Meet Our Local Speakers: Erin Rose and Alex Brito!

We introduced our keynote speaker, Justin Whitmel Earley, a few weeks ago. Now it's time for you to get to know our local speakers: Erin Rose and Alex Brito!

At our conference on March  16th Erin and Alex will offer specific, personal insight into the idea of habit creation and cultivation.

Let's meet 'em!


Erin Rose lives and works in vibrant Richmond, where she serves as Worship & Teaching Pastor at East End Fellowship. Erin is also a member of Urban Doxology, a ministry that is writing the soundtrack of reconciliation for the church. Her greatest joy lies in leading God’s people in authentic worship and teaching them the truth found in God’s Word. She also enjoys eating delicious food, spending time with loved ones, and indulging in the occasional Netflix binge.


Alex Brito is a Partner at CURE, a digital marketing agency in Richmond focused on branding and web design. Alex leads the digital team in crafting effective strategies and implementing digital tools for businesses to succeed. Before co-founding CURE, Alex co-founded Upchurch Chocolate where he lead the company through a local high growth startup accelerator and, eventually, a successful exit. Outside of work, Alex serves as a deacon at City Church and leads Capernaum, Young Life’s ministry to students with special needs, in Hanover County.


Tickets are still available for our conference on Saturday, March 16th, but space is limited—don't wait!

Here are the details:
Habits for the Common Good
Saturday, March 16th
Union Presbyterian Seminary (3401 Brook Road)
*Parking is available on the streets surrounding the seminary and in the lot across the street at Veritas School.

Registration is $20 and gets you admission to the conference AND $5 towards lunch at a local restaurant where we'll continue the morning's conversation.