YCP Omaha Executive Speaker Series: Steve Wolf

Come to YCP Omaha's February Executive Speaker Series! Mr. Steve Wolf will be giving his presentation on Seeking Sainthood.

Steve is the Senior Facilitator and Public Involvement Strategist for JEO Consulting Group as well as the president and director of the Father Flanagan League Society of Devotion. Steve has served as the executive director of the Nebraska Business Leaders Summit, Director of Community Relations, US Strategic Command, Chief of Environmental Public Affairs for the National Guard Bureau at the Pentagon, and a reporter for The Orlando Sentinel in Florida. He has served since 1980 in the Army National Guard and Army Reserve. He holds the rank of Sergeant Major and is currently assigned at Headquarters, First Army.

Steve led the project to dedicate life-size bronze statues of Father Flanagan in Ballymoe, Ireland and Boys Town, Nebraska while also forging a Sister-City relationship between the village where Father Flanagan was born and raised in (Ballymoe) with the village he founded in Nebraska (Boys Town). Steve converted to Catholicism on Holy Thursday in 2001 after being raised primarily Baptist
and spending an extended period of his adult life as an agnostic. He attributes his conversion to his greater awareness and focus on Father Flanagan’s life and motivations that began with Steve leading the Father Flanagan memorial project for Ireland that began in 1999.

7 p.m. Networking Reception with free drinks and appetizers
7:45 p.m. Steve Wolf: Seeking Sainthood

YCP’s Executive Speaker Series is a program of monthly speakers in which executives share their professional and faith journeys and renew the challenge to young professionals to ‘Work in Witness for Christ!’­­ YCP puts special effort into securing great speakers who share practical ways to integrate faith into everyday life, especially in the workplace.

February 21, 2017 at 7pm - 8:30pm
Christ the King Parish
654 S 86th St
Omaha, NE 68114
United States
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