2019 Principled Entrepreneurship™ Conference

Annual Principled Entrepreneurship Conference

Midtown Manhattan, New York City

October 21-22, 2019


Join the Napa Institute and the Busch School of Business for the 2019 Principled Entrepreneurship™ Conference. This is an annual event, uniting academic, business, and faith leaders to seek a just society through promotion of principled entrepreneurship. The Napa Institute and the Catholic University of America are excited to bring this conference to Midtown Manhattan, New York City, October 21st-22nd with optional activities on October 23rd.


This year’s conference will feature many renowned and inspiring speakers including Reihan Salam, Stephen Auth, Dr. Andrew Abela, David Bahnsen, Philip Hamburger, Dr. Anne Bradley and many more. Benefit from opportunities for prayer, networking, and fellowship. The conference is quickly approaching and we hope you will join us for this exciting event.





$1,500 Registration*

Register by September 1st and receive a $200 credit towards Napa Institute Main Conference in 2020.

*Young Adults 35 and under receive a 50% registration discount.

*Bishops registration fee is waived. Priests and Religious receive a 50% registration discount.


Cancellations made prior to September 21, 2019 are subject to a $200 cancellation fee. No refunds after September 21, 2019.


For questions or to register by phone,
please call Jean Jacoby
at 855-740-NAPA or jjacoby@napa-institute.org.



Please contact events@napa-institute.org to learn more about sponsorship opportunities. 

conference SPEAKERS

Dr. Andrew V. Abela

Dean of The Catholic University of America’s Tim and Steph Busch School of Business

Max Torres

Associate Professor of Business Ethics and Organizational Behavior Centesimus Annus Della Ratta Family Endowed Professor at the Tim and Steph Busch School of Business

Andreas Widmer

Director, Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship at the Tim and Steph Busch School of Business

His Eminence, Gerhard Ludwig Müller

Cardinal Deacon of the Church of Sant’Agnese in Agone, Rome and former prefect of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith