maureen Adams

About: This is no time to be still, rather an opportunity to reorient one’s priorities. The current health crisis has everyone concerned, but we must seize the opportunity to reflect on the direction our spiritual and professional lives are taking. God is speaking to us in the midst of this crisis. What is he saying to you? How can you put this time to good use to grow closer to God as you begin planning your next career move? Listen to perspectives from two different seasoned Catholic professionals. Join the discussion.

Strategic Post-Crisis Career Moves

June 10 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm MST

Hosts: Ryan Scharber & Debbie Cheatham

About: There is light at the end of the tunnel. God is still in control, and every crisis comes to an end. What would your next career move be after COVID19? Listen to the insights and different perspectives from two seasoned Catholic professionals on what to consider as we get ready to go back to work, back to the world. Should you be refreshing your resume? Signing up for industry-specific conferences, workshops, certifications or professional designations? All of it or none of it at all? Join the discussion.