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How Christian Investors can Engage Corporate America
Who: Justin Danhof, ESQ, General Counsel & Director of the Free Enterprise Project
What: Kingdom Living Podcast Recording/Presentation
Where: 4pm – Thursday March 25th 2021 – GoToMeeting Presentation
Why: How Christian Investors can Engage Corporate America
Glenn Repple – The Repple Minute
Join us for this very special edition of the Kingdom Living Podcast Series, from Kingdom Living Author/Speaker Glenn Repple, of The Repple Minute. The popular weekly Podcast, Kingdom Living, is all about living, as God intended for us, through claiming our rightful identity through Jesus Christ.
Justin Danhof, ESQ, General Counsel & Director of the Free Enterprise Project
Glenn welcomes Special Guest Justin Danhof, ESQ, General Counsel & Director of the Free Enterprise Project for this special look at how Christian Investors can Engage Corporate America. Join us, 4pm Thursday, March 25, 2021, for this very special presentation.
Launched in 2007, the National Center for Public Policy Research’s Free Enterprise Project focuses on shareholder activism and the confluence of big government and big business. The Free Enterprise Project (FEP) is the conservative movement’s only full-service shareholder activism and education program: It files shareholder resolutions, engages corporate CEOs and board members at shareholder meetings, petitions the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for interpretative guidance, and sponsors effective media campaigns to create the incentives for corporations to stay focused on their missions.
As the leading voice for conservative-minded investors, FEP annually files more than 90 percent of all right-of-center shareholder resolutions. Dozens of liberal organizations, however, annually file more than 95 percent of all policy-oriented shareholder resolutions and continue to exert undue influence over corporate America.