Please join the LCU School of Business as we explore the challenging intersection of faith in business. Hear from two successful business leaders and discover how to cultivate a missional framework to influence the world beyond personal ethics and integrity.
Mayor, City of Lubbock
Dan Pope received his B.B.A in Finance from Texas Tech University in 1985 and is a member of the Rawls College of Business Advisory Council. In 1994, he founded Benchmark Business Solutions and grew his business enterprise into the most successful Xerox Agent-Dealer in the country—creating over 70 jobs in Lubbock. Pope currently serves as Chief Development Officer of Covenant Health System. He was elected Mayor of the City of Lubbock on May 7, 2016.
Managing Director, Tax Management Consulting, Deloitte
A Lubbock native, Amanda Hale received her B.A. in Humanities from Lubbock Christian University in 1998 and graduated from the Neeley School of Business at TCU with her M.B.A. in 2001. She has been employed with Deloitte for 15 years, leading global strategy and operations projects as well as large-scale, global process improvements. Beyond work, Hale has a passion for coaching and developing others; she actively volunteers with College Summit and chairs the NYC Leadership Council, which focuses on program development and fundraising.
Tickets cost $40 each, $300 per table of 8.
Check-in opens at 11:15.
Luncheon will begin promptly at 11:45.