The YCP Executive Panel Discussion fosters a focused conversation about living virtuously in the workplace. Three panelists will lead the discussion about a particular virtue and what it means to practice that virtue in daily life. Afterwards, table leaders bring the discussion down to the individual level. At the end of the evening, representatives from each table share their collective insights with the rest of the group.
Dan graduated from Georgia Tech in 2015 with a bachelor's in Computer Science. He then entered priestly formation for four years: three in seminary and one in a parish. During that time, he earned a master's in philosophy. He began working at Georgia Tech Research Institute in 2019 as a systems engineer. He co-founded a young adult ministry called "Abide," which is based out of St. Catherine of Siena in Kennesaw. He enjoys piano, running, philosophy, and theology.
Tom Clements is a "serial entrepreneur". He has both successfully assisted in taking a company public and sold a company to a publicly traded institution. He has been CEO of three for-profit companies and created three non-profit entities.
He sold his first company in 1999 and has dedicated his life since then to evangelization.
He started Southern Catholic College, Georgia’s first Catholic college
Founded a Catholic high school in Ghana, Africa where 800 students who most likely wouldn’t be going to school are enrolled. 500 of them live on campus.
Has been a board member, advisor, volunteer, employee and major donor to over a dozen non-profits.
He recently published a book, “How to Run a Nonprofit”
He and his wife, Julie have been married for 42 years, they have 4 children and 6 grandchildren
Adrienne Rolwes is a lay Consecrated Woman of Regnum Christi. As a consecrated woman, she has made lifelong private vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience and lives in community with other consecrated women near Cumming, Georgia. Adrienne comes from St. Louis, Missouri and has a bachelor’s degree in religious and pastoral studies from the Anahuac University in Mexico City and a master’s degree in psychology from Divine Mercy University. During her twenty years of consecrated life she has served as a high school formation instructor, dean of college students, and spiritual director in Mexico, Rhode Island, Dallas, and Atlanta. She is fluent in Spanish thanks to her two years living Mexico. Adrienne is currently the National Vocations Director for the Consecrated Women and works in young adult ministry in the Atlanta area, offering spiritual direction and facilitating small groups, retreats, and other formative activities. She loves accompanying young people on their journey to know Christ and is very excited for the chance to help young professionals in this way through YCP.