Thursday, March 5th, 2020
“Learning to Manage Obstacles in the Workplace”
Senior Manager Supply Chain Execution
Born and raised in Southern California, David Roberts migrated to the copper state to attend the University of Arizona on a full Football Scholarship. As a Wide Receiver, David would become a 4-year letter winner and multi-year starter for the Wildcats from 2008-2011. A true student-athlete, David graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering in the spring of 2012.
David currently serves as the Supply Chain Execution Sr. Manager for the Component Service Program and Global Fleet Care divisions within Boeing Global Service. Before transferring to the Supply Chain Organization, David served as the Component and Reliability Engineering Manager within Global Fleet Care. Prior to transitioning to BGS, David served as the 787 Engineering Airline Support Account Manager within BCA for American Airlines, United Airlines & multiple international airlines from 2014 through 2016. In this role, David managed over 20% of the 787 world-wide fleet. David joined Boeing in 2012 as a Propulsion Engineer within the Engine Performance organization where he worked on the 747-8, 777 & 787 programs.
David currently resides in Redmond WA with his wife Lauren and son Leo. The two met during their time at the University of Arizona and later married in March of 2016.
Growing up my Grandmother’s favorite verse was Romans 8:28, and she summarized it for her grandchildren in “All things for Our Good, God’s Glory”. The promise in Romans 8:28 is a favorite verse for many believers around the world due to the absolute assurance that “for those who love God all things work together for good.” In my talk, I plan to share how my career path helped me grasp the fullness of God’s promise after I completely accepted the “ALL THINGS” within Romans 8. I plan to illuminate the truth that God has for us surrounding how to manage obstacles within our careers with the Christian mindset that Paul writes about in Romans.
Bellevue Towers, Great Room on Level 5
500 106th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
For building access for the event, go to the retail elevator by Lot No 3 (on 106th Ave NE) right by the North Bellevue Tower Lobby entrance.
Parking available on the street, lot across the street, or underneath building. Validate at Lot 3.
$5 for event registration. Doors open at 6:45pm.
Credit card or cash accepted at event.
Registration closes on Wednesday, March 4th at 5pm.
There will be no credits or refunds for canceled registrations.
Join us to build connections and discuss our speaker’s insights.
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