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Annette Bergeon

Join Dr. Tim Gray’s guest Annette Bergeon to discuss motherhood on this week’s episode of the Augustine Institute Show. Motherhood is a big task. Through the joys and sorrows, discover what it means to be a mother with a Catholic lens.

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Annette Bergeon

Annette is a cradle Catholic who was born and raised in Ohio. She earned engineering degrees from Purdue University and the University of Michigan, and an MBA in Finance and Operations Management from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. She previously held management positions at Chrysler Motors and BASF Corporation. Blessed by the birth of twin sons and a daughter, Annette took a professional sabbatical and moved to Colorado with her husband, Chris to raise their young family.

Annette is a cradle Catholic who was born and raised in Ohio. She earned engineering degrees from Purdue University and the University of Michigan, and an MBA in Finance and Operations Management from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. She previously held management positions at Chrysler Motors and BASF Corporation. Blessed by the birth of twin sons and a daughter, Annette took a professional sabbatical and moved to Colorado with her husband, Chris to raise their young family.

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