Join us in Houston on February 24 & 25 for the 2022 Gold Member Gathering HACKATHON. CMB’s Gold Members will come together to creatively analyze and contemplate challenges facing Christian music radio such as where will radio be in 20 years and how can the format grow. It’s a time of innovation, collaboration and building community.
February 23 – Dinner at 6pm
February 24/25 – Hackathon
February 25 – Depart after lunch
The hotel has a complimentary airport shuttle, but you will need to provide transportation to and from the hotel and event site. The closest airport is George Bush (IAH).
Ali Llewellyn & Nick Skytland draw on their experience and insight from working with leaders at some of the most innovative companies and ministries in the world to teach you practical approaches to navigating uncertainty and unlocking your true potential. Ali’s background in education, cross-cultural communication, and future thinking provides the clarity and articulation necessary to help organizations and communities take their mission to the next level. Nick’s deep technical and leadership experience has helped him lead high performing teams and pioneer new ways of doing business in both government and industry for over two decades. Together, they have trained astronauts, designed next-generation technology, developed open-source software, led missional movements around the world, and planned some of the largest purpose-driven collaborations in history. Nick and Ali offer a fresh perspective as you plan for the future, address significant social and community issues, and advance the Gospel.
R. Shane Kimbrough was selected by NASA in 2004. He completed his first spaceflight in 2008 on STS-126, where he spent almost 16 days on the mission to expand the crew living quarters to accommodate a six-member crew. He earned a Master of Science degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Before being selected as an astronaut, Kimbrough joined NASA in 2000 as a Flight Simulation Engineer (FSE) on the Shuttle Training Aircraft (STA). Kimbrough flew on the Expedition 49/50 mission where he performed 4 spacewalks and has now logged in a total of 189 days in space. He most recently served as commander of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft, named Endeavour, and NASA’s SpaceX Crew-2 mission which landed November 8, 2021. It was the second commercial crew rotation mission aboard the International Space Station and the third crewed flight for that spacecraft. He also served as Flight Engineer of Expedition 65/66 on the International Space Station.