- Wed, Nov 15, 2017 05:00 PM
2 Washington Street
Latitude: 40.7057, Longitude: -74.0156
REAL BUSINESS | REAL FAITH Join AM570 The Mission WMCA on Wednesday, November 15th for a Panel Discussion and Networking Breakfast at Nyack College’s NYC Campus. Connect with fellow believers from different industries over a gourmet breakfast provided by D.R. Catering of Union, New Jersey and then participate in a panel discussion which explores how your Christian faith and testimony can be used in business. The panel will be moderated by WMCA's Kevin McCullough and features an incredible line-up of panelists including... Mike Lindell, Founder & CEO of MyPillow Al Miyashita, NYC NavCity Director for The Navigators Carrie Mobley-Johnson, Senior Advisor for Faith Based Partnership Initiatives Mike Rakeman, Branch Manager of Fellowship Home Loans Please bring 25-30 business cards to network and enter for great giveaways and prizes including a DIAMOND RING from Lord's Diamonds valued over $1000! If the venue fills, the seating will be first come first serve. SCHEDULE 7:30 AM - Doors and Registration Opens 8:00 AM - Breakfast & Networking in Exhibition Area 9:30 AM - Program Begins 11:00 AM - Program Concludes DIRECTIONS & PARKING Click here for information about visiting Nyack College NYC Campus including driving and public transportation directions. ABOUT THE MODERATOR Kevin McCullough hosts afternoon drive for the Salem Media NYC. Kevin McCullough Radio airs on AM 570 The Mission at 3pm and on AM 970 The Answer at 5pm. McCullough is a syndicated columnist and authored 3 books, including the Best-Selling: “NO HE CAN’T: How Barack Obama dismantled Hope and Change” ABOUT THE PANELISTS Mike Lindell is the inventor, founder and CEO of MyPillow. He is called the most innovative marketer in home goods. Mike Lindell is more than a self-made man, a savvy businessman and a genius at marketing; Mike is also a man of his word who seals many deals for his near-billion-dollar company with a handshake. Carrie Mobley-Johnson is the Senior Advisor for Faith Based Partnership Initiatives and Office of Minority and Women Business Enterprises. The Faith-Based Partnership initiative created by Rob Astorino in his first term to help faith leaders and their affiliated organizations cut through government red tape, share information and better serve the local communities where they are located. Al Miyashita serves as the NavCity Director overseeing the eight different missions (e.g. Collegiate, Church Ministries, Nav20s, NavWorkplace, NavNeighbors, and others) in New York City. He also serves as the NavWorkplace Mission Director in the U.S. for The Navigators where our vision is “Transforming the Worker, the Work and the Workplace.” Mike Rakeman is the a Branch Manager at Fellowship Home Loans. Mike began working toward a career in mortgages early by attending college for finance and economics. Mike has over ten years of experience in in Mortgage Banking. His critical attention to the value of the customer’s experience is what lies behind his work ethic every day.