Connect Faith’s 2016 Agents of Change

By Connect Staff, September 9, 2016

If you like to stand out, do things differently and be uncompromising in your beliefs, you are in good company. These 12 exemplars (our version of event apostles) are causing the faith-based events world to stop and take notice.

Peter Barton Connect Faith Event Planner Cincinnati Ohio Convention CenterPeter Barton, CTA

Sales Manager, Duke Energy Convention Center for Spectra Venue Management

 

 

Liz Cluley Agents of Change Aspen Colorado Resort Association FaithLiz Cluley

Sales Manager, Aspen Chamber Resort Association

 

 

Harris III Illusionist Magician Storyteller Story Conference Event Planner Creative CreatorHarris, III

Illusionist; Storyteller
Founder, Istoria Collective
Director/Producer/Curator, Story Gathering

 

Liz Hogan Agents of Change Connect Faith Florida Daytona Beach Sales Religion ConferenceLiz Hogan

Sales Manager, The Shores Resort & Spa

 

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