Introducing the 2017 Culture Shapers

By Leigh Harper, October 5, 2017

The 2017 Culture Shapers are young professionals to watch. Almost anyone can throw an event together, but innovation is the true differentiating factor between a mediocre player in the faith-based events industry and a great one. They’re choosing innovation each day, setting themselves apart in the industry as they strive for more.

These game changers are not simply following a template. They are breaking molds, identifying creative solutions and purposefully not choosing the easy road. They are introducing new models, concepts and goals, in turn changing the way we work and think about events. Many of them are using their platforms to champion people and causes they’re passionate about along the way, stewarding their vocations and lives well. Read on to discover these fresh ideas and the inspiring minds and hearts behind them.

Matt Olthoff In the name of love ministries culture shapersThe Strategy Guru: Matt Olthoff

Rooted Network
Irvine, California

 

 


christen bohanon culture shapers anazaoThe Businesswoman: Christen Bohanon

Anazao Creative Co.
Nashville, Tennessee

 

 


Greg Dolezal culture shapers renewed vision propresenterThe Tech Mastermind: Greg Dolezal

Renewed Vision
Atlanta

 

 


James Lee Culture Shapers Gateway Men's Summit DallasThe Fun Guy: James Lee

Gateway Church
Dallas

 

 


Troy Welty Culture shapers EMF K-Love Air1The Relational Leader: Troy Welty

Educational Media Foundation
Charlotte, North Carolina

 

 

 


Amy Boland Apartment Life 61 Exchange Project BackyardThe Self-Starter: Amy Boland

Apartment Life
Atlanta, Georgia

 

 


Chianti Cleggett Birmingham Young Women's Empowerment ConferenceThe Empowerer: Chianti Cleggett

Young Women’s Empowerment Conference
Birmingham, Alabama

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