For much of history, the idea of work was imbued with a higher meaning, but now it seems that the idea of work has changed, becoming increasingly seen as a necessary means to a material end. Georgia Center for Opportunity's "Pubs, People, and Purpose" will feature a dynamic panel of folks discussing the deeper meaning of work and what it means for the average worker, executive, entrepreneur, and policymaker. 

 

Ticket Prices:

General Admission: $50

Young Professionals (under 30): $25

Early bird pricing ($10 off if you register by August 14, 2017)

General Admission: $40

Young Professionals (under 30): $15

SPEAKERS

Rodney Bullard, Vice President of Community Affairs, Chick-fil-A

David Miller, Director, Princeton University Faith & Work Initiative

Randy Hicks, President & CEO, Georgia Center for Opportunity

Cherie Harder, President of The Trinity Forum will facilitate the conversation