"Vision, Mission and Strategy: Fundamentals  for Success "
 A panel of three experts will discuss the importance of casting a vision for an organization, creating a vibrant mission and strategizing how to authentically live the mission and fulfill the vision.

Kelby Woodard, Darren Smith
and Rick Sapio
March 7, 2018 
7:30-9:30 a.m.
The Catholic Foundation
Kelby Woodard is the founding 
President at Cristo Rey Dallas College Preparatory School. Prior to accepting that position, Mr. Woodard co-founded two successful international-trade firms and worked as the Director of Global Supply Chain Assets Protection for the Target Corporation.   
From 2011 to 2014, Mr. Woodard served two terms as a member of the Minnesota House of Representatives. There, he championed education reform and was elected by his peers as an Assistant Minority Leader and served as the lead on K-12 education issues. 
Mr. Woodard earned an MBA in International Business with a concentration in Latin American Studies from the University of Dallas.  A Dallas native, he is a graduate of the University of North Texas and of Jesuit College Prep in Dallas.
Darren Smith is a strategy advisor, collaboration expert and executive coach for his company Cima Strategic. He helps leaders move-up from confidence in themselves to conviction about using their hearts to collaborate. Darren helps clients answer the question - what would life be like if all their teams collaborated effectively? Darren's deepest experience is in commercial construction, healthcare, technology, finance and energy in Texas.   Darren is married with five children and is a graduate of Jesuit College Prep and Texas A & M.
Rick Sapio, CEO of Mutual Capital Alliance, has been a lifelong entrepreneur. Rick started his first business, a bicycle repair shop, after the death of his father when he was just 13 years old and since then, has started 24 companies. Rick is a cradle Catholic, who grew up in northeastern, New Jersey. He is the 7th of nine children raised by a mother with serious, life-long mental-health issues. Rick learned early in life, that it is more important to focus on results, rather than the cards he was dealt. Since 1994, he's been the founder & CEO of a financial holding company, which made 120 investments, both directly, and indirectly, through its various funds. He is the co-founder and six-time Chairman of the Gathering of Titans Program, an annual, CEO-only event held at MIT in Boston. Rick graduated from Rutgers with a degree in engineering and resides in Dallas with his wife and their four children.
About Catholic Community Network
The Catholic Foundation presents a quarterly educational and networking opportunity for benefactors and the ministry leadership in the Dallas diocesan community. Dialogue with others who share your passion to meet the ever-changing needs of our Catholic faith community. Invite your co-workers to come participate in this communication resource the first Wednesday of each season.
Future Meeting Dates :
Summer-June 6, 2018 
Fall-September 5, 2018 
Winter-December 5, 2018


Seating is limited. Please RSVP if accepting to Virginia Dominguez
or click below to register via e-mail.
Admission is free.
March 7, 2018
7:30-9:30 a.m.
7:30 - 8:00 a.m.
8:00-9:30 a.m.
Complimentary  parking is  on the south side of Merit Tower building facing Medical City.

Continental Breakfast will be served.
The Catholic Foundation
12222 Merit Drive
Suite 850
Dallas, TX 75251
Tel. (972) 661-9792
Invite your colleagues to this quarterly networking and learning event for those that serve the Catholic community - don't miss it!
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12222 Merit Drive, Suite 850
Dallas, TX 75251