Wednesday, May 18, 2016, 7:00 to 8:30 am
SVPB Networking Event

“The Interactive Life with God in Silicon Valley”

SPEAKER: Ellen Luttrell, Marketing Executive
WHERE: Stanford Faculty Club
439 Lagunita Drive, Stanford, CA 94305

Fee: $25

Ellen LuttrellEllen Luttrell is a San Francisco native marketing executive managing a boutique global consulting practice. After a long run at Oracle Corporation, she broke out on her own consulting to the likes of Cisco, Sun Microsystem, eBay and Silicon Graphics along with early stage VC portfolio companies. With more than twenty years in marketing and sales leadership, she has woven her faith into every project and every client relationship. Her career took a new path when she was recruited by the White House to join the US Department of Energy to serve as a top advisor to the Assistant Secretary and later project managed $13B in Recovery Act funds. She often felt like the Forrest Gump of energy engaging in top level meetings. God hand guided her through the nation’s energy mission and protected her from the day-to-day politics of politics.

How do you incorporate the Word of God here in the Silicon Valley day-to-day? How do we live by the power of God’s truth in a competitive landscape that often feels so godless? How can you be a shining light of truth and love to fulfill God’s purpose in our lives to love Him and love others?

Ellen has a living faith that permeates every aspect of her work. She will share stories of how an interactive life with God and the power of scripture in the Silicon Valley is real and can be real for you wherever you are.

The Silicon Valley Prayer Breakfast holds annual and quarterly events. These quarterly events at Stanford are smaller gatherings (60-80 attendees) held at the Stanford Faculty Club and are open to all. All of these events are intended to showcase real stories of Christian faith in the everyday workplace.

The SVPB Networking breakfast begins at 7:00am and will conclude at 8:30am. Invite a friend or colleague to this engaging and high-impact networking event. The cost is $25.

Register here