Palazzo Verde Greenwood Village, CO

Women, Work & Calling

Thursday, Feb. 26 6:15 p.m.



Held on February 26, 2015.

Whether women are working at home, professionally, in the wider community or all of the above, they face unique challenges as they seek to faithfully navigate the complexity of their calling. For Christians seeking to steward the fullness of their lives, finding better language and more flexible frameworks to think about the many dimensions of a woman’s work is essential. In the midst of inevitable tensions and uncertainties how does our faith address the questions many women face and how can the church better equip women in their vocation?


Katelyn Beaty

Author and Speaker

Katelyn Beaty is a graduate of Calvin College and was the youngest managing editor in Christianity Today’s history. She was also the first woman to serve in that role. Katelyn is the cofounder of Her.meneutics, a website covering news, cultural trends, and theology from the  perspective of Christian women. Recently, Simon & Schuster published  her book A Woman’s Place, which uses theological, historical, and cultural lenses to examine the central place work plays in every woman’s life.

Kate Harris

The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation and Culture

Kate Harris is the former Executive Director at The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation, and Culture. A native of Colorado, Kate moved to Washington in 2002 and spent several years working for Senate leadership on Capitol Hill before helping to found the Wedgewood Circle, an angel investment network to fund art that lifts up the good, true and beautiful. She recently published Wonder Woman: Navigating the Challenges of Motherhood, Career, and Identity with Zondervan as part of the Barna Frames series.

Cindy Chang Mahlberg

Colorado Center for Dermatology & Skin Surgery

Cindy Chang Mahlberg is business director and integrator at the Colorado Center for Dermatology and Skin Surgery, and co-founder of Women in the Mix, a social venture focused on empowering and equipping women to thrive in work and life. She previously worked as a lawyer at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and Credit Suisse. She received her law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and completed the Gotham Fellowship at the Center for Faith & Work in New York City. She lives with her husband and two children in Lone Tree.