F aithTech is happening in New York City!

About our speaker

David T. Tswamuno is the founder of Fairbridge Park with responsibility for investing and operating activities of the firm. Prior to Fairbridge Park, David was Partner at Emil Capital Partners, a pioneering investment firm in sustainability and health & wellness in the consumer space. At ECP, David sourced, managed, and realized value for many of the firm’s investments. David started his career at Credit Suisse in Investment Banking and then as part of a Special Opportunities team focused on distressed opportunities of competitor banks. David received a BA in Mathematics and Economics from Middlebury College and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. David is an active volunteer with local community organizations in New York. He enjoys writing, long distance running, the performing arts, and supporting causes that promote human development.

Register to join us in person or on Zoom

Registration is required if you wish to attend (so that your name can be added to the building guest list). If you prefer to attend via Zoom, please also register, and the Zoom details will be emailed to you before the event.

About FaithTech

Are you a Christian who works in tech? Passionate to see technology leveraged for the Kingdom of God? Hungry to learn what it means to be redemptive and to build technology redemptively?

Come meet, learn, and build with other like-minded Christians in tech as we steward our skills for the glory of God together right here in New York!

We’ll meet to eat, learn and build together. Come and be a part of this tech community for Christ.

– —

What is FaithTech?

We are a global tech community for Christ. We exist to help people in the tech ecosystem find community and steward their skills to glorify God.

Visit our website for more!

What happens at a FaithTech Event?

Meet: Community begins when we connect, get to know each other and build meaningful relationships.

Learn: Each time we meet together, someone will speak to us on the intersection of faith and technology.

Build: We start and continue community labs projects as a part of our regular meet-up rhythm.

Have questions? Email us at new-york@faithtech.com

* Photographs and videos may be taken during this event, and the event will be broadcast on Zoom. Please contact us in advance if you would not like to be a part of videos and photos. Otherwise, by attending, you are agreeing to participate in our media.

Get tickets for this event on: EventBrite.

Join the Movement

Sign up to be notified of upcoming events, opportunities and developments within FaithTech.