ORU to Host Forum on Values and Capitalism
Oral Roberts University will be hosting a forum discussing values and capitalism with alumna Jacqueline Otto Isaacs on Monday, March 24, 2014. The forum is free to the public and will begin at 7:30 p.m. in LRC 236 in the ORU Learning Resource Center (LRC)/Graduate Center (GC) building.
The forum will also host a panel discussion in conjunction with Otto Isaacs’ presentation.
The panel will be comprised of ORU student leaders and faculty as well as Tulsa community and business leaders.
Otto Isaacs works in public affairs at a large not-for-profit organization in the greater Washington D.C. area and is an MBA candidate at the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. In recent years, she has defended freedom with the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics, America's Future Foundation and the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
Otto Isaacs has blogged about early career advice for SingleRoots.com, reported on Washington D.C. events for RedAlertPolitics.com, and has been involved with the Values & Capitalism Project since 2009. She has been published by Fox News, “Investor's Business Daily,” “The Daily Caller,” Townhall.com, “The Austin-American Statesman,” “The American Spectator” and “Cato Unbound.”
Otto-Isaacs’ writings can be accessed at http://www.valuesandcapitalism.com/authors/jacqueline-isaacs.
For more information about ORU, visit www.oru.edu.
The Values and Capitalism Forum at ORU is funded by a grant from the Values & Capitalism division of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), Washington D.C.