Leadership Conference 2012 - Panel 2: Leading in/to the Ether
2012 ESR LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
"LEADING CHANGE: FAITHFUL LISTENING, CREATIVE RESULTS"
AUGUST 10-12, 2012
QUAKERS IN BUSINESS PANEL 2: LEADING IN/TO THE ETHER: LEADERSHIP, POWER AND AUTHORITY IN THE FACEBOOK, BLOGGING, SKYPING AGE
Jennie Isbell (moderator)
Gabriel Ehri is Executive Director at Friends Publishing Corporation, an independent nonprofit with a 185-year legacy. Friends Journal, the monthly magazine, and friendsjournal.org together reach tens of thousands of Quakers, seekers, and fellow travelers worldwide. A Seattle native and lifelong Friend, Gabe lives in Philadelphia with his wife and son.
Brent Bill is writer, photographer, retreat leader, and Quaker minister. He’s written and co-written many books including Awaken Your Senses, Sacred Compass, and Holy Silence. Brent serves as the executive vice president of the Indianapolis Center for Congregations that serves congregations in Indiana through consulting, grant-making, and education activities.
Penny Sitler is the advertising manager for Draper, Inc. in Spiceland, Indiana, a leading manufacturer of projection screens, window shades, and gymnasium equipment. She has championed social media as it has grown to be a key part of Draper's marketing mix, building a strong Twitter presence and establishing the company blog. Penny also serves on the board of Earlham College, and attends Dublin Friends Meeting, where she participates in music and ministry with her husband Chris and teenage children Daniel and Mariah.
Robin Mohr is the Executive Secretary for the Friends World Committee for Consultation, Section of the Americas. She is a member of San Francisco Monthly Meeting (Pacific Yearly Meeting). She is married, with two young sons. Her blog, What Canst Thou Say?, can be found at http://robinmsf.blogspot.com/.
Katherine Murray is a Quaker, writer, and spiritual director, and the author of more than 60 non-fiction books related to technology, business, and spirituality. A blogger since 2002, Katherine uses various social media to further ideas and share her work.