YCP Executive Panel Discussion: Hope

YCP Executive Panel Discussions are quarterly events focused on living virtuously in the workplace. Panelists lead a discussion about a particular virtue and what it means to practice that virtue in daily life. The topic for this Panel Discussion is the virtue of hope. After the panel, table leaders bring the discussion down to the individual level. At the end of the evening, a representative from each table shares their collective insights with the rest of the group.

This event is free for YCP OC Members. 
$20 suggested donation for guests and non-members.

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RALPH LINZMEIER: After leaving the Air Force in 1982, Ralph began pursuing a career in investment management. He is now a Managing Director of Wealth Management at Morgan Stanley. In 2008, he was recognized as the Number One Wealth Manager in Orange County by The Orange County Business Journal. Ralph combines his unique array of talents and experience to help others achieve financial independence and provides strategies to provide Philanthropy Solutions. Ralph has also been active in Scouting most of his life and Co-Founded and Co-Chaired the Annual Men of Character Search for the Boy Scouts. OONAGH LINZMEIER is a CLU/CHFC in the insurance industry, a mother of four, grandmother, past president of Legatus, and board member of numerous organizations. Ralph and Oonagh received The Pope Saint John Paul II Award for Diligence. They enjoy sharing their passion and beliefs in valuing non-profit services as an important civic duty to serving the church, the underprivileged and supporting education and youth. With two friends, they co-founded and lead the effort to create St. Junipero Serra Catholic School which has become the largest Catholic grade school in America. Through their enthusiasm for furthering Catholic education, they founded a Teacher Retention Endowment, which aids teachers to continue in their career. In addition to their philanthropic endeavors, they are strong supporters of water for all through Wells of Life and of education in Haiti and Uganda. They direct homeless support activities in Orange County and are supporters of the Semper Fi America Fund. They are both involved with the Order of Malta and chaired the Hospitaller Committee which oversees the interaction with 61 charities in Western United States.

DEACON MARK MURPHY spent 28 years in the C-suite as a CFO, COO, CEO, and Board Member of the companies he led. He served for six years as the CEO and director of a publicly traded medical device company. In 2012, Mark began his inquiry for the Diaconate and became a Vistage CEO Peer Advisory Group Chair and Advisor to numerous CEOs and senior executives. Mark holds a BA in Accounting and Information Systems and an MBA in Finance from Cal State Fullerton. He earned his California CPA certificate in 1983. Mark has been married to his high school sweetheart, Carla for 37 years. They have four children and six grandchildren. Mark has four sisters and three brothers. After five years of inquiry and formation, Mark was ordained a Permanent Deacon in the Diocese of Orange on October 28, 2017 by Bishop Kevin Vann. He is assigned to St. Martin de Porres Parish in Yorba Linda and continues to advise his CEO and senior executive clients.

September 12, 2018 at 7pm - 9pm
St. Thomas More Irvine
51 Marketplace
Irvine, CA 92602
United States
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