Join us for upcoming Executive Speaker Event, "Catholic Social Teaching in Business – what does it mean for you?" This event will feature TWO speakers, John Kaisersatt and Davies Crasta. John and Davies will discuss Catholic social teaching and the implications in our workplaces - what it is, why we should have a working knowledge of it, and how we can utilize it to witness to our Faith. They will share a business case involving GE, a real life opportunity to apply Catholic social teaching in the workplace. During the event, we will also be unveiling a NEW YCP PROGRAM: The YCP Business Ethics Forum! This program is an incredible opportunity for young professionals to study Catholic social teaching with a dedicated group through real-life case studies and in-depth discussion. There will be a selective application process explained at the event. Have you enjoyed one of our past speakers? Bring someone else who you think would have a good time as well! 7 - 7:45pm YCP Networking – free wine, beer & appetizers 7:45pm Speakers: John Kaisersatt and Davies Crasta Attire is business professional. All young professionals in their 20s and 30s are invited to this FREE event! ______________________ John Kaisersatt is a business and corporate lawyer with the firm of Ferguson, Braswell & Fraser, P.C., in Plano. John has been practicing law since 1996 when he graduated from the University of Texas School of Law. John completed an MBA at Texas Christian University in 2012. John has been involved in writing and facilitating business cases applying Catholic Social Teaching principles to business for over ten years for Business Ethics Forum quarterly meetings and annual workshops. Davies M. Crasta currently serves in a coverage role, as a Corporate Banker, in Well Fargo’s Corporate Banking Division. Prior to this, Davies was one of four founding team members of Wells Fargo Gaming Capital, LLC. Prior to that Davies served as the sole Analyst in the Wells Fargo Agribusiness and Commodities Specialty Group. Davies is a graduate of Texas Tech University where he received three degrees – Accounting, Finance, and Economics. Learn more at www.ycpdallas.org.