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Princeton Club of DFW 2020 Annual Dinner

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Lakewood Country Club

6430 Gaston Avenue

Dallas, TX 75214

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PCDFW's 2020 Annual Dinner featuring Professor David Miller, Director of the Princeton Faith & Work Initiative

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Join the Princeton Club of Dallas-Fort Worth for the 2020 Annual Dinner. The event includes a cocktail reception followed by dinner and lecture program.

The program, "How to Succeed in Business Without Selling Your Soul," features Professor David Miller, a member of the Department of Religion and the Director of Princeton's Faith & Work Initiative.

EVENT DETAILS

  • Lakewood Country Club | 6430 Gaston Avenue, Dallas
  • 6 p.m. Cocktails | 7 p.m. Dinner & Program

TICKET INFORMATION

Ticket prices vary by PCDFW membership status. Members may purchase one guest ticket at the membership price. Additional guests may attend at non-member price.

Ticket prices by membership level:

  • Young Alumni (Class of 2010 & Younger) - $50/ticket
  • General Member (General, Patron, Angel Members) - $70/ticket
  • Non-Member - $90/ticket

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Professor David Miller is the Director of the Princeton University Faith & Work Initiative (FWI), which he founded in 2008. His academic appointment is Professional Specialist in the Center for the Study of Religion and Lecturer in the Department of Religion.

FWI generates scholarly research and practical resources for the issues and opportunities surrounding faith and work.

David also teaches “Business Ethics and Modern Religious Thought,” which is offered through the Department of Religion and cross-listed by the Keller Center for Entrepreneurship.

Before moving to Princeton in 2008, David taught for five years at Yale Divinity School and Yale School of Management, also serving as the Executive Director of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture.

David brings a “bi-lingual” perspective, having spent 16 years in senior executive positions in international business and finance before entering academia. He received his M.Div. and Ph.D. in social ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary.

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Lakewood Country Club

6430 Gaston Avenue

Dallas, TX 75214

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