5-Year Celebration with YCP Founder Jennifer Baugh

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Join us to celebrate 5 years of Young Catholic Professionals in Houston! We'll have a special Mass with former YCP Houston Chaplain, Fr. TJ Dolce, then hear from YCP's Founder and National Executive Director, Jennifer Baugh. 

Jennifer Baugh received her Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Trinity University and her MBA from Texas A&M, graduating summa cum laude. She worked for Merrill Lynch in the Global Wealth Management practice and for FTI Consulting in the Corporate Restructuring practice before starting the YCP apostolate in 2010.

Come hear Jenn share her story of starting YCP, balancing YCP with starting a family, and how young Catholic professionals can confront challenges in our church and our oftentimes polarizing world. As we enter a new decade, how can we be authentically Catholic in an increasingly secular world? And if we are to be the next generation of Catholic leaders, how do we balance humility with a desire to grow in our careers and multiply our impact to be forces for good in our world?

6:30 p.m. | Mass at the Co-Cathedral with YCP Houston's first Chaplain, Fr. TJ Dolce.
7:10 p.m. | Event check-in and networking
7:45 p.m. | Opening prayer and remarks
7:50 p.m. | Hear from Jenn

• This event is free and open to all young adults in any profession or industry.
• Complimentary beer, wine and appetizers.
• Dress is business casual.
• Parking is available in the two Co-Cathedral parking lots and shoulder parking downtown is free after 6pm.

**Overflow parking is also available**
1111 St. Joseph Parkway
Houston, Texas 77002
$5/car

See y'all there!
WHEN
January 28, 2020 at 6:30pm - 9:30pm
WHERE
Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart Parish
1111 St Jose
ph Parkway
Houston, TX 77002
United States
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