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Communion Breakfast for Business Leaders

Through annual lectures and public events, the Center is a catalyst for thinking and debating issues of critical importance that demonstrate the role that faith plays in public life. ‌‌‌

Along with Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice (CAPP) of Fairfield County, the Center annually hosts a Communion Breakfast for Business Leaders, with a Mass followed by a breakfast, a keynote speaker, and a member of the community who is honored with a leadership award.

The 2016 event, taking place Sunday, November 6, will feature Dr. John Murphy, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Western Connecticut Health Network as well as honored guest and recipient of the CAPP Business Award, Gail T. Berardino. Find out more information or purchase tickets to the breakfast.

 

Fairfield on Wallstreet

Fairfield on Wall Street‌Designed for young alumni in the financial services field, Fairfield on Wall Street is held regularly in New York City and features interactive discussions on how to extend and apply values central to a Jesuit education to issues and challenges young alumni face on Wall Street. Discussions are led by distinguished alumni, friends of the Center for Faith and Public Life, and other experts.

The program was launched in spring 2012 and is sponsored by the Center for Faith and Public Life, with participation from the Dolan School of Business and Alumni Relations Office.

For more information about how to get involved, contact Michelle Ross, administrative coordinator for the Center for Faith and Public Life.

Previous sessions include:

"The Ethics of High-Frequency Trading"

Ronan Ryan ’96, Chief Strategy Officer, IEX Group, Inc. and Dr. Donald Gibson, Dean Charles F. Dolan School of Business
October 30, 2014
University Club of New York


"Add Value to Your Firm and Have It Pay Off"

David Romans ’91, Managing Director, J.P. Morgan Securities 
With Teresa Morriss, CFP, J.P. Morgan Securities and Dr. Donald Gibson, Dean Charles F. Dolan School of Business
April 15, 2014
J.P. Morgan Chase


“How to Prove Your Value to Your Firm Without Compromising Your Values”

Eileen Rombinger ’76, former director, Division of Investment Management, Securities and Exchange Commission
With Walter Hlawitschka, PhD, associate professor of finance, Dolan School of Business and Richard Ryscavage, S.J., director of the Center for Faith and Public Life and professor of sociology
June 11, 2013
Ernst & Young LLP, Times Square


“Passion in Business Leads to Action; Control of Emotions Leads to Reflection”

Pierre Bognon, retired chief financial officer, Marsh & McLennan Europe
With Donald Gibson, PhD, dean and professor of management, Dolan School of Business and Richard Ryscavage, S.J., director of the Center for Faith and Public Life and professor of sociology
April 3, 2013
Trinity Church on Wall Street


“Reflections on the Importance of Keeping Life in Balance”

Richard Kelly, senior managing director, The Bridgeford Group
With Donald Gibson, PhD, dean and professor of management, Dolan School of Business and Richard Ryscavage, S.J., director of the Center for Faith and Public Life and professor of sociology
February 5, 2013
Trinity Church on Wall Street


Panel: “Exploring the Social Impact of Financial Firms”, “The Struggle to Create Work/Life Balance”, “The Jesuit Edge"Advancing Your Career”

Gavin O’Connor ’88, chief operating officer, Investment Management Division, Goldman Sachs
With Donald Gibson, PhD, dean and professor of management, Dolan School of Business and Richard Ryscavage, S.J., director of the Center for Faith and Public Life and professor of sociology
May 22, 2012
Trinity Church on Wall Street


“Wall Street Careers: An Interactive Discussion of Challenges and Values”

Geoffrey T. Boisi, chairman and chief executive officer of Roundtable Investment Partners LLC
With David Schmidt, PhD, associate professor of business ethics, Dolan School of Business and Richard Ryscavage, S.J., director of the Center for Faith and Public Life and professor of sociology
February 15, 2012
Trinity Church on Wall Street

 

Fairfield on Wall Street is funded by generous donations from CFPL Advisory Board Members Gregory Neville P’11 and Marianne Neville ’79, P’11

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