January 7, 2014
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
DR. FAITH NGUNJIRI, director of the Lorentzsen Center for Faith and Work and associate professor of Ethics
AMY KELLY, Media Relations director
JANUARY LORENTZSEN CENTER LUNCHEON
The Lorentzsen Center for Faith and Work, part of the Concordia College Offutt School of Business, will hold an upcoming luncheon titled “Urban Development and the Common Good.” The luncheon is from noon-1:15 p.m. Friday, Jan. 24, at the Avalon Events Center, 613 1st Ave. N., Fargo. Doug Burgum is the featured speaker.
Burgum, well known as a visionary leader, credits support from his extended family and friends, team members and partner’s he’s worked with to create lasting value and improve the human condition. He continues to believe innovative, authentic and courageous companies have the power to change the world. He actively pursues this belief through Arthur Ventures, a venture capital fund he co-founded that invests in entrepreneurial ideas to transform industries and the Kilbourne Group, which is passionate about revitalizing downtown Fargo.
The cost for the luncheon is $20 per person. Please RSVP by Friday, Jan. 17, online at ConcordiaCollege.edu/businessevents or by calling (218) 299-3305.
The Lorentzsen Center honors the life and work of Norman M. Lorentzsen, esteemed philanthropist, former CEO of Burlington Northern, alumnus of Concordia and former member and chair of its Board of Regents. The center identifies and sustains ethical values and practices in individuals and organizations. It builds on the tradition and practices of the Center for Ethical Leadership.