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If you’d like a better understanding of the crisis in our economy, please join us in the 10:15 AM Rector’s Forum this Sunday, January 26 as we welcome Charlie Rahilly, former Senior Warden and President/CEO of eXcorda, LLC.

In December President Obama delivered a speech on economic justice, describing the growing gulf between rich and poor, and naming this the defining issue of our time. Economists now distinguish between the capitalism we knew from the Industrial Revolution through the 1970s and the current capitalism which has become dependent on financial institutions. The economic gains of our time are now concentrated in one-tenth of one per cent of the population. This imbalance threatens capitalism itself.

All Saints is committed to being a faith community equipped to challenge the current realities and to work for economic justice. Come learn more from Charlie Rahilly about the issues that inform our work.

More about Charlie Rahilly:

Charlie Rahilly is President/CEO of eXcorda, LLC which he co-founded in 2012 to develop scalable energy efficiency services for the commercial and residential electricity markets and demand side management services for electric utilities.

Prior to founding eXcorda, Charlie spent two decades in the broadcast business, where he most recently led Clear Channel Media and Entertainment’s National Platforms division responsible for over $4 Billion in annual advertising billings.

From 2007 to 2010, he was President of Clear Channel’s Premiere Networks providing programming and production services to over 5,000 radio stations nationwide.  His earlier positions at Clear Channel included EVP/Operations, SVP/Sunbelt Region, Market President for Los Angeles and VP/Director of Sales for Los Angeles.

Charlie started his broadcast career at 102.7 KIIS-FM in Los Angeles and held various leadership roles at the station prior to Clear Channel’s acquiring the station in 2000.

Charlie holds a BBA from the University of Oklahoma.

Charlie celebrated his eight anniversary at All Saints this past Advent.

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