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We are also pleased to share the talks given by guest speakers at our Annual Meetings.
Kathleen Moyer loves working with people of all ages and inspiring a sense of true manhood and womanhood. Her early career centered around character education and youth development as she served as the girls Camp Director at Camps Leelanau and Kohahna for Christian Scientists in Maple City, MI. She also enjoyed running adult programs at the camps. After her camp directing career, Kathleen went into the fulltime public practice of Christian Science, and she continues to serve as a Christian Science practitioner.
Madelon Maupin – 2017 Annual Meeting Speaker – “Psalms: Prayers for Healing” .
Madelon Maupin combines a strong business career with a love of spiritual principles and enjoys sharing those with a variety of audiences. Although her academic training is in Biblical studies (both undergraduate and graduate), her goal is to help others identify spiritual guidelines for their own lives in the middle of extremely demanding schedules as spouses, parents, employees and business owners.
Madelon holds a Masters from San Francisco Theological Seminary, serves as a faculty member of “Higher Ground,” and is active in leading two Bible Study groups. Madelon is a frequent contributor to her churches’ international magazines, having had some 35 articles published over the past 20 years on topics such as bringing spirituality to one’s business life.
She enjoys serving on the Board of Trustees for Adventure Unlimited (having completed a 5 year term as Chairman), andhas recently completed a term as Trustee at the Crisler Library in Ephesos, Turkey. Madelon lives in Newport Beach, California, with her husband, George S. Birdsong, Jr.
Michael Mooslin – 2016 Annual Meeting Speaker – “The Suspension of Disbelief”
Michael Mooslin has been an active supporter of several Christian Science nursing facilities for many years, serving as a board member and inspirational speaker. Early in his professional career he hired developmentally disabled employees, including spearheading a new training facility to transition them into mainstream jobs. His persistent and compassionate advocacy work led Congress to implement a change in the law, which improved employment opportunities for those with developmental disabilities. Michael is currently Chief Operating Officer and President of Color Me Mine Enterprises, and was previously president of several restaurant and franchise consulting companies.