God in the Workplace Panel Interview

Workshop Date: December 8, 2016

Topic: Company Culture – How Bible based businesses function in and anti-christian society.

Join us as Jamie Jordan leads our three panelist in a discussion of their business culture. You will not want to miss the opportunity to hear these three business leaders share how they walk out their faith in the workplace.

The first 40 people who register will receive a complimentary copy of newly released book "Living Among Lions: How to Thrive like Daniel in Today’s Babylon" by Jason Benham and David Benham.

Moderator: Jamie Jordan, Stravicom Global, Inc.

Panelists: Troy Hall, COO of SC Federal Credit Union
Paul Heinauer, President of Glasspro
Frank Wells, CFO of Health First

Living Among Lions written by Benham Brothers

Panel Bios

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[fruitful_tab title="Troy Hall, Ph.D"] I am a global leader of senior managers with almost 40 years of strategic experience and more than 20 years serving on staff and as an outside marketing consultant for the credit union industry. With a Ph.D. in global leadership & entrepreneurship from Regent University, my international "Not Your Grandpa's Conference Sessions" influence and enable leaders in the areas of leadership, group dynamics, diversity, and critical thinking.

Aside from serving on the Board of Directors for Lowcountry Orphan Relief, acting as an advisor to the Lowcountry Chapter of Credit Unions, and promoting the Carolinas CUL CUaware Protege mentoring program, my schedule allows me to co-host “The Power of Performance,” a weekly blog-talk radio show reaching business leaders across the United States.

Most people know me as a simple man of faith who married his high school sweetheart in 1977 and loves living life in the "hallway." NBC's Today Show highlighted our four generations living under the same roof in a special segment. [/fruitful_tab]
[fruitful_tab title="Paul Heinauer"]paul-heinauer Paul Heinauer was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA where he received his Bachelors of Science in Business from Duquesne University in 1978, followed by an MBA in Marketing from Miami University of Ohio. Shortly after graduation, Paul married his high school sweetheart Paula. They have two married children and currently reside on Sullivan’s Island.

Paul’s business career began in 1979 in the Management Training Program at PPG Industries, a major glass manufacturer headquartered in Pittsburgh. After promotions to key sales and product management positions, Paul was named Branch Manager in PPG’s Greenville office in 1985.

The following year, Paul’s entrepreneurial spirit kicked in to high gear and he relocated to Charleston to start Coastal Glass Distributors to distribute flat and auto glass as well as manufacture insulated glass throughout several states. A few years later Paul founded Glasspro and opened Glasspro’s first auto glass replacement and repair retail facility in North Charleston in 1995. Today Glasspro owns and operates 11 auto glass retail repair centers throughout South Carolina and serves the entire state.

During a career that began by working his way through school as a full-time janitor alongside his father to managing a successful business, Paul Heinauer recently summed up his personal story this way:

"My parents taught me the value of hard work…my family the importance of honesty and trust…my employees the value of mutual respect …and my faith how blessed we all are. The strong commitments I've made to my family, employees, community and faith will never begin to balance all that I have received from each of them.” [/fruitful_tab]
[fruitful_tab title="Frank Wells"] Frank Wells, a Charleston, SC native, began working in a family business in 1973 and started his first business while attending the College of Charleston. He worked on Wall Street as a fixed income specialist, trading bonds for Merrill Lynch in New York City. After receiving his MBA from Kenan-Flagler Business School at UNC Chapel Hill, he advised companies in business reorganization and turn-around consulting with the Financial Advisory Services division of Coopers & Lybrand. He managed more than 2300 people as Deputy Director in the Olympic Village for the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, and he led the coordination with other divisions’ leadership and strategic planning. Mr. Wells was Sr. VP for Strategic Alliances during the early years of a software technology firm. He has successfully developed and managed businesses in varied industries. He served as COO for Garment Corporation of America in Miami, FL, and currently serves as COO for Health First Primary, Urgent and Emergent Care, and as Executive Director for Renew IV Spa & Walk-in Clinic in Charleston, SC.

Mr. Wells is active in the community and supports charitable events. He served as a supporting member of the American Marketing Association, The Center for Women, Porter-Gaud Alumni Association, College of Charleston Alumni Association, Rotary International, and Seacoast Church, and he and his wife use their own marriage struggle to minister to other couples in Marriage Ministries. He served on the Success By 6 Vision Council for the Trident United Way, focused on early learning, literacy and school preparedness for pre-school age children. Mr. Wells was chosen to provide financial advice in the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wi$e Up financial education program. He is the past Treasurer for the Friends of the Atlanta Fulton Public Library, past President of the Young Buckhead Business Association and served on the boards of Global Health Action, Global Health Appeal and the Charleston City Team for Crown Financial Ministries. Mr. Wells currently serves on the LifeWorksCharleston board, Whitfield Center for Christian Leadership at CSU board, and lives on Daniel Island with his wife and 3 children. [/fruitful_tab]