Technology Partners sponsored the sixth annual Christian Business Women’s Breakfast, hosted by The Rooted Sisters, which took place on Tuesday, Nov. 7, at The Crossing Church in Chesterfield. This year’s theme, “Salty & Bright: Radiating Light in the Marketplace,” drew inspiration from Matthew 5:13-16, emphasizing the call to be salt and light in the world.
The highlight of the event was our distinguished guest speaker, Emily Chang, a best-selling author and the North American CEO for Wunderman Thompson, West. With an illustrious career that includes leadership roles at Starbucks, Apple, and Intercontinental Hotels Group, Emily is a true business pioneer. Her personal story inspired all who were present.
The Christian Business Women’s Breakfast has grown in stature over the years, drawing attendees not only from the Greater St. Louis Metro but also from places as far as Singapore.
One of the most remarkable aspects of this event is the collective strength of nearly 400 influential female leaders who form the Rooted Sisters. This group of dynamic businesswomen of faith comes together to educate, equip, and empower one another to live out their faith in the workplace. Through our sponsorship, Technology Partners joined this empowering community, leaving a lasting impression on attendees.
For Technology Partners, our sponsorship contributed to the mission of the Rooted Sisters, an organization dedicated to educating, equipping, empowering, and networking Christian women to be lights in their respective industries. We are proud to have played a part in furthering this meaningful cause.
We want to extend our heartfelt thanks to all who were involved in making this event a resounding success. Together, we shone bright as we embraced the call to be salt and light in the marketplace. We look forward to continued collaborations with the Rooted Sisters and to making an even greater impact in the years to come.
To learn more about the Rooted Sisters and their impactful work, visit their website here.