Recent events highlight the fact that our country is racially divided into groups of “us vs. them.” Usually Black vs. White. The polarization has created a gap in our society that is difficult to close. However, there is a third option that can bridge the gap and bring healing to all concerned.
As business leaders, we may be looking for specific ways to improve workplace culture, provide equal opportunities for advancement, and remove the stigma characterized by the “us versus them” mentality. Please join Senior Pastor and author of The Third Option, Miles McPherson, and a panel of successful business leaders as they discuss these challenging topics and offer spiritual and practical solutions to contemporary problems in the workplace. We need to allow God to get in our business—from the boardroom to the employee breakroom.
Moderator: Pastor Miles McPherson
Merv is the President/CEO of Cutler Engineering & Technology Services. Founded in 2014, it is a government and commercial company that provides direct engineering and support services for command and control systems software, testing, and evaluation. He is a United States Marine Corps veteran.
Bob is a leadership consultant, author, and speaker. In 2017 he authored the book The Business of Honor with his friend Danny Silk. He is the CEO of R.M. Hasson Painting Contractors which he founded in 1978 working across the western United States. For over 35 years, he's been serving as a consultant and board member for businesses, churches, and nonprofits.
Carolyn was the Principle Diversity Advisor for Sempra Energy, which entailed working directly with all levels of management regarding the company’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives. She reported directly to the Sr. VP of Human Resources. During her tenure of employment, she helped Sempra Energy consistently rank in the top 50 companies in the US as the best place to work for women and people of color. She currently consults in the tourism and hospitality industry.
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