Conceived in winter of 2003, GLF had its first pilot series in spring 2004. Feedback was positive, a board was assembled, a mission was agreed, and a 501c3 corporation was formed.
GLF brought local business executives and leaders together once a month to engage each other and prominent business leaders in open and frank dialogue about the vital link between faith, leadership, and ethics. We considered the resources of two bibles – the Wall Street Journal and the Holy Bible – to find practical wisdom, guidance, and encouragement to deal with the challenges and opportunities facing leaders in the marketplace. It was was moderated by David W. Miller, Ph.D., It was full of engaging, stimulating and meaningful dialogue.
The Greenwich Leadership Forum* (“GLF”) was an organization that provided a forum for men and women business executives to explore how faith can be a valuable resource in their personal decision-making, ethics, and leadership, and to help build and lead successful and ethically sound organizations. It was based on Christian principles and Biblical teachings, GLF welcomed men and women from all faith traditions.
GLF had its last meeting November of 2019. The board has since decided to end the meetings due to the Covid-19 crisis and other personal factors that made it difficult to continue.
We are so thankful and grateful for all of the hard work of Dr. David Miller, the board members, donors, and all of the speakers who gave of themselves to make GLF happen. The legacy of their love of faith and building the kingdom of God in the workplace will live on in our hearts.