Kristi Moline is the executive director for the Center for Healthcare Excellence at Bethel University. Moline earned her master’s in business administration from Bethel’s Graduate School and holds an undergraduate degree in community health.
Moline’s career has spanned, healthcare, government, and for-profit business. For the past five years, she has been engaging industry partners and creating pathways for students Through the Center for Healthcare Excellence at Bethel. Prior to joining Bethel, Moline spent nine years at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of MN building programs including the establishment of Children’s virtual services.
Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Agnostic, Hindu, Christian, Buddhist, Sikh, Muslim, Jewish, Wiccan... Regardless of your religious orientation this interfaith panel discussion aims to inspire you to consider leveraging “faith as a strategy” in your startup. Faith comes in many forms: in yourself, your product or service, your team, a higher power. This panel will explore the role of faith for startup founders. How does faith enable people to push forward believing they can accomplish what they set out to? What role does faith play when you face challenges in your work? How has faith helped create partnerships and collaborations with others? What is challenging about being a person of faith in the world of start-ups? We will explore these questions and more with a diverse panel of entrepreneurs moderated by an interfaith dialogue facilitator.